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Tourism & Hospitality.
Tasmanian Association of Community Houses.
Training for Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders Program.
Tasmanian Accreditation and Recognition Committee.
Tertiary Assistance Scheme.
Tasmanian State Training Authority.
Research Training and Careers Committee.
Tasmanian Certificate of Education. See also Senior Secondary Certificate of Education.
Textiles, Clothing and Footwear.
Training Development Council of Australia.
Transport and Distribution Training Australia, a national industry training advisory body.
Training and Employment for the Arts and Media Entertainment Company.
Teaching English as a Foreign Language.
Training & Employment Queensland.
(Philippines) Technical Education and Skills Development Authority.
Teaching English as a Second Language.
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages.
Test of English as a Foreign Language.
Temporary Protection Visa.
Trades Recognition Australia.
Australian Training Information Network, a national vocational education and training information service that has been discontinued.
Tourism Training Australia, a national industry training advisory body.
Traineeship Training Program.
Trade Union Training Authority.
(International) Technical and Vocational Education, used as an equivalent term for Vocational Education and Training (VET) in some overseas countries.
(International) Technical and Vocational Education and Training, used as an equivalent term for Vocational Education and Training (VET) especially in the Asia-Pacific region. This is the term now used by the United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organisation.
The Commonwealth Government's Training and Youth Internet Management System database.
A process of identifying the elements or steps that make up a task or activity, eg. listing the elements and evidence required for a unit of competency. See also Element of competency and Evidence guide.
A teacher's normal number of teaching lessons or class contact hours per week.
A person who provides expert judgements regarding industry requirements and has specialist knowledge and skills in the relevant industry. Technical advisers are familiar with the content of the vocation, have proof of their expertise through relevant current experience in the industry sector, and have knowledge of training and assessment issues related to their industry. See also Conflict of interest and Present association.
A central admissions office in some States for people applying for entry to undergraduate or other post-secondary courses. The Tertiary Admission centre administers a selection system on behalf of universities and, in some States, TAFE institutes and selected registered private providers. The Northern Territory and Tasmania do not have a central admissions office.
(TER) A ranking of students (usually based on results in the Senior Secondary Certificate of Education) used by universities and some providers of vocational education and training courses when selecting students who will be offered places in particular courses.
(TISC - Western Australia) An incorporated body established in 1975 by Curtin University of Technology, Edith Cowan University, Murdoch University and The University of Western Australia. TISC processes applications for admission to undergraduate courses in Western Australia and conducts the Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT).
Formal education beyond secondary education, including higher education, vocational education and training, or other specialist post-secondary education or training; sometimes used to refer only to higher education. Also called: post-secondary education or further education.
(TQM) A management system with a focus on customer satisfaction, involving a systematic approach to ensuring that products and services always meet defined standards and are subject to continuous improvement. See also Quality assurance.
A course offered by a vocational education and training provider that covers the off-the-job requirements of an apprenticeship and supplements on-the-job training, now being replaced by training package qualifications.
A system of vocational training, combining off-the-job training at an approved training provider with on-the-job training and practical work experience. Traineeships generally take one to two years and are now a part of the New Apprenticeships system.
See Contract of Training.
A former Commonwealth government initiative to encourage businesses to take responsibility for, and provide training to, their employees.
See Contract of Training.
An environment in which training is seen as important and is closely linked with business strategy, particularly in creating competitive advantage for an enterprise. Opportunities are given to all employees to participate in training to develop their skills and competencies.
See Open training market.
An integrated set of nationally endorsed standards, guidelines and qualifications, for training, assessing and recognising people's skills. Developed by industry to meet the training needs of an industry or group of industries. Training packages consist of core endorsed components of competency standards, assessment guidelines and qualifications, and optional non-endorsed components of support materials, such as learning strategies, assessment materials and professional development resources.
(TTMRA) An arrangement developed under the Australia and New Zealand Closer Economic Relations Trade Agreement (ANZCERTA), providing for mutual recognition of registered occupations by the two countries.