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Managing better: Measuring institutional health and effectiveness in vocational education and training
(2004)
  • Graham Maxwell
  • Peter Noonan
  • Mark Bahr
  • Ian Hardy
Abstract

Vocational education and training (VET) policy is increasingly focused on the importance of quality in each VET institution's capacity to deliver effective programs. This report addresses institutional-level monitoring and evaluation of performance and provides a comprehensive model which institutes can use for this purpose. The model draws on background theory and practice and identifies a range of relevant indices across three dimensions: inputs, processes, and outputs/outcomes. The results are an important first step to an improved and empirically based understanding of the factors that contribute to successful outcomes from VET providers.

© Copyright Australian National Training Authority, 2004

Keywords
  • vocational education and training,
  • effectiveness,
  • institutional health
Publication Date
December 7, 2004
Citation Information
Graham Maxwell, Peter Noonan, Mark Bahr and Ian Hardy. "Managing better: Measuring institutional health and effectiveness in vocational education and training" (2004)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/mark_bahr/9/