We are ecstatic to reveal the key findings of the VET student outcomes report for 2019 for Applied Vocational Training graduates. Findings include:-
- 89.5% were employed or enrolled in further study after training.
- 93.6% were satisfied with the overall quality of their training.
- 95.5% would recommend the training and 93.0% would recommend their training provider.
- 89.4% achieved their main reason for doing the training.
of graduates were employed or enrolled in further study after training
were satisfied with the overall quality of the training
AVT Director, Dr Anne Beugalaar announced “We are very pleased with the results of this report. We consistently receive wonderful comments from our students and to consolidate these comments with third party data provided by NCVER is fantastic. It reinforces both our dedicated and personalised approach to training, as well as our commitment to forming deep connections with industry; all of which assist our graduates in gaining outstanding practical work experience and securing employed work during their course and after they have graduated.“
would recommend the training
would recommend AVT as their training provider
About the report
The VET student outcomes 2019 report was published by the National Centre for Vocational Education Research – Commonwealth of Australia (NCVER). NCVER is the national professional body responsible for collecting, managing, analysing and communicating research and statistics on the Australian vocational education and training (VET) sector. The report provides a summary of the outcomes of students who completed nationally recognised vocational education and training (VET) during 2018, using data collected in mid-2019 and issued to AVT in 2020. The data for the report is derived from the National Student Outcomes Survey, which is an annual survey of students awarded a qualification (graduates), or who completed at least one subject and left the VET system without obtaining a qualification (subject completers) , with the report findings listed being focused on graduates.