Assistant Minister for Vocational Education and Skills, the Hon Karen Andrews MP has issued a media release encouraging vocational education and training (VET) stakeholders to have their say on proposed reforms to ensure students receive high quality training that is responsive to the changing needs of industry.
Public consultation is open on two important aspects of the VET system – training products (qualifications, skill sets and units of competency), and unduly short courses – with stakeholders encouraged to consider and respond to discussion papers on these issues.
Training product reform:
- Training Product Reform: What is the case for change
- Training Product Reform: Issues for discussion
- Training Product Reform: Template for submissions
Unduly short courses:
Submission can be made until 9 March 2018. Further details can be found via the Department of Education and Training website portal at www.education.gov.au/VET-consultation.