Integrating VET into other policy domains: some thoughts about monitoring and evaluation

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Eddington, Ian and Eddington, Noela. 2010. "Integrating VET into other policy domains: some thoughts about monitoring and evaluation." Grollman, Philipp and Hoppe, Melanie (ed.) BIBB 2009: Methods and Instruments for the Evaluation and Monitoring of VET Systems. Konigswinter, Germany 10 - 11 Dec 2009 Bonn, Germany.
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Integrating VET into other policy domains: some thoughts about monitoring and evaluation

Presentation TypePaper
AuthorsEddington, Ian (Author) and Eddington, Noela (Author)
EditorsGrollman, Philipp and Hoppe, Melanie
Journal or Proceedings TitleProceedings of the Expert Workshop on Methods and Instruments for the Evaluation and Monitoring of VET Systems (BIBB 2009)
Number of Pages9
Year2010
Place of PublicationBonn, Germany
ISBN9783885558880
Web Address (URL) of Paperhttp://www.cedefop.europa.eu/EN/events/5861.aspx
Conference/EventBIBB 2009: Methods and Instruments for the Evaluation and Monitoring of VET Systems
Event Details
BIBB 2009: Methods and Instruments for the Evaluation and Monitoring of VET Systems
Event Date
10 to end of 11 Dec 2009
Event Location
Konigswinter, Germany
Abstract

For two decades there have been calls for the Australian VET system to be more efficient, responsive, industry-driven, and simplified. The responses from governments of all political persuasions have generally been incremental and within the traditional VET rubric of supplying skills to the labour market.
In 2002, the State of Queensland began experimenting with different models of interaction with the VET system and its stakeholders. Since then a range of alternative industry engagement mechanisms has been trialled within an integrated approach to skills formation spanning a number of policy areas. In general, and in speculation about possible future VET systems, each of these mechanisms was initially predicated on tracking of emerging economic, social and environmental challenges faced by western democracies. From these initial experiments, Queensland is now developing an alternative holistic VET system model for 2020 which hopefully will be more able to cope with the changing nature of occupations, work, and the requirements of a carbon-constrained economy. Two early drafts of some tools and techniques being considered for managing and monitoring the system are discussed: (i) Monitoring and Performance Framework, (ii) Capability Scales

KeywordsVET policy; public policy; vocational education and training; sustainable development; green skills
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020390201. Education policy
390114. Vocational education and training curriculum and pedagogy
390402. Education assessment and evaluation
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Byline AffiliationsSchool of Accounting, Economics and Finance
Department of Training and Industrial Relations, Queensland
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