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Title: Where to from here? Why Australia needs a broader tertiary framework
Holmesglen Authors: Mackenzie, Bruce
Other Authors: King, Karen
Keywords: Tertiary education
Qualifications & prospective
Vocational education and training
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Mackenzie Research Institute
Publisher Link: https://holmesglen.edu.au/Holmesglen/media/PDFs/Where_to_from_here_-_Why_Australia_needs_a_broader_tertiary_framework-1.pdf
Abstract: Australia has made a tentative step towards creating a fit for purpose 21st century tertiary sector. The Australian government’s reforms in relation to university colleges can be a key mechanism to strengthen and enhance the reputation of VET and produce positive outcomes and pathways for students. Students who know how to do things and importantly understand the why underpinning the how. They can become powerful new and different 21st century tertiary institutions.
URI: http://holmesglen.intersearch.com.au/holmesglencrisjspui//handle/20.500.11800/192
Type: Report
Affiliates: Mackenzie Research Institute, Advisory Board
Holmesglen Institute
Holmesglen Department: Mackenzie Research Institute
Holmesglen Faculty: Other
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