Continuing education and training models and strategies: an initial appraisal
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Changing work requirements, an ageing workforce and lengthening working lives requires an education and training system that goes beyond entry-level training and supports lifelong learning. This report comes out of a three-year program of research that aims to investigate how best the tertiary education and training system might be organised to maintain the employability of Australian workers across their working lives. Through an investigation of two different industry sectors - community services and health, and transport and logistics - an evaluation of a number of potential training models and strategies that might constitute a national approach to education and training was conducted.
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