A few dodgy private training colleges shouldn’t taint the rest

Stories in the media about the cowboy enrolment and training practices of some private Vocational Education and Training (VET) providers have spurred calls for further reform to existing VET funding arrangements, write Cain Polidano and Duncan McVicar.

The article is based on the findings of a Melbourne Institute working paper, If you get what you want, do you get what you need? Course choice and achievement effects of a vocational education and training voucher scheme.


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