Skilling Australia: future directions for VET

Skilling Australia: future directions for VET

VIC
Jul 25
Join Minister Karen Andrews for a closer look at the new $1.5 billion Skilling Australia Fund and other changes and opportunities in Australia's vocational education and training system

Speakers

The Hon. Karen Andrews MP, Federal Assistant Minister, Vocational Education and Skills
Norman Gray AM, Chief Executive Officer, Box Hill Institute Group
Robert Wood, Chief Executive Officer, Melbourne Polytechnic
Sara Caplan, Chief Executive Officer, Skills for Australia, PwC

Event overview

The 2017-18 Federal Budget included new commitments to vocational education and training, including a new $1.5 billion Skilling Australia Fund which aims to deliver an extra 300,000 apprentices in the next four years.

Join Minister Karen Andrews for insights into the priorities, direction and opportunities for VET providers, Australian industry and our future workforce.

The Minister will be joined by VET sector leaders to discuss the impact and capabilities in the sector to grow the number of apprentices in training and meet future workforce needs.

Meet the keynote speaker

The Hon. Karen Andrews MP
Federal Assistant Minister, Vocational Education and Skills

Meet the panel

Norman Gray AM
Chief Executive Officer, Box Hill Institute Group

Robert Wood
Chief Executive Officer, Melbourne Polytechnic

Sara Caplan
Chief Executive Officer, Skills for Australia, PwC

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