Survey seeks views on TAFE system

If you’re a present, past or future TAFE student the House of Representatives Education and Employment Committee wants to hear from you. The committee has launched a survey as part of its investigation into the TAFE system and its operations.

The survey is aimed at getting an overview of what students believe are the most important areas of the TAFE system, how they believe their qualifications are recognised, and any shortfalls that they see the TAFE system has.

Committee Chair Ewen Jones said students’ opinions are a valuable part of the inquiry, especially as they are the future of the Australian workforce.

“It is important to capture how students feel about their TAFE system. Students are future employees, managers and business owners and an integral part of this inquiry is to support them to achieve their education and employment goals,” he said.

“Feedback from students via this survey will enable the committee to gain a different insight into the TAFE system that could be lacking through other evidence gathering methods.”

All present, past and future TAFE students are encouraged to partake in the survey which can be found on the committee’s website or go direct to the survey.

 

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