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Modern Australian Apprenticeship and Traineeship System now known as New Apprenticeships.
Ministerial Advisory Council on the Quality of Teaching.
Manufacturing, Engineering and Related Services Industry Training Advisory Body Ltd, a national industry training advisory body.
Manufacturing Learning Australia.
Memorandum of Understanding.
Ministers of Vocational Education, Employment and Training, a former council of Commonwealth, State and Territory Ministers, superseded by the Ministerial Council on Education, Employment, Training and Youth Affairs (MCEETYA).
An MP3 file is an audio file which has been compressed to remove sound that the human ear cannot perceive and make the file smaller and easier to send over the internet.
See Mutual Recognition.
Migrant Skills and Qualifications Advisory Committee.
Migrant Skills and Qualifications Services.
Migrant Skills and Qualifications Unit.
Metal Trades Industry Association of Australia, now part of the Australian Industry Group.
A scheme that enables admission to further education following a period away from school, rather than directly from school. Usually students enrolled through such schemes have not satisfactorily completed Year 12 of secondary education and are over 21 years of age.
In full, Key competencies: Report of the Committee to Advise the Australian Education Council and Ministers of Vocational Education, Employment and Training on Employment-related Key Competencies for Post-compulsory Education and Training. The report (released in 1992) of a committee, chaired by Eric Mayer, that developed the concept of key competencies recommended in the Finn Report (1991). See also Key competency.
An experienced and trusted advisor.
An essential skill for a given age, grade, or level of performance.
Previously referred to as MINCO, or the ANTA Ministerial Council, the Ministerial Council for Vocational and Technical Education comprises Commonwealth, State and Territory Ministers who are responsible for vocational education and training. The Council decides national policy, objectives and priorities for vocational education and training.
(MCEETYA) A body comprised of State, Territory, Commonwealth and New Zealand Ministers with responsibility for the portfolios of education, employment, training and youth affairs, with Papua New Guinea and Norfolk Island having observer status. MCEETYA's areas of responsibility include all sectors of education and training, as well as employment and youth affairs. MCEETYA replaced three previously existing councils: the Australian Education Council (AEC), the Council of Ministers of Vocational Education, Employment and Training (MOVEET) and the Youth Ministers Council (YMC).
Working from a known concrete example as a guide.
In assessment, the process of establishing comparability of standards of student performance across different courses, institutions or organisations, in order to ensure that assessment is valid, reliable and fair.
A course composed of modules.
Training workers in a number of skills, enabling them to perform a variety of tasks or functions across traditional boundaries. Multi-skilling may be horizontal (broad skilling), vertical (upskilling) or diagonal (contributory skilling).
feature of the Australian Quality Training Framework that allows a registered training organisation (RTO) registered in one State or Territory to operate in another without a further registration process; qualifications and statements of attainment issued by any registered training organisation to be accepted and recognised by all other registered training organisations; and training packages endorsed by the National Training Framework Committee to be delivered by all registered training organisations registered to do so.