NCVER – VET Student Outcomes survey by NCVER on MCIE
91.8% MCIE graduates satisfied with the overall quality of their training
MCIE prides itself on student satisfaction and the quality of its training. A recent report released by the National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER) on student outcomes reflects MCIE’s result-oriented approach, high training standard and the dedication and commitment of our expert trainers. Indeed, 91.8% of MCIE graduates surveyed, were satisfied with the overall quality of their training. This compared with 85.2% of all respondents within the Vocational Education and Training sector in Victoria.
Using data collected in mid-2018, the report provides a summary of the outcomes of VET graduates who completed their vocational training in Australia during 2017. Graduates, who undertook government subsidised training, as well as those who undertook training on a fee-for-service basis, were surveyed for the report.
The results also showed that 92.3% of MCIE graduates would recommend their training, compared with 89% for Victorian private training providers.
Almost 90% of MCIE graduates recommended MCIE as a training provider, against a Victorian average of 86.8%.
Significantly, MCIE graduates reported high levels of satisfaction with the job-related benefits of the training they received from MCIE. Of all MCIE graduates surveyed, 91% indicated they had received at least one job-related benefit, against the Victorian average of 69.7%.
Gary Coonar, Managing Director, MCIE, expressed his delight with the results “We are really pleased with the survey results. While we are confident that our students will continue to do well in their chosen field, the results demonstrate and are a testimony to, the relentless and dedicated efforts of MCIE’s experienced trainers and assessors. These are the staff who train our students to develop job-ready skills and knowledge to support their career goals and to meet the needs of industry. I congratulate the entire MCIE team on this outstanding achievement.”
The full NCVER – VET student outcomes report can be accessed here.