Aspects of training that meet Indigenous Australians’ aspirations: A systematic review of research

Aspects of training that meet Indigenous Australians’ aspirations: A systematic review of research Report

  • Author(s): Miller, C
  • Published: 2005
  • Publisher: National Centre for Vocational Education Research

Abstract: Indigenous Australians participate in training for many reasons and achieve a range of outcomes. This systematic review of existing research focuses on the key factors required to ensure Indigenous people achieve the outcomes they aspire to personally and for their communities. It provides evidence to enable vocational education and training policy-makers and practitioners to act and move forward in developing training that meets the aspirations and needs of Indigenous Australians.

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Miller, C, 2005, Aspects of training that meet Indigenous Australians’ aspirations: A systematic review of research, Report, viewed 12 June 2024, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=5512.

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