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The main socio-demographic characteristics associated with being persistently not employed, in educa… Show more

Approximately 70% of all employees in Australia participated in formal or non-formal education and t… Show more

This paper investigates the role of VET in developing digital skills in the Australian workforce, us… Show more

Through investigations into how the VET sector can contribute to innovation, we find opportunities f… Show more

This guide suggests ways the vocational education and training sector can develop an applied researc… Show more

This document explains the VET Applied Research Developmental Framework, created as part of a projec… Show more

There were 275 200 apprentices and trainees in-training as at 31 March 2017, a decrease of 3.7% from… Show more

This infographic is based on the reports Australian vocational education and training statistics: VE… Show more

VET in Schools 2016 1 September 2017

This statistical publication presents information on VET in Schools, the vocational education and tr… Show more

New research shows that five years after participating in VET in Schools, 87% of students were worki… Show more

The national estimated completion rate for government-funded VET programs commenced in 2015 at certi… Show more

Key types of ROI for individuals arising from TVET include employment and productivity (i.e. higher… Show more