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1 VET research for industry AVETRA 15 th Annual Conference April 2012 Canberra Tom Karmel

2 Six areas or relevant research  Value of completing an apprenticeship/traineeship  Role of wages in completion rates of apprentices/trainees  Value of completing a VET qual  Match between training and the labour market  Role of VET in innovation  VET and workforce development

3 Six areas or relevant research  Value of completing an apprenticeship/traineeship  Role of wages in completion rates of apprentices/trainees  Value of completing a VET qual  Match between training and the labour market  Role of VET in innovation  VET and workforce development

4 Difference between expected wage in alternative employment and wage during training

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7 Wage premium on completion of an apprenticeship or traineeship, excluding part-timers and existing workers Trades Mean ($) % above zero Engineering, ICT and science technicians Automotive and engineering Construction trades workers Electrotechnology and telecommunications trades workers Food trades workers Hairdressers All other trade occupations Total

8 Wage premium on completion of an apprenticeship or traineeship, excluding part-timers and existing workers Non-trades (male) Mean ($) % above zero Non-trades: Managers and professionals Community and personal service workers Clerical and administrative workers Sales workers Machinery operators and drivers Labourers Total

9 Wage premium on completion of an apprenticeship or traineeship, excluding part-timers and existing workers Non-trades (female ) Mean ($) % above zero Managers and professionals Community and personal service workers Clerical and administrative workers Sales workers Machinery operators and drivers Labourers Total

10 Six areas or relevant research  Value of completing an apprenticeship/traineeship  Role of wages in completion rates of apprentices/trainees  Value of completing a VET qual  Match between training and the labour market  Role of VET in innovation  VET and workforce development

11 Summary of regression of probability of completing an apprenticeship or traineeship, trades and non-trades, 2008 and 2010 combined TradesNon-trades (male) Non-trades (female) Wedge between expected wages in alternative employment and wages during training Wedge between expected wages on completion and expected wages in alternative employment Wedge between probability of employment on completion and probability of alternative employment Difference between surveys (2010 survey = 1; 2008 survey = 0)

12 Six areas or relevant research  Value of completing an apprenticeship/traineeship  Role of wages in completion rates of apprentices/trainees  Value of completing a VET qual  Match between training and the labour market  Role of VET in innovation  VET and workforce development

13 Employed after training

14 Salary full time

15 Further study

16 Employment status after training Population pay-off = 21.7% Employment status before training: Unemployed pay-off = 34% Employment status before training: Not in labour force pay-off = 108.3% Employment status before training: Employed pay-off = 2.8%

17 Further Study Population pay-off =122.7% Employment status before training: Employed pay-off = 99% Employment status before training Unemployed pay-off = 158.1% Employment status before training Not in labour force pay-off = 217.5%

18 Salary full time Population pay-off = 0.3% Qualification level: Cert I & II pay-off = -0.6% Qualification level: Cert III & IV pay-off = 1.8% Qualification level: Diploma & above pay-off = 6.6%

19 Six areas or relevant research  Value of completing an apprenticeship/traineeship  Role of wages in completion rates of apprentices/trainees  Value of completing a VET qual  Match between training and the labour market  Role of VET in innovation  VET and workforce development

20 Matches between intended and destination occupations for graduates who are employed, 2007 Intended occupation of training activity Match at major group Match at sub-major group % Managers Professionals Technicians and trades workers Community and personal service workers Clerical and administrative workers Sales workers Machinery operators and drivers Labourers Total

21 Courses sorted by the proportion of graduates reporting that the training is of little or no relevance to their destination occupation: graduates for whom intended and destination occupations do not match at the sub-major group level, 2007 Intended occupation of training activity % Arts and media professionals63.6 Sports and personal service workers45.0 ICT professionals36.7 Road and rail drivers35.3 Hospitality workers34.0 Food trades workers8.3 Automotive and engineering trades workers7.8 Cleaners and laundry workers5.4* Construction trades workers3.5 Electrotechnology and telecommunications trades workers3.2*

22 Courses ranked from most specific to most generic, 2007

23 Six areas or relevant research  Value of completing an apprenticeship/traineeship  Role of wages in completion rates of apprentices/trainees  Value of completing a VET qual  Match between training and the labour market  Role of VET in innovation  VET and workforce development

24 Six areas or relevant research  Value of completing an apprenticeship/traineeship  Role of wages in completion rates of apprentices/trainees  Value of completing a VET qual  Match between training and the labour market  Role of VET in innovation  VET and workforce development


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