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2 DecACPET welcomes end of VET FEE HELP
1 DecPrivate providers deliver for students
20 NovSenate must delay VET Student Loans
20 NovExcellence and innovation recognised at National Training Awards
16 NovThousands of students left in limbo
28 OctResponse to Senator Birmingham’s comments in ArtsHub
27 OctACPET welcomes COPHE CEO appointment
25 OctReforms must preserve the best of the VET sector
24 OctVET sector needs to work together
21 OctACPET congratulates members on Council appointments
14 OctACPET welcomes Ombudsman
13 OctTax on private providers adds insult to injury
13 OctACPET calls for more consultation on VET Student Loan scheme
7 OctWe all lose if governments pick winners
6 OctStudent choice restricted by VET loan changes
5 OctLack of consultation results in poor policy making
29 SepTime for a fair dinkum VET complaints system, providers say
27 SepACPET urges more constructive dialogue on VET FEE-HELP
26 SepACPET backs call for fairer and more consistent funding for post-school study
23 SepACPET welcomes Productivity Commission findings on VET FEE-HELP
9 SepWhole of industry must engage on future workforce needs
8 SepNon university Higher Ed important part of the mix
30 AugACPET supports calls for a coherent funding regime
26 AugACPET welcomes efforts to improve quality
25 AugACPET welcomes framework for VET FEE HELP reforms
25 AugIndustry commits to verify provider quality and outcomes
24 AugGrowth opportunities in international education in focus
26 JulDiversity of training sector a real bonus for students and industry
20 JulACPET urges Ministers to maintain student choice
8 JulPrivate training delivering for SA students
5 JulLarge drop in government subsidies and apprenticeships in SA
5 JulReduced funding results in drop in student numbers
1 JulProposed policy would wind back 20 years of reform
27 JunConference comes at critical time for industry
24 JunStudents deserve equal access to higher education support
23 JunAccess to training under threat for disadvantaged students
17 JunPrivate training essential to Australia's skill development future
16 JunQuality private education and training delivers for national economy
15 JunPlan to assist job seekers into trades misses opportunity
9 JunStudent flexibility and choice at risk
8 JunPlan to boost apprenticeships welcomed
27 MayRetrograde policy change threatens student choice
24 MayGreens policy would destroy vocational training in the Illawarra
16 MayACPET welcomes NSW Government's Statement of Expectations
6 MayThousands of jobs at risk and quality training to suffer under Labor's training loan cap
30 AprDriving international education for the next decade
11 AprTAFE report highlights the benefits of a diverse provider network
5 AprThe results are in: Training contestability has driven greater accessibility and choice
17 MarProtecting TAFE cannot be the future for the VET sector
17 MarIndustry body terminates provider's membership
16 MarThe future of skills system needs attention
10 MarMedia Statement: ACPET on Sage Institute of Fitness
8 MarIndustry body concerned at potential legal action against students
25 FebMicromanagement of VET system is not the answer to VET FEE-HELP woes

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