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Author/s:  Francesca Beddie, Mette Creaser, Jo Hargreaves, Adrian Ong
Publisher/s:  NCVER
Published:  2014
ISBN online:  978 1 925173 02 4

Readiness to meet demand for skills: a study of five growth industries

This study considers issues pertinent to ensuring the Australian education and training system can respond to emerging skills demand in the following industries: food and agriculture; biotechnology and pharmaceuticals; advanced manufacturing; mining equipment, technology and services; and oil and gas. The report finds a widening gap between education and skills demand and highlights the crucial role of employers in developing a skilled workforce, as well as calling for a shift in thinking about the way skills are generated.


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