On the contrary, it forces to redirect the means to strengthen the development of skills within the NT in order to support the institutional structure of the university. An independent, lighter, more agile and responsive organization, focused on taking charge of the territory, can be successful and is our best option if we want a financially stable and territory-oriented professional training organization. As we try to rebuild the territory`s post-COVID workforce, it will be even more important to have an autonomous public provider of vocational training to create a bright economic future for the territory and opportunities for the Territorians. The current behaviour of the CDU does not take into account what surprisingly enjoys the support of an incumbent Labour government. There are probably serious negative repercussions on regional and local development. These are even more problematic in the face of outdated and very expensive infrastructure developments, such as the CDU`s Darwin CBD development, amid a clear lack of harsh financial and economic information. The vocational training review in April 2019 sparked great interest for Alice Springs, who focused on the care and care of the elderly, retail and hospitality, primary industries, nature protection and land management, and the important craft sector. School heads were asked how to cut jobs in each of their sectors. Four serious shortcomings in the revision process quickly emerged. • the lack of acceptable methods for making recommendations and decisions. • Lack of links with relevant parties.
• the lack of reliable financial and human information. • lack of understanding of the financial impact of certain measures, such as. B the reduction of certain vocational training courses. The review team, which, more surprisingly, did not know the important aspects of the curricula, was advised. However, it has been reported that such expert advice has rarely been followed. The analysis and rationale that supports cutting a given position has often been attempted after the review team has already made a decision to reduce that program or a particular position. . . .