CEET is the only centre for the economics of education and training in Australia. CEET focuses on the contribution of education and training to economic and social development, undertaking research training, consultancies and dissemination of the economics and finance of education and training. It has extensive experience and expertise in: the finance and economics of education and training; analysis of large data sets; policy development; supply and demand analysis; and working with government authorities in Australia and overseas.
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Friday 1 November at Monash Conference Centre, 30 Collins Street, Melbourne.
Tuesday 2 August 2011 - 11am to 12.30pm, Treasury Theatre, 1 Macarthur Street, Melbourne - View presentation on YouTube
Successful research grant
The Faculty of Education's Centre for the Economics of Education and Training (CEET) has been awarded a three-year grant under National Vocational Education Training Research and Evaluation (NVETRE) program to conduct research on the geographical aspects of the role of education and training in improving social inclusion in Australia. This is category one funding worth about $460,000. NCVER Project Information
Award for Innovation and External Collaboration to Dr Chandra Shah
The I & EC award is designed specifically to reward excellence by researchers who have sought to progress their research, or to extend the outreach of their research, through engagement with external partner organisations including industry, government and other not-for-profit sectors.
Recent publications and reports on the CEET website
Shah, C, and Long, M, 2012, A review of AWPA's Future Focus: Australia's Skills and Workforce Development Needs, Discussion Paper, Report prepared for Service Skills Australia.
Shah, C, Webb, S, Nicholas, A, Beale, D and Faine, M, 2012, A report prepared for NCVER Geographical dimensions of social inclusion and VET in Australia: an overview (pdf 2517),
Webb, S, Beale, D, Faine, M and Roy, R, Paper presented at the 2012 No Frills Conference in Adelaide Skilled migration, women and the role of education and training in regional Australia, (pdf 129 KB) Powerpoint presentation (683 KB)
## Gerald Burke NCVER 2011 Building the foundations: outcomes from the adult language, literacy and numeracy search conference pp 16-26 'Literacy, qualifications, jobs, income and growth',
##Shah, C & Burke, G 2010, Skills Shortages: Concepts, Measurement and Policy Responses. In Penelope Peterson, Eva Baker, Barry McGaw, (Eds) International Encyclopedia of Education, Volume 8, pp.320-327. Oxford: Elsevier.
Equitable and Inclusive VET, Sue North, Fran Ferrier and Michael Long
Burke, G and Veenker, P (Expert Panel) 2011, Public Response to the Essential Services Commission's VET Fee and Funding Review Report and Recommendation, Department of Education and Early Childhood Development, Melbourne.54pp.
Keating, J, Annett, P, Burke, G and O'Hanlon C 2011, Mapping Funding and Regulatory Arrangements Across The Commonwealth and States and Territories, Ministerial Council for Education, Early Childhood Development, and Youth Affairs