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1384.6 - Statistics - Tasmania, 2007  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 22/04/2004   
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Contents >> Education and Training >> Vocational education >> Vocational enrolments by age and sex

A little over half (52%) of those enrolling in vocational education were male. The 15-19 years age group had the largest number of enrolments (10,214 or 22%). The second largest age group was the 30-39 year olds (9,598 or 21%) and the third largest was the 40-49 year age group (8,373 or 18%).

ENROLMENTS IN ACCREDITED VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING, By Age and Sex, Tasmania - 2000(a)(b)

Male
Female
Not known
Total

Age (years)
no.
no.
no.
no.

14 years or under
45
37
-
82
15-19
5,579
4,515
20
10,214
20-24
4,030
2,979
5
7,014
25-29
2,867
2,206
1
5,074
30-39
4,947
4,645
6
9,598
40-49
3,898
4,475
-
8,373
50-59
1,700
1,887
-
3,587
60-64
270
221
-
491
65 years or over
170
171
-
341
Not known
309
286
358
953
Total
23,915
21,422
390
45,727

- nil or rounded to zero
(a) Total enrolments rather than total number of students. A student may have more than one enrolment during the year.
(b) 'Publicly delivered and government financed' is all TAFE training plus government financed non-TAFE training.

Source: Office of Post-Compulsory Education and Training.


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