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1362.6 - Regional Statistics, Tasmania, 2007  
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Across Tasmania, from 2001 to 2002, the number of hours delivered for government funded vocational education and training increased by 3.1%, from 5,726,150 hours to 5,904,306 hours. In 2002, the Greater Hobart-Southern Region accounted for 44.1% of total curriculum hours delivered, while the Northern Region recorded 28.7% and the Mersey-Lyell Region recorded 26.2%.


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

2002

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

Region

hours

hours

hours

hours

hours

hours

Greater Hobart-Southern
1,419,657
1,133,753
2,563,650
1,419,445
1,182,541
2,603,812
Northern
909,364
700,034
1,613,181
949,705
741,405
1,694,030
Mersey-Lyell
767,677
698,881
1,468,748
796,589
747,352
1,545,944
Other(c)
35,200
18,375
54,489
23,837
23,673
47,510
Not stated
14,537
11,185
26,082
6,790
6,220
13,010
Tasmania
3,146,435
2,562,228
5,726,150
3,196,366
2,701,191
5,904,306

(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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