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In 2017, CEDA events will review the future of the Australian education system.

The education system is a critical contributor to Australia's economy. As one of Australia's biggest exports there are many questions that need addressing including:

  • What is the future of the education system in Australia?
  • How can unique individual requirements be met?
  • Where does funding come from – government, public, private?
  • Does the online environment change how people are educated, and if so, how?
  • What is the role for business and industry?

Further to the education system itself, discussions also need to centre on workforce reform and the future of work.

Essential for the progress and growth of Australia as well as for millions of individuals, CEDA will drive discussion on education in 2017 examining these complex questions with cross-sector speakers and influencers.

Upcoming events and series

Graduates for the Future of Work NSW Vice Chancellors Panel | Sydney | 12 October 2017
 

See all upcoming education and skills events.

 


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VET: securing skills for growth

CEDA released a research report in August 2016, which examines the role of Vocational Education and Training (VET) in meeting the skills required for Australia's growth.

CEDA’s major report for 2016, Australia's economic future: an agenda for growth, presents a range of policy reforms that an incoming government of either persuasion could adopt. These reforms have been chosen to address the current economic and social challenges of Australia and are designed to kick-start a surge in improving economic conditions.

Read and download VET: securing skills for growth.

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Cuts to university funding will challenge international competitiveness | News from CEDA event

Education is key for future workforce in age of digital disruption | Deakin University Vice-Chancellor and report contributor, Professor Jane den Hollander

Call for tertiary sector to gear toward University 4.0 | La Trobe University Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor John Dewar   

There is no reason Tasmania cannot lead the nation in education | Deputy Premier of Tasmania, the Hon. Jeremy Rockliff 

 

Education series supported by CEDA members:

Victoria