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Rod Camm

Managing Director

National Centre for Vocational Education Research Ltd

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National Centre for Vocational Education Research Ltd

Level 11, 33 King William Street

Adelaide, South Australia,5000

Australia

Company Description

The National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER) is a not-for-profit company owned by the Commonwealth and state and territory ministers responsible for vocational education and training. It is a professional and independent body responsible for... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Chief Executive Officer

Australian Council for Private Education and Training


Human Capital Taskforce, Business 20 Forum

Human Capital Taskforce, Business 20 Forum


Associate Director-General

Qld Dept Emp & Training


Affiliations

Construction Skills Queensland

Chief Executive Officer


TVET Australia Limited

Board Member


The Queensland Overseas Foundation Inc

Board Member


Australian Institute of Company Directors

Fellow


Premier's

Member of the Employment Taskforce


The Construction Training Centre

Board Member


Career Advice Australia State Advisory Committee

Member


Clearwater Paper Corporation

Board Member


Bonovo Orthopedics Inc

Board Member


The National Audit and Registration Agency

Board Member


Aviation Australia

Director


Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Australia Limited

Director


CISC Pty Ltd.

Director


Education

Executive Masters of Public Administration

Australian and New Zealand School of Government


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Board of Directors

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Parental influences drive young people's education as - SASPA

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Mr Rod Camm, NCVER's Managing Director, said academic performance, immigration background and whether their parents expect them to go to university are the critical factors to completing Year 12.
"Students whose parents want them to attend university are four times more likely to complete Year 12 and 11 times more likely to go on to higher education compared with those whose parents expect them to choose a non-university pathway. "But where there is a discrepancy is that the job aspirations of a 15-year-olds are often somewhat unrealistic. By age 25 - the cut-off for data analysis - a significant proportion of young people fall short of what they set out to achieve occupationally. However, this does not mean they cannot still achieve their desired occupation at a later date," said Mr Camm. Mr Camm said the study highlights how critical parental influences are in driving young people's educational and occupational aspirations. "The findings complement prior research which identified parents as the primary information resource for discussing career and post-school transition options," said Mr Camm. Mr Camm added the higher education plans of peers also have a strong influence. "Students whose friends plan to attend university are nearly four times more likely to plan to attend universities themselves," he said.


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NCVER - The NCVER board

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Director


Students' aspirations significantly impact their educational outcomes - NCVER - NCSEHE

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Individuals who plan to complete Year 12 are 20-25% more likely to do so, while individuals who commit to attending university are 15-20% more likely to see this through," said Rod Camm, NCVER's Managing Director.
Mr Camm said interactions between educational aspirations and student background characteristics do not seem particularly important. "Individuals who consider their performance to be average or below average are less likely to achieve their aspirations compared with individuals who considered their performance to be above average," said Mr Camm. Mr Camm said another finding is that interventions to lift the aspirations of young people should have a similar impact for all young people, including those most at risk of poor educational outcomes. "The results of the study suggest that if it is possible through community programs, such as career planning, to change the aspirations of individuals, this should translate in a common way across all individuals into increased educational outcomes," said Mr Camm.


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