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Universities and TAFE training people for ‘future industries’

Universities Australia Chief Executive Catriona Jackson says universities and VET play a “fundamental” role to ensure there are enough skilled graduates in the workforce. 

She said universities and TAFE need to train enough essential workers to ensure there are no skill shortages in the future. 

“But also that we’re training the people who will create the new jobs, new industries of the future,” Ms Jackson told Sky News Australia.

Universities Australia Chief Executive Catriona Jackson says universities and VET play a “fundamental” role to ensure there are enough skilled graduates in the workforce.

She said universities and TAFE need to train enough essential workers to ensure there are no skill shortages in the future.

“But also that we’re training the people who will create the new jobs, new industries of the future,” Ms Jackson told Sky News Australia. Universities Australia Chief Executive Catriona Jackson says universities and VET play a “fundamental” role to ensure there are enough skilled graduates in the workforce.

She said universities and TAFE need to train enough essential workers to ensure there are no skill shortages in the future.

“But also that we’re training the people who will create the new jobs, new industries of the future,” Ms Jackson told Sky News Australia.

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