Financial information 2015

By NCVER Statistical report 7 December 2016 1329-1416

Description

This publication provides information on how government-funded vocational education and training (VET) in Australia is financed and where the money is spent. The publication is based on 2015 data provided by the Australian, state and territory government departments responsible for administering public funds for Australia's VET system.

Highlights

This publication provides information on how government-funded vocational education and training (VET) in Australia is financed and where the money is spent. Government–funded VET in the 2015 reporting year is broadly defined as all activity delivered by government providers and government-funded activity delivered by community education providers and other registered providers.

In 2015:

  • operating revenues for the government–funded VET system were $9812.4 million, an increase in nominal terms of $1173.9 million (13.6%) from 2014
  • revenue from the Australian Government increased by $1446.0 million (46.2%) from 2014
  • revenue from state and territory governments decreased by $358.5 million (9.7%) from 2014
  • revenue from fee-for-service activities decreased by $22.3 million (1.9%) from 2014
  • total operating expenditures were $7143.3 million, a decrease of $433.5 million (5.7%) from 2014.

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