The department collects vocational education and training (VET) participation and outcomes data from registered training organisations including those delivering state government funded VET activity in Queensland. This data is used to populate the national data set collected by the National Centre for Vocational Educational Research (NCVER) and is used for local reports. Statistics presented in these reports may vary to those produced by NCVER due to differences in counting rules and time periods being reported.
VET participation reports summarise the total count of students who have participated in VET activity during the financial year. The reports are limited to state government funded VET students who have at least 1 subject outcome (successful or otherwise). Data is available for the latest 5 financial years.
- VET Annual Summary – Participation by region (PDF, 142KB or XLSX, 103KB)
- VET Annual Summary – Participation by provider type (PDF, 137KB or XLSX, 102KB)
- VET Annual Summary – Participation by Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) (PDF, 141KB or XLSX, 103KB)
The following reports provide a count of qualifications completed by students participating in state government funded VET and are reported by financial years. Data is available for the latest 5 financial years.
- VET Annual Summary – Qualification completions by region (PDF, 141KB or XLSX, 103KB)
- VET Annual Summary – Qualification completions by provider type (PDF, 137KB or XLSX, 102KB)
- VET Annual Summary – Qualification completions by Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) (PDF, 139KB or XLSX, 103KB)
VET Annual Summary Data Slicer
A complimentary excel product that allows state government funded VET participation and VET qualification completion data to be filtered by multiple measures across 5 financial years.
Registered training organisation and Skills Assure supplier counts
The following report provides a count of registered training organisations (RTOs) and Skills Assure suppliers (SAS) as at 30 June 2021.
Further RTO information can be found on the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) website.
Further SAS information can be found in the SAS section of this website. Note that SAS was previously known as PQS until July 2020.