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|Chapter 5 Vocational education and training (report)||1 MB|
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The Australian, State and Territory governments’ recurrent expenditure (including user cost of capital) on VET totalled $5.8 billion in 2016 – a real decrease of 6.7 per cent from 2015.
Nationally in 2016:
Nationally in 2017:
The VET system aims to deliver a productive and highly skilled workforce through enabling all working age Australians to develop and use the skills required to effectively participate in the labour market and contribute to Australia’s economic future. To achieve this, the Australian, State and Territory governments aim to create a national training system that:
Governments aim for a national training system that meets these objectives in an equitable and efficient manner.