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Home >  Blog >  Future bright for quality VET in Schools studies

Future bright for quality VET in Schools studies

Posted on 14 September 2017
Future bright for quality VET in Schools studies
New research linking the 2006 VET in Schools Collection with the 2011 Census shows that school students undertaking VET studies are gaining positive employment and educational opportunities.

Our latest report:

VET in Schools students: characteristics and post-school employment and training experiences

and accompanying infographic show that five years after participating in VET, 87% of students were working, studying or both, with:

  • 78% either working or working while studying
  • 9% studying only.

While there was a small decrease in student numbers last year, there has been a general upward trend of students over the past 20 years.

This research coincides with the release of VET in Schools 2016 data.
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