4234.0 - Work-Related Training and Adult Learning, Australia, 2016-17 Quality Declaration 
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Traditional classroom instruction, including lectures, presentations and seminars, remained the most common method for delivering the most recent work-related training in 2016-17 (68.8%) although this method was less prevalent than in 2013 (74.6%). Online instruction increased from 12.8% of reported training in 2013 to 19.2% in 2016-17.

Graph Image for Graph 1 - Participation in work-related training by online instruction, states and territories, 2013 and 2016-17(a)(b)(c)(d)

Footnote(s): (a) There were changes in collection methods between the surveys in 2013 and 2016-17. See the Explanatory notes for details. (b) Participation in the 12 months prior to survey; persons aged 15 to 74 years. (c) Persons aged 65-74 years permanently not intending to work, and all respondents who were permanently unable to work, were not asked about work-related training and are included as not participating. (d) Data from 2016-17 has been randomly adjusted to avoid the release of confidential data. Discrepancies may occur between sums of the component items and totals.

Source(s): Work-Related Training and Adult Learning, Australia, 2013 and 2016-17