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TVET Australia has been delighted to welcome and to work closely with the Interim National VET Regulator led by Kay Schofield and John Smyth as it prepares the ground for the fully-fledged national VET regulatory regime which is on track to commence in April following passage of landmark state and Commonwealth legislation.
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Letter to VET stakeholders from the TVET Chairman, outlining the decision by MCTEE to wind up the ministerial company model for TVET Australia and to transition to alternative arrangements.
TVET Australia is committed to:
- facilitating reform for vocational education and the creation of an integrated tertiary education sector by 2013.
- fostering quality, equity and innovation.
- engaging participants – industry, providers, governments, regulators, research bodies, and students in all their diversity.
A company owned by all Australian governments, TVET:
- assists the implementation of the Ministerial Council for Tertiary Education and Employment’s (MCTEE) reform agenda.
- connects vocational education participants through the Councils it serves.
- provides a neutral forum for discussion and balanced advice to ensure informed decisions are made for continuous improvement of vocational education.
Specifically, TVET supports the National Quality Council (standards), the National VET Equity Advisory Council (equity), and the Flexible Learning Advisory Group (innovation).
TVET’s other core business includes the management of the National Audit and Registration Agency (NARA), Training Products Australia (TPA), AEShareNet, and the Learning Objects Repository Network (LORN).
Learn more about these activities as well current and future reforms shaping VET by using the links above.
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