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Evidence of high-skilled VET practitioners and high-performing VET organisations : findings from an evaluation of the long-term impacts of Framing the Future projects conducted in 1999-2000

Mitchell, John and Wood, Sarah 2001, Evidence of high-skilled VET practitioners and high-performing VET organisations : findings from an evaluation of the long-term impacts of Framing the Future projects conducted in 1999-2000, Reframing the Future / ANTA, Elizabeth, S. Aust..

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Title Evidence of high-skilled VET practitioners and high-performing VET organisations : findings from an evaluation of the long-term impacts of Framing the Future projects conducted in 1999-2000
Author(s) Mitchell, John
Wood, Sarah
Publication date 2001
Total pages 88 p.
Publisher Reframing the Future / ANTA
Place of Publication Elizabeth, S. Aust.
Keyword(s) Vocational education -- Australia
Occupational training -- Australia
Summary Framing the Future is a major staff development initiative of the Australian National Training Authority (ANTA), designed to support the implementation of the National Training Framework (NTF). Since 1997 over 20,000 vocational education and training (VET) practitioners have participated in the program. The program was renamed Reframing the Future in 2001.

This study reports on research conducted on the long-term impacts of projects funded by Framing the Future in 1999 and 2000. John Mitchell and Sarah Wood from John Mitchell & Associates conducted the research from May 2000–May 2001.

Using twenty four case studies and the results of interviews and an extensive survey, the report provides evidence of high-skilled VET practitioners and high-performing VET organisations who ensure that their involvement in Framing the Future projects leads to long-term gains, particularly in support of the implementation of the NTF.
Notes "July 2001"
Executive Summary 5
Section 1 – Background, Methodologies and Context 11
1. Background and Methodologies 13
2. Context 15
Section 2 – Characteristics of High-skilled VET Practitioners 17
3. High-skilled VET Practitioners Manage Strategically 19
4. High-skilled VET Practitioners Manage Change 25
5. High-skilled VET Practitioners Design and Implement Effective Staff Development 31
6. High-skilled VET Practitioners Creatively Interpret and Implement
Training Packages 37
7. High-skilled VET Practitioners Develop Networks 43
Section 3 – Characteristics of High-performing VET Organisations 51
8. High-performing VET Organisations Use a Strategic Approach
to Human Resource Development 53
9. High-performing VET Organisations Respond Innovatively to Challenges 59
10. High-performing VET Organisations’ Develop Collaborative Arrangements with Industry 65
Section 4 – Discussion and Recommendations 71
Appendices 73
ISBN 1865063649
9781865063645
Language eng
Field of Research 130108 Technical, Further and Workplace Education
HERDC Research category A5 Minor research monograph
Copyright notice ©2001, Australian National Training Authority
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30010087

Document type: Book
Collection: School of Social and Cultural Studies in Education
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