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  • Data from the newest group of LSAY participants have now been released, marking the first time the… Show more

  • The definition of ‘quality’ when describing the national VET system can vary widely according to… Show more

  • The latest release of national apprentice and trainee data show there were 268 600 apprentices and… Show more

  • The VET sector must work to demystify VET pathways and better inform and support young early school … Show more

  • Financial information on Australia’s government-funded VET system for 2016 shows operating revenues … Show more

  • Using social media as part of VET courses can lead to higher levels of student engagement according … Show more

  • Australia’s largest survey of VET students has today revealed that graduate satisfaction with… Show more

  • Improving services and enabling more agile responses to the changing needs and priorities of the… Show more

  • Employers’ overall use of the VET system has held steady over the past two years, according to new… Show more

  • While school students view VET as a positive experience offering practical and work-related… Show more

  • Young people who experience significant NEET periods during their teen years are at risk of… Show more

  • The VET sector has the opportunity to play a larger role in Australia’s innovation agenda according … Show more

  • The latest release of apprentice and trainee data show there were 275 200 apprentices and trainees… Show more

  • Students studying VET in schools across the country are gaining positive employment and educational … Show more

  • New data estimate that 49.4% of all government-funded VET programs started in 2015 will be… Show more

  • The latest release of Total VET students and courses 2016 published by the National Centre for… Show more

  • The proportion of apprentices and trainees completing their training has increased to 61.4%.

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

  • Leading vocational education and training (VET) researchers and practitioners from across Australia … Show more

  • The latest release of apprentices and trainees quarterly data shows a decrease in the number of… Show more


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