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1362.6 - Regional Statistics, Tasmania, 2007  
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Contents >> Education and training >> Vocational education and training

The main purpose of Tasmanian Vocational Education and Training (VET) is to ensure that Tasmanian industry has a well-trained, highly skilled workforce.

A range of vocational and non-vocational courses are offered, including:

  • associate diploma courses aimed at para-professional personnel in areas such as engineering, accounting, computing, child care and social welfare
  • trade courses that combine theoretical and practical aspects of the trade, and off-the-job training
  • post-trade courses to extend the skills and knowledge of tradespersons
  • non-trade vocational programs e.g. fashion, retailing, commercial studies.

Providers of VET courses include:
  • Institute of TAFE Tasmania, which has a state-wide delivery model to enhance the provision of services to industry and the community.
  • the Australian Maritime College, which serves the maritime sector at campuses in Launceston and Beauty Point
  • private trainers, throughout the state.

FURTHER INFORMATION

Vocational education on this web site (under Statistics - Tasmania)
Vocational Education and Training at the Office of Post-Compulsory Education and Training (OPCET) web site, http://www.opcet.tas.gov.au


This section contains the following subsection :
        Government funded vocational education and training
        Apprentices and trainees
        Institute of TAFE Tasmania

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