Australian Bureau of Statistics
1136.0 - A Directory of Education and Training Statistics, 2009
Latest ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 24/03/2009
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SURVEY OF EMPLOYER USE AND VIEWS OF THE VET SYSTEM
12 month period prior to interview
Frequency of Collection
Method of Collection
A random sample of employers was selected from the ABS Business Register. Computer-assisted telephone interviewing was utilised.
Data are usually available 6 months after interviews are completed.
Employers' Use and Views of the VET System. NCVER, Adelaide. Available via the publications link on the NCVER website.
Information is available for Australia and all states and territories.
Data tables are available on the NCVER website.
Number of employees
Whether has VET graduates
General views on VET
Level and type of contact with VET providers
Choice of VET provider and whether has sufficient information
Training practices of organisation
Employers with Recent VET Graduates
Number of recent VET graduates
Number who completed their training before commencing current employment
Number who completed their training after commencing current employment
Whether all or most were TAFE or non-TAFE trained
Name of training provider where most trained
Field of training
Type of training
Importance of selected graduate skills
Aspect of graduate skills they would most like to see improve
Satisfaction with each aspect of graduate skill
Overall satisfaction with graduates' skills
Importance of work ethic of graduates
Views on qualities work ethic comprises
Overall satisfaction with VET providers
A complete list of data items is available from the NCVER website.
In 2005, the survey had a wider focus than earlier surveys, which has caused a break in the series. Surveys conducted in 2001, 1999, 1997 and 1995, focused on employer satisfaction with recently hired VET graduates. The survey was previously titled the Survey of Employer Views on Vocational Education and Training.
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This page last updated 4 June 2009