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Chief Executive Officer

Australian Council for Private Education and Training

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Australian Council for Private Education and Training

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Australian Council for Private Education and Training's (ACPET) Asia Pacific International Education Forum (APIEF) and National Conference in Melbourne at the Pullman Albert Park....more

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The Construction Training Centre

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The Queensland Overseas Foundation Inc

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VET Student Loans Ombudsman

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Career Advice Australia State Advisory Committee

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Education

Bachelor of Business ( Human Resource Management )


Executive Masters of Public Administration

Australian and New Zealand School of Government


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Palaszczuk Government announces funding commitment to VET sector - SAS Group

ACPET CEO Rod Camm said that he was grateful for the Palaszczuk Government's support of both the 2017 ACPET National Conference and their committment to advancing Queensland into becoming world-class leaders in VET.


Board of Directors | Australian Council for Private Education and Training

ACPET CEO, Rod Camm leads this week's discussion with members
ACPET CEO Rod Camm's member update... Read more View all articles in latest edition »


ACPET supports calls for a coherent funding regime | RTO Software

ACPET CEO Rod Camm a contributing author who spoke at the report launch said the report supported ACPET's position that a future VET sector should support quality and student choice.
"The report recognised the important contribution of the VET sector and highlighted that now, more than ever, we need a flexible VET sector that can innovate and respond flexibly to the changes confronting Australia's workforce," he said. "We welcome CEDA's calls for a national review of the sector and support recommendations around improving the quality and transparency of data and increasing the power of regulators to act if standards are not met. "ACPET strongly supports every effort to ensure that only high quality providers deliver training in Australia." Mr Camm said the ability for the VET sector to operate most effectively is hindered by overly complex funding and governance arrangements. "There is a real need for a coherent and integrated governance and funding structure for the Australian tertiary education and training sector," he said. Providers currently navigate eight different approaches to VET due to shared responsibilities between states and territories and the federal government. The increasing prevalence of preferred 'skills lists' and the narrow occupational focus of training packages further restrict the ability for the training sector to adapt to change, Mr Camm said."While occupational competencies remain important, we must prepare people for portability in the labour market, not just for the occupation they choose first," he said. Mr Camm said the new National Partnership on Skills Reform provided an opportunity to reform the sector and enable it to do what it does best-provide the flexibility and high quality training outcomes that meet the needs of students and employers and contributes to Australia's growth. He also called on the Federal Government to provide funding certainty for providers as a priority. "Current funding under National Partnership arrangements runs out in nine months. VET providers need certainty on new arrangements to plan and minimise disruption on students and employers," he said.


ACPET welcomes efforts to improve quality | RTO Software

ACPET CEO Rod Camm said the industry was pleased that Victorian students will continue to have access to government-funded training delivered by a choice of quality provider, public and private.
"ACPET members support any efforts that will restore confidence in the training industry and improve outcomes for students and industry," he said. However, Mr Camm urged the Government to maintain the balance between "more management" of the training system announced today and flexibility to allow the training system to respond to emerging needs. Mr Camm said ACPET was looking for stability in the course and price list and government needed to ensure that the subsidies paid for qualifications enabled the delivery of quality training. As we heard at our conference this week, the nature of work is rapidly changing and our training system must be agile and responsive to evolving industry and student needs," he said. "This was the risk with a government imposed list of supported qualifications. We believe that a student-centric system, one that empowers students to make informed choices about their education and training, is the best way to ensure this flexibility." Mr Camm said ACPET and the Victorian Government were aligned in their commitment to quality in training providers and outcomes for students. "We have just launched the ACPET Quality Endorsed program which independently verifies a provider's performance at every stage of a student's journey. "We look forward to working with the Victorian Government on this initiative and are committed to ensuring this program becomes the benchmark for government selection for quality providers. Mr Camm said private providers in Victoria are now reviewing the new funded courses list to assess the impact of the changes on their students and industry partners. "We await the release of the new funding contracts to understand the detail behind the new arrangements," he said.


News | RTO Software - Part 2

ACPET CEO Rod Camm said the industry was pleased that Victorian students will continue to have access to government-funded training [...]
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