V.E.T. - Ryan Martin (TAS Teacher)

V.E.T. - Ryan Martin (TAS Teacher)

V.E.T. In Australia EDU10633 Assignment 1 R. Martin, 2014 What is V.E.T.? What does it stand for? ocational Education V

& Training What is it? VET provides a vast array of subjects and programs, ranging from the traditional trades to business and commerce and the creative arts. Courses available to you to do in Automotive V.E.T.? Human Services

Business Information and Services Digital Construction Technology Electro Metal and technology Engineering Entertainment Primary Financial

Industries Retail services Services *Depending on resources available to school/tafe Hospitality Tourism, Travel skills and qualifications for all VET provides types

of employment, except for those jobs which require a university degree. The flexibility of the system enables students to study one or two subjects to gain

specific skills, without necessarily https://www.det.nsw.edu.au/vetinschools/ https://www.det.nsw.edu.au/vetinschools/ VET aims to provide people with the skills and knowledge they require

to: 1) re-enter the workforce after absences 2) train or re-train for a new job 3) upgrade their skills 4) enter the workforce for the first time 5) move into further study in VET or History of VET In Australia

History of Vocational Education & Training TAFE (technical and further education) was invented to ensure tradesman had a basic level of education. TAFE Institutes where only

located in big cities until Mobile Instructional Institutes were implemented. History of Vocational Education & Training (cont.) 1900s Traditional V.E.T Followed traditional standards developed in England

http://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/antique-machinery-history/propershop-attire-191944/ History of Vocational Education & Training (cont.) 1900-1970s Apprenticeship time frames reduced Apprenticeships included formal training

TAFE colleges developed were http://nla.gov.au/nla.pic-an12400746-20-v History of Vocational Education & Training (cont.) 1980s

Non trade (non apprenticeship) traineeships were developed Competency based assessment was developed Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) began offering courses as well as TAFE www.emergingedtech.com

Preferment on the grounds of sex was abolished History of Vocational Education & Training (cont.) 1990s New Apprenticeships began Dramatically increasing numbers of non-TAFE registered training organisations (RTOs)

ANTA unified VET nationally https://www.det.nsw.edu.au/vetinschools/ Introduction of VET in School VETiS as we know it today emerged in 2002 recognised HSC subject options https://www.det.nsw.edu.au/vetinschools/ Schools have an option to teach VETis Subjects at

school or alternatively if they do not have the resources they can send students to TAFE The VET Quality Framework Structure and function The VET quality framework Structure Comprises of the

Standards for National VET Regulator (NVR) Registered Training Organisations the Fit and Proper Person Requirements the Financial Viability Risk Assessment Requirements the Data Provision Requirements, and the Australian Qualifications Framework Function Consistency The Full National Vocational Education and Training Regulator Act 2011 can be found here http://www.comlaw.gov.au/Details/C2011A00012/Download

Ensures standards are met What does the VET quality framework mean for you? The quality of VET in Australia is assured under the Australian Quality Training Framework. The framework ensures: standards for the registration of training providers standards for those bodies that regulate and accredit training in the states and territories standards for the delivery and assessment of subjects taught standards for the administration systems.

Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) What is ASQA? The Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) is the national regulator for Australias vocational education

and training sector. ASQA regulates courses and training providers to ensure nationally approved quality standards are met (ASQA, 2014) The ASQA, is responsible for Why is it required? registering training

organisations and accrediting courses. Role of ASQA Ensuring RTOs are registered Registering organisations that teach international students Accrediting VET courses Ensuring organisations comply with standards ASQA collects, analyses and publishes information on the VET sector and VET providers ASQA Powers ASQA is the national regulator for Australias vocational education and training (VET) sector.

ASQA is the regulatory body for registered training organisations (RTOs) in: the Australian Capital Territory New South Wales the Northern Territory South Australia Queensland, and Tasmania. Current issues in the VET sector Issues affecting VET delivery in school Current Issues in Vocational Education & Training Issue 1) Conflicting Parties

VETiS has 2 governing bodies ASQA & DET This can affect the difficulty of being able to teach Current Issues in Vocational Education & Training Issue 2) Changing qualifications Constant changing of requirements to teach VET in school This means that teachers/trainers need to have time out of school to retrain

Current Issues in Vocational Education & Training Issue 3) Changing content Constant changing of VET course content therefore rendering textbooks out of date Teachers/trainers have to adapt resources constantly References: Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA). (2014). About ASQA. Retrieved 19/3/2014 from http://www.asqa.gov.au/about/about-asqa.html TAFE NSW. (n.d). Our History. Retrieved 19/3/2014 from

https://www.tafensw.edu.au/about/our_history.htm#.Uyj7ufV9KP8

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