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VET student outcomes 2017

VET student outcomes 2017 presents information from the National Student Outcomes Survey on the outcomes of students who completed their vocational education and training (VET) in Australia during 2016. The publication reports the outcomes of students in receipt of Commonwealth or state funding and those who paid for their training by other means.

Summary of VET Students with disability data

 

 

Table 7       Outcomes and satisfaction for graduates, by student characteristics, 2017 (%)

 

Employed after
training

Improved employment status after training

Employed or
in further
study

Achieved their main reason
for doing the training

Satisfied with
the overall quality of
training

 

 

 

 

 

 

With a disability

53.7

41.0

          73.2

75.5

85.7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table 8       Outcomes and satisfaction for subject completers, by student characteristics, 2017 (%)

 

Employed after
training

Improved employment status after training

Employed or
in further
study

Achieved their main reason
for doing the training

Satisfied with
the overall quality of
training

 

With a disability

61.3

34.3

63.9

78.9

83.7

 

Table 11    Median annual income after training for graduates employed full-time, by student characteristics, 2017 ($)

 

Median annual income

 

Employed full-time
after training

Employed in first full-time
 job, started after training

With a disability

49 900

41 500

 

 

 

 

Table 17     Number of graduate and subject completer respondents, by key characteristics, 2017

Student characteristics

Graduates

Subject completers

 

With a disability

10 607

1 078