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NCVER Research Messages 2022 Unveils Key Findings in Vocational Education and Training (VET)

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The National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER) has recently released its 2022 research messages, covering various topics related to vocational education and training (VET). The NCVER research messages 2022 highlights the latest findings in VET, including employer engagement, apprenticeships, and the impact of COVID-19 on the VET sector.

This report is a valuable resource for registered training organisations (RTOs), providing insights into emerging trends and strategies for delivering high-quality VET in Australia. This article will discuss the key findings from the NCVER research messages 2022.

COVID-19’s Effect on VET Industry Workforce and Youth Transitions

The research examines the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the VET-skilled industry workforce and youth transitions. The key findings include:

  • Changes in VET delivery practices in response to the pandemic.
  • Investigation of workforce development, training delivery, online training, and youth transitions.

Best Practices for VET Delivery in the NCVER Research Messages 2022

The research examines VET student engagement and outcomes, aiming to understand how students engage with and benefit from VET. The key findings include:

  • Insights into online delivery, training delivery, quality, registered training providers, and competency-based training

Understanding VET Student Engagement and Outcomes

The research examines VET student engagement and outcomes, aiming to understand how students are engaging with and benefiting from VET. The key findings include:

  • Investigation of VET as a second-chance education sector, engagement of secondary school students and students with disadvantage, and the intersection between VET and higher education pathways.

COVID-19’s Impact on Employers and the VET Sector

The research examines how Australian employers were impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, resulting in new training requirements for over 40% of employers. Key findings include:

  • Employer utilisation of VET
  • Implications of the pandemic on the upskilling and reskilling of the workforce

The Shift to Online Delivery of VET during COVID-19

The report presents insights into the experiences of RTOs that transitioned to online delivery in response to the pandemic, indicating the use of blended delivery modes in VET is likely to increase. Key findings include:

  • The challenges and opportunities of online delivery for RTOs
  • The use of blended delivery modes in VET is likely to increase

Emerging Trends in VET Delivery Modes

The interactive publication presents the delivery mode of subject-level enrolments in VET for 2019, 2020, and 2021, revealing that VET delivered through blended delivery experienced sustained growth. Key findings include:

  • VET delivered through blended delivery experienced sustained growth
  • The impact of COVID-19 on VET delivery modes

Strategies for Delivering High-Quality VET Online

This research explores 12 strategies for educators, organisations, and institutions to consider when designing and implementing online or partially online VET training. Key findings include:

  • Strategies for delivering high-quality VET online
  • Approaches to enhance the student experience in online VET training

Quality Delivery in VET: Perspectives from RTOs

This report delves into the definition and measurement of the quality of VET delivery, through consultations with RTOs. It also identifies the challenges to achieving high-quality delivery and suggests potential solutions to encourage and maintain it in the future. Among the key findings are:

  • Identification of the barriers to high-quality delivery
  • Potential solutions that could foster and maintain high-quality delivery of VET in the future

Enhancing Competency-Based Training in VET

The research examines the strengths and weaknesses of the competency-based training (CBT) approach to VET in Australia and suggests ways to add value, improve, or reform the current approach. Key findings include:

  • Strengths and weaknesses of the CBT approach to VET in Australia
  • Suggestions to add value, improve, or reform the current approach.

The NCVER research messages 2022 provide valuable insights into emerging trends and strategies for delivering high-quality VET in Australia. These findings have significant implications for the VET sector, particularly in light of the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Whether you are an RTO, an educator, an employer, or a student, this report offers essential information that can help you stay informed and make informed decisions about the future of VET in Australia. So, visit the NCVER website and download the full report to comprehensively understand the latest findings and trends in the VET sector.

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