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1362.6 - Regional Statistics, Tasmania, 2005  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 29/08/2003   
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In 2002, the Greater Hobart-Southern Region had 10,639 students enrolled in government funded vocational education and training, 43.6% of the state's total students. The Northern Region had 6,871 students (28.2%), while the Mersey-Lyell Region had 6,625 (27.2%).

The Greater Hobart-Southern Region had the highest proportion of male students in government recurrent funded vocational education and training for 2002, with 56.6%. The Northern Region followed with 52.6% of male students in government recurrently funded vocational education and training and the Mersey-Lyell Region with 51.7% for the same period.


GOVERNMENT FUNDED VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING, Tasmanian regions - Students (a)(b)
2001

2002

Males
Females
Persons(d)
Males
Females
Persons(d)

Region

no.

no.

no.

no.

no.

no.

Greater Hobart-Southern
5,901
4,576
10,514
6,017
4,612
10,639
Northern
3,871
3,187
7,080
3,613
3,245
6,871
Mersey-Lyell
3,208
3,086
6,307
3,424
3,191
6,625
Other(c)
127
68
197
96
71
167
Not stated
89
67
157
37
38
75
Tasmania
13,196
10,984
24,255
13,187
11,157
24,377

(a) Government recurrent activity is accredited training funded under the Australian National Training Authority (ANTA) Agreement and includes delivery by public (Institute of TAFE Tasmania) and private training organisations, and a small amount delivered by interstate training organisations paid for by OPCET. It excludes student results of Credit Transfer.
(b) Data relates to student's home residence. The region is determined by the residential postcode of the student.
(c) Includes interstate and overseas addresses.
(d) Includes sex not stated.

Source: Office of Post-Compulsory Education and Training, Department of Education.


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