2012 Research Projects

Promotion and use of competency based progression 2012

Client:  Group Training Australia


Understanding the nature of vocations today: Exploring labour market pathways (Working Paper) 2012

Client:  National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER)


Working Indigenous Australians 2012

Client:  Aboriginal Employment Strategy


Effective mentoring, pastoral care and support for apprentices 2012

Client:  Group Training Australia


Victoria University NTEU Study of Academic Workloads 2012

Client:  National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU), Victoria University Branch


Make it Work -Employer of Choice 2012

Client:  AgriFood Skills Australia


Who bargains? 2012

Client:  NSW Office of Industrial Relations


From Competencies to Capabilities 2012

Client:  University of Melbourne/NSW Board of Vocational Education and Training


GSG Alumni Evaluation via an online survey 2012

Client:  Graduate School of Government, University of Sydney


Police at Work 2012

Client:  Police Federation of Australia


Australia at Work (Overview) 2012

Client:  ARC - Australian Research Council/ ACTU Australian Council for Trade Unions/ Unions NSW / various other unions [smaller funders, add if possible] CFMEU - Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union / CEPU - Communications, Electrical, Plumbing Union/ Police Federation of Australia/ NSW Nurses Association/ ANF - Australian Nursing Federation, Victoria/ SDA - Shop Distributive and Allied Employees Association


Healthy Workers Initiative - Portal 2012

Client:  Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing


Disability Service Workers and Job Stress: Are Intervention Strategies Working? 2012

Client:  Australian Services Union/Workcover


Composition of NSW Workforce for Get Healthy Service Engagement Package 2012

Client:  NSW Ministry of Health (as part of a consortium led by Ragg Ahmed)


People in dairy: A regional summary 2012

Client:  Dairy Australia Ltd.


Evaluation of the Thompson, Brown and Laffan Fellowships 2012

Client:  University of Sydney