VOCATIONAL TRAINING IN AUSTRALIA

Vocation education and training is an integral part of tertiary education that encompasses the provision of a range of activities that are focused towards the provision of accredited knowledge that is tailored towards acquisition of technical and job oriented skills. According to Clarke and Winch (2009 p.80) VET endeavor is to provide skills that will enable one to join a workforce or sharpen his skill in the chosen profession so as to enhance productivity. VET also equips individuals with skills that empower them to move to other careers while at the same time refreshing the ability of an individual who want to re-enter the workforce after an extended break. Establishment of dynamic and market driven VET programs is crucial in driving a countries economy to greater heights as it helps the state to keep pace with the overcharging market demands and technological advancements (Anja &Kraus 2006). These components are crucial Read More …

APPLE: Brand and Audience Analysis

INTRODUCTION When we consider innovative and advancing mobile phone as well as computer technology that are always constantly changing, overall achievement, and brand and client dedication like no other, what organization normally rings a bell? Apple Inc. Presently called Apple Inc., the organization started as a maker of personal computers and was primarily called Apple Computer, Inc. The organization we today know as Apple wasn’t as prosperous as it is at present, but rather after a couple obstructions and under the authority of its founder and previous CEO Steve Jobs the organizationwas declining. Steve Jobs figured out how to modify the organization and Apple started to make its arrival in 1998 by manufacturing of some of its initial innovative equipment items. BODY BRAND ANALYSIS Apple is an in number brand that positions at high costs and up-to-date innovative items. Its basic qualities, innovative simple to utilize, diverse and classy design Read More …

Culturally Competent Assessment

Culture plays an integral role in all manner of aspects of human life, including education. There is no denying the fact that children with special needs must get proper education much like those without special needs. School administrators must, therefore, realize that students with special needs are not the same since they come from diverse backgrounds. It is, therefore, important to understand this fact if the assessment process is to be effective. It is, therefore, imperative to note that different cultures view disabilities differently and as such, treat children with disabilities differently (Blatchley & Lau, 2010). When carrying out appropriate assessments for students with mild/moderate disabilities, educators must consider the different background of these students. Their understanding of the same will allow educators to have an idea of the type of resources needed to ensure the students are comfortable, the expectations of their parents, improve relationships between families and educators Read More …

case study report for Levendary Café

Problem statement In 2011, the newly-minted CEO of Levendary Café, Mia Foster, was facing the greatest challenge of her career to date. With no previous experience as a chief executive and little background in international business, she was stepping up to take the reins of the $10 billion business. This move was further complicated by the fact that the company was expanding into China at that time. Despite Foster’s strong track record, the stock market was showing distrust regarding her capabilities to lead the expansion and deal with a presumably exhausted domestic market with no further room for growth. On top of this, shortly after starting her mandate, Foster became aware that the company strategy was not properly implemented in China, and the financial reporting structure was not properly following the corporate policy (Bartlett and Han 2011). Here we will continue by outlining the theoretical framework that will serve to Read More …