Vocational education and training delivery in Queensland: private registered training organisations: pocket guide: issued 2003

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Queensland. Department of Employment and Training (DET)

Abstract:

Hall Chadwick conducted a survey in 2002 on behalf of the Department of Employment and Training and the Australian Council for Private Education and Training, which gathered data on private registered training organisation activity in Queensland. The survey results relate to the number of students who undertook training through private registered training organisations in the 2001-02 financial year, the industry areas in which this training took place, and the qualifications these students enrolled in. Highlights included the following. In 2002, 1,562 registered training organisations delivered nationally recognised training in Queensland. Of these organisations, 469 held primary registration in another state. During the 2001-02 financial year, about one in six people or 503,300 Queenslanders aged 15 years and over participated in vocational education and training. An estimated 231,000 people participated in at least one vocational education and training program through private registered training organisations during the 2001-02 financial year. This figure includes approximately 50,500 students who participated in publicly-funded apprenticeship, traineeship and competitively purchased training programs. A total of 322,800 people participated in publicly-funded vocational education and training during the 2001-02 financial year, with 242,700 of them receiving training through institutes of Technical and Further Education (TAFE), 5,700 through agricultural colleges and 23,900 through school. There was a high number of student enrolments in privately-funded training in community services, health and education; computing; building and construction; transport and storage; and automotive occupational areas. In publicly-funded training, there was a high number of student enrolments in business and clerical; science, technical and other; and engineering and mining occupational areas.

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Hall Chadwick conducted a survey in 2002 on behalf of the Department of Employment and Training and the Australian Council for Private Education and Training, which gathered data on private registered training organisation activity in Queensland. The survey results relate to the number of students who undertook training through private registered training organisations in the 2001-02 financial year, the industry areas in which this training took place, and the qualifications these students enrolled in. Highlights included the following. In 2002, 1,562 registered training organisations ...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Providers of education and training; Vocational education and training; Statistics; Students; Participation

Keywords: Private training provider; Registered training organisation

Geographic subjects: Oceania; Australia; Queensland

Published: Brisbane, Queensland: Department of Employment and Training, 2003

Physical description: 8 p.

Resource type: Guide

Call Number:
TD/TNC 111.365



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