To make Australia’s Non-accredited education sector a leading provider of high quality student outcomes focused education across the country and around the world, and to make a meaningful impact on the digital skills gap.
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For many years Australia has rightfully held the reputation as a world-class education provider. However, as the global economy has continued to increase its pace of evolution largely driven by technology, our universities, TAFEs and vocational colleges haven’t been able to keep up.
Funding shifts, internal challenges and regulatory environments which make change difficult has meant Australia is now facing a skills gap which is limiting the opportunity for many individuals and organisations alike.
The digital economy is set to be worth $139Bn annually towards 2020 but is currently being hampered by a “worsening skills shortage”. ARN, a leading industry publication, reports that over half of businesses are struggling to hire people with the skills required to meet their digital transformation goals.
Recognising the challenges within industry, a group of leading non-accredited education providers have been working independently to fill the gaps. Now, we come together in AltEd. A representative industry group to harness our collective efforts in growing the industry together and make change happen via a number of programs including:
What we do
We challenge the existing industry structures, regulation and funding policies to drive key reform in the industry.
We celebrate the successes our industry and use this to foster greater understanding and support across community, industry and political spheres.
We engage with major employers across industries; with providers of education; with government and regulators and with the ‘students’ who engage in programs.
We connect the key players in the industry together to drive collaboration across the industry.