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Link to ‘TAFE: an Australian asset’ Australian government report

This report examines the importance of TAFE (Technical And Further Education) for the Australian economy.

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TAFEs have played a critical role in the training and development of Australians for more than one hundred years. For many Australians, TAFEs provide a critical pathway to training and skills which are increasingly needed to access employment. They also play a critical role in regions and in providing access for disadvantaged groups. The Committee will inquire into and report on the role played by TAFEs in:

  • the development of skills in the Australian economy;
  • the provision of pathways for Australians to access employment;
  • the provision of pathways for Australians to access University education; and
  • the operation of a competitive training market
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