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  1. TRANSFORMING AND CHANGING THE VICTORIAN TAFE SECTOR TO MEET INDUSTRY NEEDS VTA STATE CONFERENCE, 2006 NEIL COULSON CEO VECCI

  2. Ministerial Council on Vocational and Technical EducationJune Meeting Endorsed • Future reform within COAG considerations should better engage employers in partnership in a more responsive, demand driven system. • Funding arrangements must support competency-based progression for individuals and meet employers’ needs for greater choice of providers and more flexible training delivery.

  3. VECCI Summit: Skills Survey Labour Supply Report • Preparation of young people • Increasing workforce participation • Training System reform • Skill shortages • Skills Survey

  4. Victorian Skills Survey • 11,000 employers contacted • 1,300 responses • 53% of employers reported difficulty in recruiting skilled employees • 59% of employers rate skill shortages as having either a very negative or slightly negative impact on the productivity of their business.

  5. Over half of employers report negative impact on productivity because of skill shortages

  6. Employers prefer training delivered in the workplace Over a third of employers undertake accredited training