These case studies demonstrate how Victoria’s TAFE institutes and dual sector universities deploy their expertise to respond to students’ aspirations, industry skill needs, community expectations and government policy goals.
The five case studies describe relevant, localised responses to the aims of the Victorian Government’s TAFE Back to Work Fund (BTW).
BTW combines social and economic objectives. The Fund has invested in innovative approaches to vocational skills development so that work ready job seekers are well matched to job opportunities. With particular attention to equity outcomes for disadvantaged job seekers, BTW recognises that the personal benefits of vocational training are best realised by developing skills that make direct contributions to improved productivity in contemporary workplaces.
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