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Who is likely to complete a VET qualification?, VET sector governance, and more

Posted on 19 April 2018
Who is likely to complete a VET qualification?, VET sector governance, and more

VET qualifications: who is more likely to complete

New NCVER research shows the three main factors that predict whether a VET student is likely to complete a qualification are field of education, labour force status and course qualification level.

VET programs that include a mix of delivery modes such as online lessons, classroom delivery and employment-based learning also increase the likelihood of completion.

Explore the results with the new interactive and easy-to-access data visualisation on our Portal.

Webinar on comparing the top 20 VET training packages

Join us as we explore an innovative new tool that allows users to compare data on the top 20 VET training package qualifications with the aid of insightful research commentary.

A hybrid of a research report and a data slicer, this easy-to-use tool provides extensive access to total VET activity data, some of which was only previously available via advanced tools on our website.

Comparing high-use training package qualifications will be available tomorrow, Thursday 12 April, from ncver.edu.au/publications. We recommend you download it before the webinar so you can have your questions ready.

Webinar details: Thursday 19 April, 1:30-2:30pm ACST. Register now!

How is our VET sector governed and regulated?

The responsibility for governing and regulating Australia's VET sector is shared between the Commonwealth and state/territory governments.

If you'd like to learn more, the Governance page on the new VET Knowledge Bank covers topics such as:

  • the current Ministers responsible for skills and training
  • who regulates the VET sector
  • the Australian Government Department of Education and Training and state/territory training authorities
  • a timeline of Prime Ministers, Federal Ministers and the Commonwealth departments responsible for skills and training from 1992 to the present.


More content will be added to the page in the coming months, including a timeline of COAG Ministerial Councils and Committees and VET legislation.

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