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Office of the Director of Equal Opportunity in Public Employment.
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
Occupational English Test.
Occupational Health and Safety.
Open Learning Information and Materials Clearing House, based at the Adelaide Institute of TAFE.
Occupational Labour Market.
Office of Labour Market Adjustment.
Open Learning Technology Corporation Ltd, now known as Education.au Ltd.
(Victoria) Office of Post Compulsory Education Training and Employment.
Office of the Status of Women.
(Australian Capital territory) Office of Training and Adult Education.
Open Training and Education Network.
(Victoria) Office of Training and Further Education, superseded by the Office of Post Compulsory Education Training and Employment (PETE).
Open Training Services.
(Victoria) Office of Training & Tertiary Education.
(Tasmania and South Australia) Office of Vocational Education and Training.
(Japan) Overseas Vocational Training Association.
(Also called: demand occupation) An occupation in which there is an actual or expected shortage of qualified workers.
Training that takes place away from a person's job, usually off the premises, e.g. at TAFE, but may be on the premises, e.g. in a special training area. Compare On-the-job training and see also Work experience.
Training conducted at the work site (e.g. in a training room) but not on the job.
A statement issued by Prime Minister Paul Keating in 1992. This statement described the government's strategy to create jobs and strengthen the economy, and included the Commonwealth's offer to assume responsibility for vocational education and training. This offer was rejected, but led to the formation of the Australian National Training Authority (ANTA).
(Also: online learning and online training) Learning or training conducted via a computer network, e.g. using the internet and the World Wide Web, a local area network (LAN), or an intranet. See also Flexible delivery.
(OLA) An educational organisation that enables people to undertake tertiary or vocational study wherever they live and beginning at any time of year, using materials supplied to their home, often supported by online study resources and television and radio programs.
(OLTC) The former name of Education.au Ltd.
An approach to learning that gives students flexibility and choice over what, when, at what pace, where, and how they learn, commonly using distance education and the facilities of educational technology. See also Flexible delivery.
A system of open competition among public and private providers in the provision of vocational education and training, giving users greater choice of program and provider. Adopted by the ANTA Ministerial Council (MINCO) as a national policy to encourage diversity and competition among providers. See also Deveson Report.
In education or training, a result or consequence of participation in, or completion of, an education or training program, e.g. employment, promotion, higher salary, further study.
An educational system focussed and organised around clearly defined outcomes that students are expected to demonstrate on completion.
The practice of having goods or services provided by a person or persons outside the business or organisation.
The Overseas Qualifications Information Resource helps people with overseas professional and technical qualifications to gain recognition in Australia.