2019 RTO Performance Summary ~ Continuing to exceed the state average

14-Nov-2019

We are delighted to report that once again the annual Performance Indicator Report, collated by Skills First on the basis of student interviews, has shown that in all categories New Futures Training is performing well above the Victorian average.  

The report details the 2019 results of the Student Satisfaction Survey and results from previous years of the surveys (where available). The attached overview presents the key Performance Measures across Student experience, Student outcomes, and Employer feedback. 

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2019 RTO Performance Summary Report 2019 RTO Performance Summary Report (131 KB)



  • In 2019, 580 students from VICSEG New Futures took part in the survey. This is a response rate of 53.8%. The average response rate f or all of Victoria was 35.7%.
  • In 2019, 528 of the respondents in the survey were completers and 52 were early leavers.



Some selected examples:

  • Proportion of VET students who would recommend VICSEG New Futures in 2019 was 92.6% which is above state average and higher than previous year result
     
  • Proportion of VET students who were satisfied with training provided by VICSEG New Futures in 2019 was 93.3 %, which is above Victorian average but slightly lower than previous year result

  • Proportion of VET students who reported a positive perception of teaching in 2019 was 86.2%, which is above state average and higher than previous year result

  • Proportion of VET students who reported a positive perception of the assessment process in 2019 was 88.4%, which is above state average and higher than previous year result

  • Proportion of VET students who were satisfied with generic skills and learning experiences in 2019 was 73.8%, which is above state average and higher than previous year result

  • Proportion of VET students who achieved their main reason for training in 2019 was 88.1%, which is above state average and higher than previous year result

  • Proportion of VET students with an improved employment status after training in 2019 was 49.4%, which is above Victorian average but slightly lower than previous year result

We are proud of these figures, because they demonstrate that we are truly delivering high quality training and our students are acknowledging that.
The satisfaction levels are also reflected in the high numbers of students 
who continue to look to us to enable them to start a career in the care sector. 

Overall we can report on a very positive and productive year for the New Futures Training team.