As the data on total vocational education and training (VET) activity has matured since the first reliable collection in 2015, we are now seeing a discernible shift in the type and quantum of nationally recognised VET undertaken by students over the last four years, with less domestic students and more international students engaging in nationally recognised programs, acording to new data released by the National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER).
The report Total VET students and courses 2018 provides an esitmate of nationally recognised VET as reported by 3830 Australian registered training organisations, delivering training in both onshore (Australia) and offshore locations.
VET qualification completion rates 2017 new data estimates show that nearly half (49%) of nationally recognised VET qualifications started in 2017 at certificate I level or above will be completed.
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The reports Total VET students and courses 2018 and VET qualification completion rates 2017 are now available from the NCVER website.
Courtesy of NCVER