Questions for Vocational Training in Hospitality and Tourism in Australia
Keywords:Vocational Education and Training, Higher Education, Action Research, Boyer Model of Scholarship, Hospitality and Tourism Industries, Industry Training Packages
This paper outlines some of the dilemmas of turning graduates from vocational education and training courses into industry-ready employees. It raises a number of questions that are ripe for action research with the context of the Boyer model of scholarship.
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