Directed and written by Louis Dai, David Elliot-Jones and Lachlan McLeod
Produced in 2012
Practical Education is known as a documentary that explores Australia's social procedures; tension, competition and change. This focuses on ‘the rise and fall of a migration market that made international education an 18 billion dollars industry simply to spiral out of control'. It papers the testimonies of foreign nationals who were used in the foreign education plan. It conveys how the program was set up by a " ruling class” (who in such a case was the Aussie Government) in order to exploit a topic class (the immigrants) through the use of them to ‘solve the countries skill disadvantages and super-charge the economy'. The documented explains how the Australian economy thrived around the cheap and steady flow of migrants eager to find their wealth and prestige in ‘the lucky country'. The economy could do this simply by setting up the super framework of contemporary society in a way that allowed the education sector to train several migrants as possible as quickly and cheaply as possible after which using that labour capacity to fill in all the gaps in the Australian employees.
‘We get these young pupils, they will pay for their skilling, and we will get a young skilled migrant labour pressure that was created for Australia's needs good? So it was plus and plus. ' 1 . 30min
‘Convenient Education' papers the cultural change affected by the changing interests from the Australian economic system and intercontinental students as well as the competition because of their own advantage.
As a result of growing demands of the Aussie economy and the vast amount of profit produced from International education it is extremely useful and a huge issue in the Australian immigration debate. Last season Australia managed 7% from the world's worldwide students, the scholars are not only a property to Sydney but Down under is a property to these people. Response a few