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Author/s:  Hugh Guthrie
Publisher/s:  NCVER
Published:  2010 in Australia
ISBN:  978 1 921809 39 2
ISBN online:  978 1 921809 38

A short history of initial VET teacher training

This paper examines initial VET teacher training from the late 1979s to the present, based on the literature and the author's personal experiences. While much has changed, many of the issues and approaches that are apparent in the early literature remain the same today. There is cause for optimism and the author proposes a number of approaches to improve the quality and relevance of initial teacher training. Such training is only a first step, however, and access to further formal training and professional development is vital to maintain and build teachers' skills.


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