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  • 1. Assessment Task 1 Group Research and Presentation Group 2
  • 2. OTTE
  • 3. OTTE
    • What does OTTE stand for?
  • 4. OTTE
    • What does OTTE stand for?
    • Office of Training & Tertiary Education
  • 5. OTTE
    • The role of OTTE is to plan, regulate
    • and deliver a range of education and
    • training programs and services in
    • Victoria
  • 6. OTTE
    • The organisation is part of the
    • Victorian Department of Innovation,
    • Industry and Regional Development
  • 7. OTTE is responsible for
  • 8. OTTE is responsible for
      • The provision of strategic leadership and
    • support for the development of the higher
    • education and vocational education (VET)
    • systems in Victoria
  • 9. OTTE is also responsible for
  • 10. OTTE is also responsible for
    • Planning, purchasing and monitoring the services offered by TAFE Institutions
  • 11. OTTE is also responsible for
    • Planning, purchasing and monitoring the services offered by TAFE Institutions
    • Managing legislative and governance responsibilities relating to VET and higher education
  • 12.
    • OTTE plans, regulates and delivers a range of education and training programs and services in Victoria through:
  • 13.
    • OTTE plans, regulates and delivers a range of education and training programs and services in Victoria through:
    • 19 publicly owned TAFE Institutions, including 4 universities with TAFE divisions
  • 14.
    • OTTE plans, regulates and delivers a range of education and training programs and services in Victoria through:
    • More than 1200 VET providers, of which about 400 are State Government funded and over 800 are privately funded
  • 15.
    • OTTE plans, regulates and delivers a range of education and training programs and services in Victoria through:
    • Victorian business and industries, which support more than 112,000 people in training
  • 16.
    • The network is regulated by the four
    • OTTE Divisions and by the
    • Victorian Skills Commission (VSC)
  • 17.
    • The Divisions are:
  • 18.
    • The Divisions are:
    • Strategic Directions
  • 19.
    • The Divisions are:
    • Strategic Directions
    • Training Operations
  • 20.
    • The Divisions are:
    • Strategic Directions
    • Training Operations
    • Vocational Education and Training
  • 21.
    • The Divisions are:
    • Strategic Directions
    • Training Operations
    • Vocational Education and Training
    • Higher Education
  • 22.
    • The Victorian Government has set five
    • major goals aimed at positioning
    • Victoria as a high value, high wage,
    • high job growth state.
  • 23.
    • The Victorian Government has set five
    • major goals aimed at positioning
    • Victoria as a high value, high wage,
    • high job growth state.
    • Four of the five goals relate to post
    • compulsory education and training.
  • 24. Goals
    • To increase the percentage of young people who successfully complete Year 12 or the equivalent
  • 25. Goals
    • To increase the percentage of young people who successfully complete Year 12 or the equivalent
    • To increase adults participation in education and training and hence the overall level of education attainment and literacy levels in Victoria
  • 26. And
  • 27. And
    • To increase the level of participation and achievement in education and training in rural and regional Victoria, and among groups where it is presently low
  • 28. And
    • To increase the level of participation and achievement in education and training in rural and regional Victoria, and among groups where it is presently low
    • To make near universal participation in post compulsory education and training the norm in our society
  • 29.
    • These four goals are critical to Victoria keeping pace with the rest of the world.
  • 30.
    • These four goals are critical to Victoria keeping pace with the rest of the world.
    • As knowledge and information become the drivers of global economic growth, Victoria will not share in that growth without an educated and skilled workforce.
  • 31.
    • Further, the Victorian Government has set the following critical benchmark target for education and training in Victoria
  • 32.
    • Further, the Victorian Government has set the following critical benchmark target for education and training in Victoria
    • By 2010, 90 per cent of young people in Victoria will complete Year 12 or its equivalent
  • 33.
    • It is OTTE’s role to work across government to undertake initiatives which support and contribute to the achievement of these goals and benchmarks
  • 34.
    • OTTE is the Victorian State Training Authority (STA)
    • STA’s are responsible for the implementation of training package qualifications and for registering RTO’s
  • 35. The End
  • 36. The End
    • Thank You

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