The 'No Frills' 2018 discussion paper explores the future skills we will need to both operate and succeed in an increasingly interconnected world.Government-funded students and courses - January to March 2018
This report provides a snapshot of government-funded VET delivered by TAFE institutes, other government providers (such as universities), community education providers and other registered providers.The Fourth Industrial Revolution: the implications of technological disruption for Australian VET
This analysis looks at the relationship between emerging technologies and required skills, and offers key findings for the VET sector to consider in planning training packages for the future.Uptake and utility of VET qualifications
Nationally recognised vocational education and training (VET) in Australia predominantly consists of enrolments in training package qualifications or skill sets. This report examines the pattern of enrolments in training package qualifications to explore the uptake and utility of these qualifications.VET program completion rates 2016
This report uses the most recent NCVER data to estimate completion rates for government-funded VET programs commencing between 2012 and 2016, and for total VET programs commencing in 2015 and 2016.VET in Schools 2017
The number of school students undertaking VET programs as part of their Senior Secondary Certificate of Education has remained steady at 242 100 in 2017.