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    ADCET Webinar: The Inclusion of People with Disability in VET Project

    Sharni Burstin from Skills for Australia discusses, The Inclusion of People with Disability in VET Project and covers the following: 1. Project inception and background; 2. Industry consultation process and findings; 3. Developed and endorsed training products; 4. Introduction of training products; and, 5. Broader implications and initiatives needed. (June 2019)

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    Broaden Your Horizons. Transition resource

    Broaden Your Horizons is a centralised website that houses resources relating to young people with disabilities. This resource is dedicated to provide quality career and transition information and support services to young people with disabilities. The aim of this site is to create an easy, time-efficient way to source targeted transition information for young people. Information on transitioning into university, TAFE, RTOs and employment.

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    Choosing a training provider (WA)

    Information about training and further education courses, particularly TAFE; how to get any other qualifications and skills recognised and how to go about looking for work or making a career change.

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    Equity groups in total VET students and courses 2014

    This resource provides a snapshot, by equity group, of accredited vocational education and training (VET) delivered in 2014 by Australian training providers in domestic and overseas locations.

    Equity groups in this resource include Indigenous students, students with a disability, students from a non-English speaking background, and students from rural/remote locations. 

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    Getting to grips with learning styles

    This booklet gives teachers and trainers in vocational education and training some easily digestible information about learning styles. It provides practical tips on how to identify students' learning styles, and how to respond to individuals and groups based on their preferred methods of learning.

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    Group Training National Register

    The Group Training National Register website lists all Group Training Organisations which have complied with national standards set by vocational education and training Ministers.

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    Helping students with mental illness: Lessons from TAFE classrooms

    This brief publication accompanies the report 'Who's supporting us? TAFE staff perspectives on supporting students with a mental illness'. Aimed at TAFE staff, it provides a summary of the key findings of the report, including lessons from participants about strategies to help students with mental illness, and useful resources. (Cydde Miller, Nhi Nguyen)

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    ITECA - The Independent Tertiary Education Council Australia

    The Australian Council for Private Education and Training (ACPET) transitioned to The Independent Tertiary Education Council Australia (ITECA) in May 2019.

    ITECA is the peak body representing independent providers in the higher education, vocational education, training and skills sector.

  • Article

    Inclusion of people with disability in VET cross sector project: environmental scan

    People with disability experience significant barriers to economic and social contribution in Australia. Government initiatives and reforms have been driving the case for change, and some supports and programs currently exist to facilitate inclusion. However, more needs to be done to change the attitudes and systems that limit the inclusion of people with disability. Furthermore, there is evidence to suggest that vocational education and training (VET) plays an important role in furthering the employment opportunities of people with disability, particularly in helping people with disability to get a job, or to get a different job.

    This Environmental Scan seeks to outline: the current state of education and employment for people with disability, challenges and barriers that people with disability face in vocational education and training, employment and customer service contexts, emerging trends driving the need for greater inclusion of people with disability, and the existence of skill gaps and opportunities to improve Australia's VET system. The insights from this Environmental Scan will inform the recommendations for potential training package development, to be validated through targeted stakeholder consultations in January-March 2018.

    (Corporate author: PwC's Skills for Australia (Skills Service Organisation))

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    Inclusive practice resources for training (VET)

    Resources to assist RTOs to embed inclusive practice in training have been developed by the Department of Education, Training and Employment (QLD). The inclusive practice resources include overviews to build awareness of Inclusive learning: A way forward in registered training organisations; and training modules to develop understanding and encourage implementation of the principles and actions outlined in Inclusive learning: A way forward.

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