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Abstracts due for NZ Vocational Education


Abstracts due for NZ Vocational Education and Training Research Forum 2009


The Industry Training Federation would like to remind those considering submitting an abstract for the New Zealand Vocational Education and Training Research Forum 2009 that the deadline for submission of abstracts is 5pm this Friday, December 12. We would also like to thank those who have submitted abstracts so far.

The ITF is accepting abstracts on a wide variety of skills, workplace, professional, and vocational education-related topics. The ITF welcomes abstracts from specialist researchers and analysts, central and local government officials, and practitioners in the field, and also welcomes reports on work in progress or that is currently being planned.

The attached flyer provides details on how to submit an abstract for consideration. A Word version of the abstract submission forum is also available on the ITF’s website (http://www.itf.org.nz/research-forum-2009.html) if you wish to submit your application electronically.

If you have any questions about the abstract submission process or the Research Forum, please contact Nicholas Huntington via email at nicholas@itf.org.nz


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