Continuing education and training makes high-level impact in Singapore

Dr Sarojni Choy briefs Singaporean Minister of Manpower on findings of the continuing education and training project at the Institute for Adult Learning (IAL) conference in Singapore.

Effective models of continuing education and training (CET) for the Australian workforce have recently been identified as part of a research project completed by members of the Professional, Vocational and Continuing Education (PVCE) team at Griffith.

The three year national project was funded through a National Centre for Vocational Education Research grant.

Findings of the research were presented at the Institute of Adult Learning Symposium in Singapore in July.

The conference paper, developed by PVCE team members, Dr Sarojni Choy, Darryl Dymock and Dr Steven Hodge was one of six selected to be viewed by the Singaporean Minister of Manpower.

Project findings were also presented at the (National Centre for Vocational Education Research) NCVER Conference in Melbourne by PVCE team member Dr Ray Smith, also in July.