International Journal of Training Research

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Research journal of the Australian Vocational Education and Training Research Association

The International Journal of Training Research (ISSN 1448-0220) is a peer-reviewed journal that is published three times a year. The journal publishes articles that advance our knowledge and understanding of vocational education and training (VET) in Australia and internationally. The journal focuses on current or recently completed research and reviews of research on training, technical education and vocational education.

Journal articles address the interests of researchers, educators, trainers, policy-makers, skills capacity planners, and undergraduate and postgraduate students in training, technical education and vocational education.

Published in association with the
Australian Vocational Education and Training Research Association (AVETRA).

ISSN 1448-0220           Indexed in SCOPUS
ERA Rank B (2010)      ABDC Rank B (2011)

  

The International Journal of Training Research began as the Journal of TAFE Research and Development in the early 1980s when it was published by the National Centre for Vocational Education Research in Adelaide. In 1992, the journal changed its focus and name to the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Vocational Education Research (ISSN 1039-4001) under the editorship of Professor John Stevenson (Griffith University) and published by the National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER). In 2002, the journal underwent a further transformation, changing its name to the International Journal of Training Research, and passing to AVETRA as the leading national body representing VET researchers.

The International Journal of Training Research publishes original research, articles and book reviews. 

Co-Editors
Berwyn Clayton
Roger Harris

Special Issues

Special issues are listed in the right column on this page. Special issues are available under their eISBN on a PPV, sale or multiuser lease from Ebook Library to institutions and from eBooks.com to individuals.

Journal Contributions

Contributions, prepared according to journal Author Guidelines, must be original, not submitted for publication elsewhere, and not previously published either in print or online. Contributions should add to knowledge and understanding of vocational education and training and be aimed at improving policy making and practice in this field. All manuscripts are expected to be analytical, with reports of studies interpreted in terms of both the theoretical literature and contemporary issues in vocational education and training.

Articles may be submitted either to the Feature Articles section of the journal or to the Practice section. The Practice section takes shorter articles of a more practical and applied nature. Book Reviews are also welcome.

Refereeing

All articles submitted to the Feature Articles section of the journal will be double blind, peer-refereed by specialist reviewers from Australia and overseas. Articles submitted to the Practice section, which are generally shorter papers of a more practical and applied nature, are single blind refereed.

Price and Availability

International Journal of Training Research is available as an 'online plus print-on-demand' subscription. Institutional subscribers receive access to all current and back issues online through Atypon Premium for the subscription year. Supplementary print copies may be ordered directly from the publisher. Multicampus, multiuser licenses and single user password access may be arranged by subscribers through their subscription agent or with the publisher. Online access is available to subscribers through EBSCOhost, SwetsWise, ProQuest, CNPIEC and CELDES.

AVETRA members receive International Journal of Training Research in hardcopy.

Discounted individual and NGO/Non-profit subscription rates are available directly from the publisher.

Pay per View (PPV) access for individual articles is available from Atypon Premium. Special issues are available under their eISBN on a PPV, sale or multiuser lease from Ebook Library to institutions and from eBooks.com to individuals.

Abstracting and Indexing

The International Journal of Training Research (ISSN 1448-0220) is abstracted and indexed in:

  • Scopus               
  • Australian Education Index (AEI)
  • ProQuest
  • De Hub Database of Research
    in Distance Education (DRDE)
  • ERIC
  • IDP Database of Research in International Education (DRIE)
  • CAVS
  • EBSCO Publishing
  • ACER
  • CSAIllustrata
  • Cengage
  • MyiLibrary
  • Informit
  • NetLibrary
  • eBrary
  • PsycINFO
  • APA-FT
  • Cabell's and Ulrich's Periodical Directories
  • Atypon
  • ARC Register of Refereed Journals

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