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COMMUNITY RESILIENCE

Technology transformation in the education and training sector meant providers were moving toward new ways of offering their services, and refining what those services were.

The COVID-19 pandemic, and subsequent economic downturn, will speed up this transformation and embed long-term changes in the way students and organisations participate in training, deliver education or training courses or interact with these industries.

The technological disruption and transformation across these sectors will provide many opportunities. As well as developing the skilled workforce we need, in areas such as healthcare, education, aged care and disability support, it is crucial that education is made available to all Australians but particularly those from disadvantaged backgrounds who are at a higher risk of unemployment through a lack of skills or unskilled jobs being available.

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