Footnotes

Footnotes

Inquiry into the operation, regulation and funding of private vocational education and training (VET) providers in Australia

[1]        Journals of the Senate No. 67, 24 November 2014, p. 1828.

[2]        Journals of the Senate No. 67, 24 November 2014, p. 1828.

[3]        Council of Australian Governments, Reform Agenda: Skills and Training, https://www.coag.
gov.au/skills_and_training
(accessed 18 February 2015).

[4]        Council of Australian Governments, COAG Meeting, 13 April 2012, http://www.coag.gov.au/
node/313
(accessed 18 February 2015). A national training entitlement is a government-subsidised training place to at least the first Certificate III qualification.

[5]        Australian Government, Department of Education, VET Administrative Information for Providers, November 2014, p. 35. VET FEE-HELP is an Australian Government loan program to help eligible students enrolled in higher-level VET courses pay their tuition fees.

[6]        Y. Serena, & Oliver, D, The Capture of Public Wealth by the For-Profit Sector, The University of Sydney Business School, http://www.aeufederal.org.au/Tafe/WRCAEU2015.pdf, p. 10 (accessed 18 February 2015).

[7]        Minster for Industry (2014) Response to Question on Notice No. 769, 17 July 2014 quoted in Y. Serena, & Oliver, D, The Capture of Public Wealth by the For-Profit Sector, The University of Sydney Business School, http://www.aeufederal.org.au/Tafe/WRCAEU2015.pdf, p. 16 (accessed 18 February 2015).

[8]        Australian Council for Private Education and Training (ACPET), Submission 28, p. 17.

[9]        Andrew Norton, Submission 11, p. 2.

[10]      Australian Government, Australian Skills Quality Authority, VET Quality Framework, http://www.asqa.gov.au/about/australias-vet-sector/vet-quality-framework.html (accessed
19 February 2015).

[11]      iVET Information shared, AQTF Standards, http://www.ivet.com.au/a/184.html (accessed
19 February 2015).

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