The National Centre for Vocational Education and Research (NCVER) 31st National Vocational Education and Training (VET) Research Conference 'No Frills' will be hosted online this year. The conference will be held from Wednesday 6 to Friday 8 July 2022 with this year's conference theme being VET's role in transforming the future.
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The National Centre for Vocational Education and Research (NCVER) have recently released a report supporting how the Vocational Education and Training (*VET) Systems is best placed to support employers address skills shortages induced by lower migration and changing economic conditions and technological changes. The research examines factors that influence an employers decision to engage with the National VET system.
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In related news, NCVER also hosted a webinar on the 8 December 2021 regarding the research findings of their report: ‘Attracting Industry Experts to Become VET Practitioners: A journey, not a destination’. The recording is now available and can be accessed here: 2021 NCVER Webinars.
The National Centre for Vocational Education and Research (NCVER) are hosting a webinar Attracting Industry Experts to Become VET Practitioners: A Journey, not a Destination on the 8 December 2021 at 11:30am AWST. The webinar will discuss findings of their upcoming report which involves the transition from industry to VET and the updating of skills to maintain the dual professionalism and flexibility required to train, assesses and respond to industry’s needs.
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In related news, NCVER have also released the VET for Secondary School Students: Insights and Outcomes Report. This report investigates the models used to deliver VET to secondary students, and reports on findings from surveys of students and parents about their motivations and aspirations.
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