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Acronym City

I attended a meeting on Tuesday this week at the head office of VTAC. It wasn't a total waste of time, I learnt a couple things, the main one being there are many other members of the ITC's out there, who feel neglected and frustrated.

But what I really realised after the meeting was sheer volume Organisations I deal with at a professional level.

  • DET [Department of Education and Training]
  • VIT [Victorian Institute of Teaching]
  • AQTF [Australian Qualification Training Framework]
  • NCIS [National Training Information Service]
  • VTAC [Victoria Tertiary Admissions Centre]
  • VU [Victoria University]

All have copious amounts of paperwork to read and respond to, some even have difficult and incomprehensible systems in place, that leave me wondering, am I doing anything right?


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