This research summary explores the vocational qualification development processes in selected countries and compares them to the current process in Australia to determine if there are any areas where efficiencies can be made.
The international processes examined are in Canada, Finland, New Zealand, Singapore, South Africa, United Kingdom and United States. Detailed information for each of these countries can be found in the support document: International models to streamline VET qualifications: case studies.
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