In the latest National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER) publication, VET in Schools 2020 states, “The number of school students undertaking VET as part of their Senior Secondary Certificate of Education has increased 2.3% in 2020 to 241,200.”

Highlights of the 2020 report were:

  • 241,200 VET in Schools students
  • 17,800 school-based apprentices and trainees, representing 7.4% of all VET in Schools students
  • 223,300 students undertaking other VET in Schools programs, representing 92.6% of all VET in Schools students.
  • Compared with 2019 VET in Schools students increased by 2.3%.
  • From 2016 to 2020, VET in Schools students decreased by 0.9%.
  • Tourism, travel, and hospitality continued to be the most popular training package, studied by 13.7% of all VET in Schools’ students.

Access the full report: VET IN SCHOOLS 2020

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