Most adult education delivered in Tasmania (93%) was for non-accredited training in 2000. However, of training that was accredited, a disproportionate amount (81%) was delivered in the Tasmanian rural region (which includes Launceston). Non-accredited training was mainly delivered in Hobart (64% of the total) in 2000.
ADULT EDUCATION ACTIVITY, SCHEDULED HOURS DELIVERED, AND WHETHER ACCREDITED, Tasmania - 2000
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(a) Region is the home address given at time of enrolment. Capital city consists of ABS State and Territory capital city statistical divisions; Rural consists of statistical local areas associated with urban centres of 5,000 or more people and not classified as remote. Remote contains urban centres with an Index of Remoteness greater than 10.5. The Index of Remoteness defines the boundary between rural and remote areas of Australia and is based on the distance and population density characteristics of the area of interest. Further information can be found at the web site National Centre for Vocational and Educational Research
(b) Includes Launceston.
Source: Office of Post-Compulsory Education and Training.
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