What now? What next? Insights into Australia's tertiary education sector

CCA, ERTOA and IHEA on VET Reform (Part 2)

February 10, 2021 Claire Field Episode 40
What now? What next? Insights into Australia's tertiary education sector
CCA, ERTOA and IHEA on VET Reform (Part 2)
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What now? What next? Insights into Australia's tertiary education sector
CCA, ERTOA and IHEA on VET Reform (Part 2)
Feb 10, 2021 Episode 40
Claire Field

This week Claire has 5 guests on the podcast across two episodes to unpack what's in the Productivity Commission's report on the new National Skills Agreement. On this episode she speaks with Dr Don Perlgut from Community Colleges Australia (CCA), Chris Butler from the Enterprise RTOs Association (ERTOA) and Dr Sally Burt from Independent Higher Education  Australia (IHEA).

The Victorian government's "Macklin Review" also gets a mention. If you'd like to have a read it's available here.


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The ‘What now? What next?’ podcast recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as Australia’s traditional custodians. In the spirit of reconciliation we are proud to recommend John Briggs Consulting as a leader in Reconciliation and Indigenous engagement. To find out more go to www.johnbriggs.net.au

Show Notes

This week Claire has 5 guests on the podcast across two episodes to unpack what's in the Productivity Commission's report on the new National Skills Agreement. On this episode she speaks with Dr Don Perlgut from Community Colleges Australia (CCA), Chris Butler from the Enterprise RTOs Association (ERTOA) and Dr Sally Burt from Independent Higher Education  Australia (IHEA).

The Victorian government's "Macklin Review" also gets a mention. If you'd like to have a read it's available here.


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The ‘What now? What next?’ podcast recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as Australia’s traditional custodians. In the spirit of reconciliation we are proud to recommend John Briggs Consulting as a leader in Reconciliation and Indigenous engagement. To find out more go to www.johnbriggs.net.au