VETIS

AcronymDefinition
VETISVocational Education and Training in Schools
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As a result of this persistent focus, the appropriate delivery of the national curriculum to rural school students and VETiS programs remains dependent on the resolve and ingenuity of the teachers who staff rural schools.
On the other hand VETiS is strong and a recent survey found a very high interest amongst school students in SBNAs.
Currently, and indeed within the last decade, there has been considerable focus placed upon VET in Schools (VETiS) and its role within schools and in relation to student career pathways (Anlezark, Karmel & Ong, 2006; Barnett & Ryan, 2005; Porter, 2006; Walker, Alloway, Dalley-Trim & Patterson, 2006).
She participated in the project "Business Rules Solutions for Information Systems Development (VeTIS)" of the High Technology Development Programme.
Labour is routinely imported from elsewhere for the planting and harvesting of the softwood, and the locally depressed livestock industries offer few employment choices, and fewer chances to use the skills gained through the VETiS subjects.
Last time he leaded VGTU part of "Business Rules Solutions for Information Systems Development (VeTIS)" project carried out under national High Technology Development Program.
This working paper "investigates" the role of Vocational Education and Training in Schools (VETiS) in providing leaders with a driver for reforming Senior L/earning (Years 10, 11 and 12).
More details about our suggested approach and consistency rules are provided in (VeTIS 2009).
The paper provides an overview of Vocational Education and Training in School (VETIS) and its provision across States and Territories.