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Apprenticeships system broken

Anna Patty reports in the Brisbane Times (23.11.16):

‘A new report to be released on Wednesday has found Australia’s apprenticeship scheme is broken and in urgent need of revival to meet growing demand for skills while NSW delivers massive infrastructure projects.

‘The new report: Laying the Foundations for Apprenticeship Reform by an architect of tertiary education reform, Professor Peter Noonan from Victoria University’s Mitchell Institute, calls for a national industry-led careers advice service and a taskforce to deliver reform across the country.’

See link to the report below.

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