Learning through Indigenous business : the role of vocational education and training in Indigenous enterprise and community development

Learning through Indigenous business : the role of vocational education and training in Indigenous enterprise and community development Report

Td/Tnc ; 81.12

  • Author(s): Flamsteed, Kate, Golding, Barry, National Centre for Vocational Education Research (Australia),
  • Published: 2005
  • Publisher: NCVER
  • ISBN: 1920896554 (print ed.) 1920896562 (web ed.)

Abstract: This report explores the ways in which Indigenous Australians are learning through enterprise and small business development. It reveals that this learning will be more effective if it takes into account that Indigenous experience differs by location, with remote areas offering a significant challenge. Learning through Indigenous business is most effective where learning is tied to earning; the content is customised; it is carried out in parallel to real work; and is put into practice through employment in commercial business.

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Flamsteed, Kate, Golding, Barry, National Centre for Vocational Education Research (Australia),, 2005, Learning through Indigenous business : the role of vocational education and training in Indigenous enterprise and community development, Report, viewed 16 August 2022, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=4179.

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