Cedefop/OECD publication on apprenticeships

“The next steps for apprenticeship” was produced by the European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (Cedefop), Department for learning and employability, under the supervision of Antonio Ranieri, and the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Centre for Skills, under the supervision of Anthony Mann.

“The essays in this collection explore the megatrends that will continue to shape the labour market and societies that we live and work in. Drawing on insights from world-leading scholars based in many different countries, we are convinced that their insights will contribute to informing political decisions which shape the futures of the current generation of learners.”

Download the full publication below.

The next steps for apprenticeship Erica Smith Cedefop and OECD 2021

Looking Ahead Reports

‘Looking Ahead: The future for group training – an economic and industry analysis’ was a landmark report prepared by the National Institute of Economic and Industry Research.

See the media release.

Download the full looking ahead report, including executive summary.

Download a copy of the Looking Ahead Report User Guide which has been developed
to assist in understanding and interpreting the information contained in the report.

Group Training – a foundation of Australia’s skills architecture

This paper – Group Training – a foundation of Australia’s skills architecture, provides a clear and concise overview of the work and the contribution of the group training sector.

It outlines why it is important for governments, at all levels, to continue to invest in and support group training.

See Group Training – a foundation of Australia’s skills architecture

Work Exposure and Work Placement Programs in Schools involving Group Training Organisations

This report identifies good practice in the provision of work placements for school students. It is based on the work of group training organisations with school students in Years 9-10 and 11-12. It demonstrates the value of VET in Schools (VETiS) programs in giving students a real life experience of the workplace. The report is in three parts: