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1 TAFE Directors Australia Australian vocational education cooperation projects in China briefing TAFE Directors Australia Australian vocational education cooperation projects in China briefing Chongqing – October 2013 Current as at 12 March 2013

2 TDA - the peak body for TAFE Member association representing the CEOs and Directors of Australia’s TAFE institutes (government owned TVET providers); 61 member institutes Governed by a Board of Directors with representatives from each State & Territory Activities managed by a National Secretariat Current as at 12 March 2013

3 TAFE Institutes in Australia Current as at 12 March 2013

4 Mission and Role of TDA To provide national leadership in the TVET sector through: Advocacy Research Marketing & promotion National & international networks Business development Current as at 12 March 2013

5 TDA international cooperation Formal agreements and associations with:  American Association of Community Colleges  Association of Community Colleges Canada  Association of Colleges (UK)  Chile Ministry of Education  China Education Association for International Exchange  Commonwealth Secretariat, UK  Commonwealth Association of Polytechnics in Africa  Community College Baccalaureate Association  India Ministry of Human Resource Development & Ministry of Labour and Employment  Kasipkor Holdings, Republic of Kazakhstan  Korean Research Institute for Vocational Education and Training  Mongolian Ministry of Education  Indonesian Ministry of Education & Culture and Ministry of Manpower &Transmigration  UNESCO UNEVOC  World Federation of Colleges and Polytechnics Current as at 12 March 2013

6 TDA cooperative agreements & associations

7 International policy development Review of international student visa program (on-going) Implementation of the Tuition Protection Service for overseas students (2012) White paper on Australia in the Asian Century (2012) International Education Advisory Council report (February 2013) TDA Position Paper on international education (mid 2013) Current as at 12 March 2013

8 TDA International Engagement Some of our 2013 projects: AsiaBound student mobility workshops Asian Century Business Engagement Project – offshore partnership models BECAS Chile scholarship program China Leadership Program & Student Exchange program China Green Skills conference East Asia TVET provider network Indonesia mentoring program; industry survey International student survey USA Green Skills network Current as at 12 March 2013

9 Models of cooperation (1) High level consultancies TVET systems Competency based training Industry engagement Resource development Teacher training Partnerships with: Local providers Government agencies Industry Current as at 12 March 2013

10 Models of cooperation (2) Study tours  High level short term (3 to 5 days)  Institute & college tours (5 to 10 days)  Professional development (10 to 30 days) Student / Teacher Exchange  Short term (one Semester – 16 to 18 weeks)  Academic year Current as at 12 March 2013

11 Models of cooperation (3) Course delivery in another country  Stand alone provision  ‘Twinning’ programs  ‘Auspicing’ programs In partnership with:  Other training providers  Employers & industry bodies  Government agencies Current as at 12 March 2013

12 TAFE offshore engagement Partnership agreements (TDA 2011 survey – 41 respondents) 247 active partnerships 40 countries China - 95 India - 28 Korea - 16 Singapore - 11 Indonesia - 9 PNG - 8 Malaysia - 8 Japan – 5 Sir Lanka – 5 UAE – 5 Vietnam - 5 Current as at 19 August 2013

13 Students studying offshore with an Australian institution NCVER Survey 2010VET private providersVET public providersTotal Providers Students Students based in China Students(b) based in countries other than China Students(b) studying all award (c) courses Students studying diploma & advanced diploma courses Students(b) studying non- award (c) courses Students(b) studying courses taught in English only Students(b) studying courses also offered in Australia Courses Countries (a)(d) Current as at 12 March 2013

14 Students studying on & offshore NCVER Survey 2011 VET private providersVET public providersTotals Providers NationalitiesOffshoreOnshoreOffshoreOnshore China69814,13343,1834,38062,394 Fiji1,709 Hong Kong640 India53,1892,36955,558 Korea7,5372,1029,639 Kuwait2,247 Nepal9,574 PNG1,848 Philippines939 Singapore2,080 South Africa520 Sri Lanka876 Thailand10,687 Vietnam2,0552,2694,324 Other1,95752,4887,47411,57073,489 TOTALS6,771147,60858,51623,629236,524 Current as at 12 March 2013

15 Current China-Australia engagement Current as at 12 March 2013 Green skills curriculum Special college partnerships CEAIE VELT leadership China Study in China – 45,000 students at China colleges Students to TAFE in Australia offering ‘work ready’ degrees TDA

16 Current ideas …. STUDENTS Graduating China college students into Australia TAFE / Hong Kong THEi degree courses Industry demand for specialist technical workers RESEARCH Launch of Australian TAFE Centre for Skills Excellence Econometric model on contribution of VET to GDP and employment Project work on industry competency training, green skills curriculum, and green campus development English language teaching and learning Current as at 12 March 2013

17 Australian government initiative: support the development of an East Asia Network of TVET Providers TDA is leading the development of the network with a residential workshop held in November 2012 in Melbourne. An inaugural network conference is scheduled for November 2013 in Seoul, Korea. Current as at 12 March 2013

18 Thank you For more information, please contact: Martin Riordan Chief Executive Officer TAFE Directors Australia (direct office line) Current as at 12 March 2013


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