Employer training in Australia: current practices and concerns
This paper presents and analyses results from a research project on current trends in employer...
Continuity and change: employers' training practices and partnerships with training providers
Enterprise RTOs in Australia: An overview from research data
How closely do Australian Training Package qualifications reflect the skills in occupations? An empirical investigation of seven qualifications
This paper uses evidence from an Australian research project into under-recognized skills in...
Modelling the reasons for the use of vocational training in Australian enterprises
This paper analyses a unique data set to examine the determinants of the explicit reasons...
When employers become training providers: What are some institutional issues?
Work and learning in jobs that are traditionally considered unskilled or low-skilled.
Views of skill in low-wage jobs: Australian security guards and cleaners
What do senior figures in Australian VET and industrial relations think about the concept of skill in work?
Australian Employers' Adoption Of Traineeships
Building the capacity to innovate: the role of human capital
Buying-out teaching for research: the views of academics and their managers
This paper reports on the practice of buying-out teaching to create time for research. A study...
Australian employers' adoption of traineeships
Building innovation capacity: the role of human capital formation in enterprise
Does the availability of vocational qualifications through work assist social inclusion?
Has Australia turned its back on international students?
Management practices and innovation capacity in enterprises
To have and to hold: modelling the drivers of employee turnover and skill retention in Australian organisations
This paper examines the determinants of employee turnover and long-term skill retention in...
Building innovation capacity: The role of human capital formation in enterprises
Old dogs, new tricks: training mature-aged manufacturing workers
Purpose This paper aims to examine the employment and training of matureî“¸aged workers, so that...
High-quality traineeships: Identifying what works
Human resource management in TAFE Institutes in Australia
Making training core business: Enterprise registered training organisations in Australia
What are the pros and cons of gaining qualifications through work?
Approaches to measuring and understanding employer training expenditure
Human resource management in Australian registered training organisations
Learning to Control: Training and Work Organization in Australian Call Centres
Modelling choice: factors influencing modes of delivery in Australian universities
Reasons for Training: Why Australian Companies Train Their Workers
The Employer's Role in Developing Skills for the New Economy in Australia
To have and to hold: retaining and utilising skilled people
Making the best of it: strategic human resource management in Australian RTOs
The development of key training policies in England and Australia: a comparison
The evolution of human resource development in Australian firms: towards a more strategic function
The role of training in the development of human resource management in Australian organisations
To have and to hold: Human resource management and skills retention in Australia
Engagement or irrelevance? HRD and the world of policy and practice
How lower-level and vulnerable workers benefit from employers' engagement with the national qualificaiton system in Australia
Human resource management in registered training organisations: Practice or possibility
Learning for success: distance education students' use of their learning materials
Mechanisms for enhancing employer investment in training: a comparative perspective
Qualifying the workforce: the use of accredited training in Australian companies
The adoption of multiple modes of delivery in Australian Universities
The development of employer training in Australia
The emergence of learning and development in Australian enterprises
Enhancing enterprise expenditure on VET: Policy goals and mechanisms
Enterprises' commitment to nationally recognised training for existing workers
Getting employers to spend more on training: lessons from overseas
Learning at a distance: How distance education students use their learning materials
Myth and reality: employer sponsored training in Australia
Public policies on training and their provenance: An international comparison
Why Australian companies are turning to qualification based training for their workers
From VET to HRD
How enterprises engage with nationally recognised training
Mechanisms for increasing employer involvement in training
Never mind the width, feel the quality: the quality and impact of VET research in Australia
The impact of organisational change on the nature and extent of training in Australian enterprises
The use of nationally-recognised training in call centres
Compliance, engagement and commitment: Increasing employer expenditure in training
Making employers pay: How do they do it overseas?
New Management practices and enterprise training in Australia
Organisational change and the management of training in Australian enterprises
Recent trends in Australian training and development