Examining the transferability potential of skills developed within the Australian vocational education and training system - support document 2

Snell, D and Gekara, V 2016, Examining the transferability potential of skills developed within the Australian vocational education and training system - support document 2, Commonwealth of Australia, Adelaide, Australia


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Collection: Commissioned Reports

Title of report Examining the transferability potential of skills developed within the Australian vocational education and training system - support document 2
Author(s) Snell, D
Gekara, V
Year of publication 2016
Publisher Commonwealth of Australia
Place of publication Adelaide, Australia
Subjects Vocational Education and Training Curriculum and Pedagogy
Innovation and Technology Management
Sociology not elsewhere classified
Abstract/Summary It is generally acknowledged that an individual's level of skills affects the probability of employment or unemployment during changing economic circumstances and that transferable skills are particularly important (National Quality Council 2010; Skills for Jobs 2013; Sweet 2009). This report is stage two of a three part study aimed at better understanding cross-occupational skills transfer. The research team considers the training architecture of the Australian VET system with a view to examine the extent to which it may facilitate or impede cross-occupational skills transfer. This examination is based on the skills demand profile developed in the first stage of this research project.
Commissioning body National Center for Vocational Education Research (NCVER)
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