Articulation: a clearer picture or a new view?

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Paez, D., Jackson, A., Byrnes, J., Dwyer, C. and Blacker, J.. 2011. Articulation: a clearer picture or a new view? Canberra, Australia. Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations.
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Articulation: a clearer picture or a new view?

Report TypeOther
Research Report CategoryPublic sector
AuthorsPaez, D. (Author), Jackson, A. (Author), Byrnes, J. (Author), Dwyer, C. (Author) and Blacker, J. (Author)
Institution of OriginUniversity of Southern Queensland
Number of Pages32
SeriesDiversity and Structural Adjustment Project
Year2011
PublisherDepartment of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations
Place of PublicationCanberra, Australia
Web Address (URL)http://www.3Darticulation.com.au
Abstract

The Integrated Articulation and Credit Transfer (IACT) project was instigated in response to Australian Government efforts to address Australia's workforce and skills shortage issues by strengthening the connection between industry, the higher education (HE) sector and the vocational education and training (VET) sector.

Concern about the lack of connection, or 'articulation', between the VET and HE sectors has been expressed for some thirty years and arises from issues about access and equity, efficiency, views about the roles of the different sectors, and providing pathways between them.

The aim of the IACT project was to find ways to remove barriers to articulation between the VET and HE education sectors, and to assist VET, HE and industry stakeholders to improve the efficiency and effectiveness (or 'seamlessness') of articulation pathways for all stakeholders.

This report provides an overview of the project, its research findings and the resources which have been developed as a result.

Keywordsarticulation; higher education; TAFE; VET; vocational training pathways; credit transfer; Bradley Report; Australian government; connection; industry sectors; seamless
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020390308. Technical, further and workplace education
390403. Educational administration, management and leadership
380104. Economics of education
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© 2011 Department of Education, Employment and Workplace
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Byline AffiliationsPro Vice-Chancellor's Office (Partnerships)
Department of Education, Training and the Arts, Queensland
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