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VET Regulator Updates and News
May 6, 2021
New data shows the COVID-19 pandemic affected the outcomes of international students who completed a nationally recognised vocational education and training (VET) qualification in Australia.
The report International onshore VET qualification completer outcomes 2020, compiled by the National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), uses data collected in mid-2020 from approximately 15 500 respondents to the National Student Outcomes Survey.
Results from the survey show the top two reasons for enrolling in a VET qualification in Australia were to develop or start their own business and to improve their general education skills. In all, 87.7% achieved their main reason for training.
The survey showed the COVID-19 pandemic affected international onshore VET qualification completers in many ways:
Quotes attributable to NCVER Managing Director Simon Walker
The NCVER's Managing Director, Simon Walker said "The results of this year’s survey are particularly important given the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on international students. Extra questions were added to this year’s survey to understand how the pandemic affected students’ employment and study outcomes."
Data products and resources for this release:
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Date posted May 6, 2021