ERIC Number: ED422524
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1998
Reference Count: N/A
The Market for Vocational Education and Training.
Robinson, Chris, Ed.; Kenyon, Richard, Ed.
These 43 conference papers on vocational education and training (VET) markets are grouped under three broad themes describing them. Sixteen papers deal with the VET product and providers: "The VET Market" (Kemp); "Market Frameworks in VET" (FitzGerald); "The New Zealand Market Approach" (Barker); "An Economic Primer to Government's Role in VET" (Chapman); "Radical Surgery or Palliative Care? The Future of TAFE (Technical and Further Education)" (Schofield); "From the Barrel of the Public System?" (Butterworth); "Private Dynamics" (Graham); "The Role and Impact of Flexible Delivery of VET" (Kearns); "ACE (Adult and Community Education) and Adding Value to the Training Market" (Moore); "VET in 1996" (Borthwick); "The VET Product and the Development of the Training Market" (Robinson); "Developing International Activities with VET" (Streat); "Selling Australian Expertise to Indonesia" (Holland); "Coercion and User Choice: Whose Market?" (Barratt-Pugh); "Mapping the Training Market: Whose Model Works?" (Murray); and "Mapping the Training Market for Individuals" (Barker). The 13 papers concerning the client perspective--industry and enterprise are as follows: "Competitiveness Is the Key" (Moran); "Employer Perspectives on the Market for VET" (Balzary); "The Industrial Relations Framework for Training and Productivity" (Wright); "A Market for All" (Peoples); "Economic Trends and Outlooks" (Burke); "Returns to Enterprises from Investment in VET" (Billett); "Freeing Industry's Training Dollar" (Guthrie); "Improving Responsiveness of Supply Systems" (Smart);"Developing the Policy" (Smith, Smith); "The Impact on Providers" (Maddock); "VET Training for IT (Information Technology)" (Gage, Jarvis); "Recognizing IT Skills" (Street); and "Changing Demands on Training" (Bowker). The 14 papers on the client perspective--students and trainees are as follows: "Students and Trainees in VET" (Kotz); "Refocussing Market Reform" (Anderson); "Marketing VET" (Shreeve); "The Australian Recognition Framework" (Ward); "Observations of School-Industry Programs" (Goodman); "Co-ordinating VET Programs" (Hill); "Workplace Learning for Students" (Misko); "Developing Opportunities for Young People" (Hayes); "The Value of Qualifications" (Grimshaw); "Longitudinal Research and Participation in Further Education" (Ainley, Long); "Returns from Training for Apprentices" (Collins); "National Student Profiles" (Pattison); "Training To Add Value" (Curl); and "Key Issues" (Kirby). (YLB)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Apprenticeships, Competition, Cost Effectiveness, Delivery Systems, Educational Demand, Educational Opportunities, Educational Supply, Foreign Countries, Free Enterprise System, Government Role, Institutional Advancement, Job Training, Marketing, Nontraditional Education, Outcomes of Education, Postsecondary Education, Private Schools, Public Relations, Public Schools, School Business Relationship, Secondary Education, Student Certification, Vocational Education
National Centre for Vocational Education Research, 252 Kensington Road, Leabrook, South Australia 5068, Australia; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General; Speeches/Meeting Papers
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Australian National Training Authority, Brisbane.
Authoring Institution: National Centre for Vocational Education Research, Leabrook (Australia).
Identifiers - Location: Australia