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)
|(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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