It’s looking like a “TAFE bidding war” between the current NSW Government and the NSW Labor opposition. The latest additions is a promise by the NSW Nationals to build six more TAFE campuses across regional NSW: in Byron Bay, Cobar, Hay, Jindabyne, Nambucca Heads and West Wyalong, in addition to those campuses previously...Read more
Both One Nation NSW and the Christian Democratic Party are likely to gain seats in the Upper House (Legislative Council) of the next NSW Parliament. This post summarises their relevant positions on vocational education and training. ONE NATION NSW POLICIES One Nation NSW has published 30 separate policies in...Read more
The NSW Liberals have made four recent additional election announcements relevant to NSW community education providers: a new TAFE campus for Western Sydney, 100,000 free TAFE training courses, a commitment to a 250,000 jobs target with vocational high schools and a TAFE-run women entrepreneurs training program. CCA Comment CCA welcomes additional VET infrastructure...Read more
The NSW Greens have developed a very detailed set of NSW election policies, which present clear priorities, with extensive detail in education. CCA has selected and edited sections of the policies relevant to education, vocational education and training (VET) and the not-for-profit community sector.Read more
CCA CommentIt is unfortunate that Greens NSW education...
The Shooters Fishers and Farmers Party has published a NSW education policy, which states that: Access to education is a human right, access to quality education is a collective responsibility between educational institutions, teachers, and Government. This is to ensure that students experience a quality education that is...Read more