This study examines leadership in Australia’s vocational education and training (VET) sector. VET leaders make a vital and growing contribution to learners, industry and society, yet research on their work is limited. This has direct implications for ensuring leadership is most effective, and for framing evidence-based capacity development. To assist the sector, and in particular the people who find themselves running large and complex training organisations, this study paints a picture of what VET leaders do, and of how they can do it best.
Recommended CitationCoates, Hamish Bennett; Meek, V Lynn; Brown, Justin; Friedman, Tim; Noonan, Peter; and Mitchell, John, "VET Leadership for the Future: contexts, characteristics and capabilities" (2010).