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Vocational Education Training and TAFE in Australia

NCVER National Centre for Vocational Education and Research in Australia has released infographics that provide an overview of publicly-funded vocational education and training based on NCVER’s main data collections:

 

Students and courses

This student and courses infographic provides a snapshot of Australia’s publicly funded vocational education and training sector. It presents statistics about student characteristics, qualifications completed, where and what students studied, and participation rates. Statistics about young people’s participation in education and training is also presented. More information including longer term trends, detailed data and explanatory notes are available. The states and territories are diverse in terms of economies, industry and VET policy and this needs to be considered in any detailed analysis.

Apprentices and trainees

This infographic provides a snapshot of apprenticeships and traineeships in Australia. It presents statistics on commencements, completions, cancellations/withdrawals, completion rates and training rates. More information including longer term trends, detailed data and explanatory notes are available. The states and territories are diverse in terms of economies, industry and VET policy and this needs to be considered in any detailed analysis.

VET outcomes

This infographic provides a snapshot of graduate outcomes from Australia’s publicly funded vocational education and training sector for 2013, six months after training, and employers’ use and views of the VET system. It presents statistics on graduate destinations after training, average income, and benefits and satisfaction with training. Statistics about employers’ engagement and satisfaction with the VET system are also provided. More information including longer term trends, detailed data and explanatory notes are available. The states and territories are diverse in terms of economies, industry and VET policy and this needs to be considered in any detailed analysis.

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