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Growing Australia’s digital workforce

Unique opportunity for vetsector

Relevance and transferability of skills

The speed at which technology is changing the way we work, learn, travel, get healthcare, and communicate with each other continues to accelerate. It took 16 years for mobile phones to reach 100 million users worldwide, while TikTok gained 100 million users in just nine months.

This trend highlights the urgent need for a reformed, agile VET sector that can keep pace with the speed of technological change. Recent breakthroughs in Generative Artificial Intelligence (GAI) have brought this need into even sharper focus.

While Artificial Intelligence recognises patterns such as speech or pictures, GAI can generate all sorts of new text, music, and art within seconds. ChatGPT is the language generator that has received the most attention. It reached 100 million users just two months after its November 2022 launch.

GAI is already having a significant impact on training and the skills required in the workplace, providing a unique opportunity for VET to transform and lead the delivery of practical and just in time new skills that everybody will need.

“ChatGPT isn’t just challenging educational assessment, it’s transforming a lot of white-collar work that VET educates people for. It’s vital the DSO keeps the sector on top of these changes”

 

Claire Field
Principal, Claire Field & Associates

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