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The Goldfields Local Learning and Employment Network Inc. (GLLEN) commissioned research and editing to update details of the 2014 Environmental Scan.
Included in this new document is the LLEN Network Youth Data, which was produced by the National Institute of Economic and Industry Research (National Economics).
A new report from the Mitchell Institute calls for rapid government action to boost capabilities across all stages of learning.
The report, ‘The capable country: Cultivating capabilities in Australian education’, examines the capabilities that are developed alongside content knowledge – “what it looks like to be a curious, creative, problem solving, team player.”
Disruptive technologies are influencing the demand for skills in many occupations. This report provides insights into the potential implications for vocational education and training (VET) of ‘disruptive technologies’ associated with Industry 4.0 from the perspective of industry (technology users) and innovators (technology producers).
NCVER has licensed access to Australian internet job postings data collected by Burning Glass Technologies. This data is sourced from job ads posted on various websites and provides information on the number and types of jobs available, as well as the required and desirable skills requested by employers.
Maryborough Education Centre has a long standing partnership with the Beacon Foundation. Each tear students participate in a number of initiatives including Polish, MyRoad and Industry visits (referenced in the Report).
From a schoolgirl who studied science to meet boys, Professor Frances Separovic became the first female chemistry professor in Victoria. Now she champions young women in science.
Australian Jobs, which presents an overview of the labour market, is available as the complete 48 page report in accessible PDF format. In addition, the Occupation Matrix is available as an Excel spreadsheet and PDF.
The annual State of Victoria’s Children reports provide insights into key issues for Victorian children, young people and their families. The 2016 report looks at how the outcomes for many Victorian children and young people can be different according to where they grow up in terms of their economic environment, early development and education, health and wellbeing and safety.
A new cohort of young people joined the LSAY program in 2015 as part of the OECD’s Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) and participated in their first LSAY interview in 2016. This new 2015 cohort (Y15) has become the sixth LSAY cohort.