IHEA Submission on Consultation Paper on a National Skills Passport

Independent Higher Education Australia (IHEA) has provided a submission on the consultation paper released by the Department of Education and the Department of Employment and Workplace Relations on the National Skills Passport.

The consultation is intended to inform the development of a business case to define the scope,
outcomes and benefits of a National Skills Passport.

The National Skills Passport has the potential to be a practical solution that helps individuals who choose to take
the next step in their education or career. It has the potential to enable users to share and assess their skills and qualifications
across Vocational Education and Training (VET) and higher education through a trusted and integrated digital
system, which is validated from trusted sources.

Thank you to IHEA members who provided feedback on this submission.

This was submitted on 16 February 2024.

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