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Productivity Commission: National Agreement for Skills and Workforce Development Review (2021)

The report sets out the Commission's Review of the National Agreement for Skills and Workforce Development (NASWD). Its key messages are that the NAWSD should be replaced with a new principles based agreement, and there is manifest capacity for governments to get a better return from their investment in vocational education and training (VET).

Jobs and Skills Australia Act 2022

This Act establishes Jobs and Skills Australia, sets out the functions of Jobs and Skills Australia and deals with other matters .

NCVER: Upskilling and reskilling: the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on employers and their training choices (2022)

Using data from the Survey of Employer Use and Views of the VET System and other complementary sources, this report examines how employers have fared due to the COVID-19 pandemic and what this has meant for their current and future training requirements.

The Clean Energy Generation (2023)

The Australian Government commissioned Jobs and Skills Australia to undertake a capacity study on the workforce needs for Australia's transition to a clean energy economy.

The Crux of the Matter 2011 LLN and VET

DET QLD publication designed to give models of best practice, suggestions and practical assistance regarding LLN in VET

CIGI: Regulating the International Digital Economy, with Trade and Innovation in Mind (2022)

This paper illustrates the importance of governance in relation to private-sector innovation and recommends next steps to enhance governance, close gaps and promote further innovation.

The Australian Core Skills Framework

Australian Government website link to information about the Australian Core Skills Framework

VelgCast: Techniques to increase consistency in assessment

An overview that explores techniques to increase consistency in assessment, such as networks, tools, guidelines and validation

Webinar Recording: Back to Basics (Webinar Bundle)

Recorded on the 8th, 15th and 22nd April 2024 this 3-part series unpacked what it means in practice, to implement a system that ensures that assessment is conducted in accordance with the principles of assessment and the rules of evidence.

The Clean Energy Generation (2023)

The Australian Government commissioned Jobs and Skills Australia to undertake a capacity study on the workforce needs for Australia’s transition to a clean energy economy. This study provides critical evidence and insights to support the workforce planning, policy development and program design needed to build a strong and vibrant clean energy sector. The study’s terms of reference and discussion paper are also available on the Jobs and Skills Australia website.

Ai Group: Skilling Australia to lock in our digital future (2022)

This report sets out the scale of the digital transformation opportunity (and challenge) before us, and recommends a series of policy actions.

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