The National Centre for Vocational Education Research surveyed graduates of our nationally recognised Vocational Education and Training (VET) programs.
This report provides a summary of the outcomes of students who completed nationally recognised VET programs during 2018, using data collected in mid-2019. The figures are derived from the National Student Outcomes Survey.
Here’s the highlights :
97% were satisfied with the overall quality of our training
93.7% would recommend our training
96.4% would recommend us as their training provider.
89.3% achieved their main reason for doing the training.
Download the full report
Source: National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER) Australian vocational education and training statistics 2019.
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