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In this year in review wrap-up for Global Access Project (GAP), we will be looking at four disruptors of 2015 that will continue to impact on institutions into 2016 with regard to facilitating access for students with a disability. We will share how GAP has been working with Universities, TAFE’s and Colleges in equipping them to respond effectively to the learning and support needs of a diverse student cohort and provide you with links to resources to help you prepare for the new year.
Move to private providers – leaves students behind (disruptor 1)
David Wright, HECG Managing Director and Executive Chair of GAP provides an excellent summary of the impact of VET Fee Help being made available to private providers and the subsequent growth that this has fuelled in the sector. At GAP we have seen different impacts from this growth: