The National VET Equity Advisory Council
The National VET Equity Advisory Council (NVEAC) was established in 2009 to improve training and employment outcomes for those at risk of disadvantage in the national training system, by providing leadership for cultural and systemic change in vocational education and training (VET).
Ministers today announced a revised council of prominent business and community leaders which will advise Ministers on how people at risk of disadvantage can achieve better outcomes through education and training. Further information on the revised Council will be provided shortly.
Ministers also acknowledged the important contribution of the outgoing Council and its Chair, Mr Tiga Bayles, which has culminated in the National Report on Social Equity in VET 2013.
National Report on Social Equity in VET
At the 7 June SCOTESE meeting Ministers endorsed publication of the National Report on Social Equity in VET 2013.
The report provides comprehensive information and analysis on the participation, achievement and transitions from the Australian VET system for learner groups that have been identified as at risk of disadvantage.
An electronic copy of the National Report on Social Equity in VET 2013 is available for download.
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