Government-funded students and courses

NCVER Collection

About this collection

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The purpose of the National VET Provider Collection is to provide data on programs of training, including nationally recognised training and recognition of prior learning, reported to a nationally agreed standard, from government-funded and privately operated training providers, both registered and non-registered.

These data provide the basis for research and enumeration to inform and measure performance of the VET system. Outputs from the VET system are the main focus of the National VET Provider Collection.

The Government-funded students and courses publication provides a snapshot of Australia’s government-funded vocational education and training (VET) sector. It presents national information about students and participation, courses and qualifications, module/unit of competency enrolments, hours of delivery and full-year training equivalents.

State or territory training provider breakdowns of the data are available as Excel files. For more information regarding the VET provider collection please refer to VET statistics explained.

Superseded publications

Current publications are provided here. Superseded publications from this collection may be accessed through the VOCEDplus database.

Infographic

The complete infographic is available here

Publications

In the January to March 2017 period, there were 644 800 students enrolled in the government-funded V… Show more

New South Wales experienced the largest growth in student numbers, which increased by 125 100 studen… Show more

An analysis of the first year of quarterly collected and reported data on government-funded students… Show more

Estimates of completion rates for government-funded VET programs commenced in Australia between 2010… Show more

Data

This time series presents a summary of training activity in government-funded vocational education a… Show more

Quick Stats is an Excel file containing data slicers that provide snapshots of the government-funded… Show more

Estimates of completion rates for government-funded VET programs commenced in Australia between 2010… Show more

Media releases

The number of students enrolled in government-funded training increased 3.3% to 1.3 million students… Show more