Darling Downs-Maranoa

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School Local Labour Market Profiles –
Darling Downs-Maranoa
DARLING DOWNS - MARANOA
Market Analysis Unit
Training and Employment Division
December 2014
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Contents
Introduction .......................................................................................................................... 3
Geographic coverage and population .................................................................................. 4
Employment by industry....................................................................................................... 5
Employment by occupation .................................................................................................. 6
Qualification profile .............................................................................................................. 7
Pathways analysis ............................................................................................................... 8
Job vacancies .................................................................................................................... 10
Commencements and enrolments ..................................................................................... 10
Appendix A: State schools located in Darling Downs-Maranoa ........................................ 16
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Introduction
The information contained in this report is intended to assist regional offices of the department and
school principals in planning where to invest training resources to meet local labour market needs.
It is acknowledged that different occupations are associated with different levels of education and
mobility. The data presented here are likely to be of more relevance to those individuals who are
intending to stay in the geographic area that surrounds their high school and will be seeking
training pathways through the Vocational Education and Training (VET) system.
This report is part of a broader series of regional profiles providing summary data on the labour
force, job vacancies and persons in training for 29 specific regions across Queensland. The
regions are necessarily a compromise between regional geographic detail and meaningful data
aggregation.
Information at a level detailed enough to show employment in occupations or levels of qualification
at the sub regional level is only available at five yearly intervals from Census data. Changes in
classification systems used may prevent time series comparisons from being made from one
Census count to another – as occurred in the recent geographic classification1.
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From 1 July 2011, the Australian Statistical Geography Standard (ASGS) has been progressively replacing the old Australian
Standard Geographical Classification (ASGC). The ASGS provides a more comprehensive, flexible and consistent way of defining
Australia's statistical geography than the ASGC. The new scale uses Statistical Areas with level 4 being the largest units decreasing to
level 1 as the smallest.
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Geographic coverage and population
Darling Downs-Maranoa is located within the Darling Downs South West DETE region and is made
up of one statistical area level 4 (SA4), Darling Downs-Maranoa.
Darling Downs-Maranoa had an estimated resident population (ERP)2 of 128,315 persons as at
30 June 2013, with an annual average growth rate of 1.3 per cent over five years and 1.1 per cent
over ten years. Queensland had an ERP of 4,656,803 persons as at 30 June 2013 and an annual
average growth rate of 2.0 per cent over five years and 2.2 per cent over ten years.
Figure 1: Darling Downs-Maranoa sub-region and the Darling Downs South West DETE
regional boundaries
Source: ABS Australian Statistical Geography Standard.
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The estimated resident population (ERP) figure is the official population estimate, and represents the best possible estimate of the
resident population. For sub-state geographies, ERP figures are updated annually using a model which includes administrative data that
indicate population change, such as registered births and deaths, dwelling approvals, Medicare enrolments and electoral enrolments.
Data are updated annually with an approximate delay of nine months after the reporting period.
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Employment by industry
Employment by industry has been derived from the 2011 Census of Population and Housing data.
A person's industry of employment was classified based on responses to a range of questions from
the Census and is applicable to persons aged 15 years and over who work. This is based on place
of usual residence.
In Darling Downs-Maranoa, 20.2 per cent of employed persons worked in the Agriculture, forestry
and fishing industry while 10.3 per cent worked in Retail trade. In Queensland, 11.9 per cent of
employed persons worked in the Health care and social assistance industry while 10.7 per cent
worked in Retail trade.
Table 1: Employment by industry, Darling Downs-Maranoa and Queensland
Agriculture, forestry & fishing
Mining
Manufacturing
Electricity, gas, water & waste services
Construction
Wholesale trade
Retail trade
Accommodation & food services
Transport, postal & warehousing
Information media & telecommunications
Financial & insurance services
Rental, hiring & real estate services
Professional, scientific & technical services
Administrative & support services
Public administration & safety
Education & training
Health care & social assistance
Arts & recreation services
Other services
Total(a)
Darling Downs-Maranoa
No.
%
11,208
20.2
1,774
3.2
4,198
7.6
825
1.5
4,327
7.8
1,665
3.0
5,725
10.3
3,157
5.7
2,859
5.2
292
0.5
709
1.3
538
1.0
1,632
2.9
843
1.5
2,956
5.3
3,959
7.1
5,123
9.2
316
0.6
1,893
3.4
55,502
100
Queensland
No.
%
55,416
2.7
52,955
2.6
171,669
8.4
24,828
1.2
183,780
9.0
74,288
3.6
217,610
10.7
141,855
7.0
107,072
5.3
25,358
1.2
54,153
2.7
37,007
1.8
132,754
6.5
65,015
3.2
136,818
6.7
160,921
7.9
242,559
11.9
28,444
1.4
78,713
3.9
2,039,275
100
Source: ABS, Census of Population and Housing, 2011.
(a) Includes inadequately described and not stated responses.
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Employment by occupation
In Darling Downs-Maranoa, 21.1 per cent of employed persons worked as Managers while
15.5 per cent worked as Labourers. In Queensland 18.9 per cent of employed persons worked as
Professionals while 14.9 per cent worked as Technicians and trades workers.
Table 2: Employment by occupation, Darling Downs-Maranoa and Queensland
Darling
Downs- Queensland
Maranoa
No.
%
No. %
Managers
11,700 21.1 245,605 12.0
Professionals
6,084 11.0 385,583 18.9
Technicians & trades workers 7,695 13.9 304,564 14.9
Community & personal
4,542 8.2 202,979 10.0
service workers
Clerical & administrative
6,098 11.0 299,326 14.7
workers
Sales workers
4,187 7.5 199,633 9.8
Machinery operators &
5,698 10.3 149,322 7.3
drivers
Labourers
8,589 15.5 215,236 10.6
Total(a)
55,503 100 2,039,278 100
Source: ABS, Census of Population and Housing, 2011.
(a) Includes inadequately described and not stated responses.
Chart 1: Darling Downs-Maranoa employment by occupation relative to Queensland
Managers
Professionals
Technicians & trades workers
Community & personal service workers
Clerical & administrative workers
Sales workers
Machinery operators & drivers
Labourers
0
Darling Downs-Maranoa
5
10
15
Per cent
20
25
Queensland
Source: ABS, Census of Population and Housing, 2011.
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Qualification profile
The table below details the highest non-school qualification completed by those aged 15 and over
by place of usual residence in the 2011 Census. In Darling Downs-Maranoa, 45.2 per cent had a
post-school qualification compared with 54.2 per cent at the state level. At 8.8 per cent,
Darling Downs-Maranoa also had a considerably lower proportion with a bachelor degree or higher
qualification compared with 15.9 per cent across the state.
Table 3: Post-school qualifications in Darling Downs-Maranoa
Bachelor
degree or
higher (a)
No.
%
Darling Downs8,330
8.8
Maranoa
Darling Downs (West) 3,042
9.1
Maranoa
Darling Downs - East
2,453
7.8
Granite Belt
2,832
9.3
Queensland
548,894 15.9
Advanced
diploma or
diploma
No.
%
Certificate (b)
No.
%
Persons with a
qualification (c)
No.
%
Total
persons
No.
5,384
5.7
18,258 19.2
42,980 45.2
95,165
1,912
5.7
6,224 18.7
15,210 45.7
33,316
1,712
1,761
260,778
5.5
5.8
7.5
6,087 19.4
5,948 19.5
686,993 19.9
14,081 45.0
13,691 44.8
1,875,323 54.2
31,296
30,556
3,456,875
Source: ABS, Census of Population and Housing, 2011.
(a) Includes bachelor degree, graduate diploma, graduate certificate and postgraduate degree.
(b) Includes Certificate, I, II, III and IV and Certificates not further defined responses.
(c) Includes ‘inadequately described’ and ‘not stated’ level of education responses.
Chart 2: Darling Downs-Maranoa post-school qualifications relative to Queensland
Bachelor degree or higher (a)
Advanced diploma or diploma
Certificate (b)
Persons with a qualification (c)
0
Darling Downs-Maranoa
10
20
30
40
Per cent
50
60
Queensland
Source: ABS, Census of Population and Housing, 2011.
(a) Includes bachelor degree, graduate diploma, graduate certificate and postgraduate degree.
(b) Includes Certificate, I, II, III and IV and Certificates not further defined responses.
(c) Includes ‘inadequately described’ and ‘not stated’ level of education responses.
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Pathways analysis
The approach taken in this section is to identify (a) occupations with the largest numbers employed,
(b) occupations where VET is the main training pathway to a qualification and (c) provide a
measure of demand that takes account of turnover within each occupation. The scope of the report
is limited to 2011 Census data since changes in the system of statistical geography used by the
ABS prevent time series comparisons from being made across the five yearly Census collections.
The table below shows the top 30 occupations in the Darling Downs-Maranoa region ranked by
number employed with training pathways based on highest educational attainment. Livestock
farmers accounted for the largest number of people employed in the region with around
69.6 per cent having school level and 21.4 per cent VET as their highest qualification.
Table 4: Educational pathways of top 30 occupations in Darling Downs-Maranoa
Uni
Livestock Farmers
Sales Assistants (General)
Crop Farmers
Truck Drivers
Mixed Crop & Livestock Farmers
General Clerks
Retail Managers
Commercial Cleaners
Livestock Farm Workers
Primary School Teachers
Registered Nurses
Structural Steel & Welding Trades Workers
Metal Fitters & Machinists
Earthmoving Plant Operators
Education Aides
Motor Mechanics
Crop Farm Workers
Secondary School Teachers
Aged & Disabled Carers
Checkout Operators & Office Cashiers
Bookkeepers
Office Managers
Child Carers
Drillers, Miners & Shot Firers
Kitchenhands
Receptionists
Electricians
Carpenters & Joiners
Storepersons
Packers
323
43
166
11
133
90
74
18
43
745
536
4
7
4
59
0
29
527
25
8
58
65
33
7
9
25
9
8
11
25
VET School
—Number—
761
2,478
364
1,595
468
1,179
372
1,275
428
1,096
403
779
314
665
175
835
255
722
141
10
271
54
483
279
546
194
220
522
343
300
471
198
128
437
52
5
339
212
68
482
165
329
170
312
348
134
198
302
75
396
149
302
373
81
325
129
155
295
68
336
Uni
9.1
2.1
9.2
0.7
8.0
7.1
7.0
1.8
4.2
83.1
62.3
0.5
0.9
0.5
8.4
0
4.9
90.2
4.3
1.4
10.5
11.9
6.4
1.4
1.9
5.3
1.9
1.7
2.4
5.8
VET School
Total
—%—
Number
21.4
69.6
3,562
18.2
79.7
2,002
25.8
65.0
1,813
22.4
76.9
1,658
25.8
66.1
1,657
31.7
61.2
1,272
29.8
63.2
1,053
17.0
81.2
1,028
25.0
70.8
1,020
15.7
1.1
896
31.5
6.3
861
63.1
36.4
766
73.1
26.0
747
29.5
70.0
746
48.9
42.7
702
70.4
29.6
669
21.5
73.6
594
8.9
0.9
584
58.9
36.8
576
12.2
86.4
558
29.9
59.6
552
31.1
57.0
547
67.6
26.0
515
39.1
59.6
507
15.6
82.5
480
31.3
63.4
476
80.6
17.5
463
70.3
27.9
462
33.6
64.0
461
15.9
78.3
429
Source: ABS, Census of Population and Housing, 2011
Note: Because Census data are based on self-reported characteristics of respondents, there will always be some variation in the
accuracy of the information provided.
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The table below shows the top 30 occupations ranked by number employed in the Darling DownsMaranoa region based on the 2011 Census which are VET related, i.e. occupations where VET
accounts for 50 per cent or more of the highest qualification attained.
The table focuses on occupations where significant numbers are employed in the region. The last
column shows state level estimates of the average annual replacement demand rates for each
occupation between 2013 and 2017. The net replacement rate estimates take account of various
sources of inflows and outflows that are likely to occur within a given occupational category
(e.g. retirements, exits from the labour force, migration, mobility).
Table 5: Top 30 VET related occupations in Darling Downs-Maranoa and state replacement
demand
Uni
Metal Fitters & Machinists
Structural Steel & Welding Trades Workers
Motor Mechanics
Electricians
Child Carers
Aged & Disabled Carers
Carpenters & Joiners
Construction Managers
Nursing Support & Personal Care Workers
Plumbers
Hairdressers
Chemical, Gas, Petroleum & Power G Plant Ops
Chefs
Architectural, Building & Surveying Technicians
Butchers & Smallgoods Makers
Painting Trades Workers
Welfare Support Workers
Enrolled & Mothercraft Nurses
Electrical Distribution Trades Workers
Ambulance Officers & Paramedics
Aircraft Maintenance Engineers
Other Specialist Managers
Electronics Trades Workers
Cabinetmakers
Occupational & Environmental H Professionals
Other Building & Engineering Technicians
Technicians & Trades Workers nfd
Dental Assistants
Vocational Education Teachers
Bakers & Pastrycooks
VET School
—Number—
7
546
194
4
483
279
0
471
198
9
373
81
33
348
134
25
339
212
8
325
129
21
292
57
21
239
162
3
212
66
0
200
57
6
151
58
3
126
20
8
125
70
0
123
77
0
107
52
47
107
48
0
95
5
0
87
19
39
75
4
0
64
20
28
61
27
5
60
22
0
60
30
23
59
24
6
58
25
3
54
35
3
53
29
42
51
0
0
51
46
Uni VET School
—%—
0.9 73.1
26.0
0.5 63.1
36.4
0 70.4
29.6
1.9 80.6
17.5
6.4 67.6
26.0
4.3 58.9
36.8
1.7 70.3
27.9
5.7 78.9
15.4
5.0 56.6
38.4
1.1 75.4
23.5
0 77.8
22.2
2.8 70.2
27.0
2.0 84.6
13.4
3.9 61.6
34.5
0 61.5
38.5
0 67.3
32.7
23.3 53.0
23.8
0 95.0
5.0
0 82.1
17.9
33.1 63.6
3.4
0 76.2
23.8
24.1 52.6
23.3
5.7 69.0
25.3
0 66.7
33.3
21.7 55.7
22.6
6.7 65.2
28.1
3.3 58.7
38.0
3.5 62.4
34.1
45.2 54.8
0
0 52.6
47.4
Rep
Total Dem
%
No.
%
747 1.3
766 1.0
669 2.3
463 0.7
515 3.1
576 1.5
462 1.4
370 1.6
422 1.5
281 1.1
257 3.0
215 0.7
149 1.1
203 1.6
200 1.1
159 1.4
202 1.3
100 1.3
106 1.6
118 1.3
84 1.3
116 0.4
87 1.6
90 2.7
106 0.1
89 1.6
92
85 1.5
93 0.7
97 1.1
Source: ABS, Census of Population and Housing, 2011. Replacement demand rates compiled by the Centre for Economics of
Education and Training (CEET), Monash University – whole of state only.
Net replacement demand attempts to measure job openings for new entrants to an occupation after taking account of inflows from, and
outflows to, (i) other occupations, (ii) unemployment and (iii) outside the labour force.
Note: Because Census data are based on self-reported characteristics of respondents, there will always be some variation in the
accuracy of the information provided.
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Job vacancies
Figure 2 below shows the region used by the Commonwealth Department of Employment in its
Internet Vacancy Index. Data are based on the SEEK, CareerOne and Australian JobSearch
websites which contribute to the count of online vacancies. Each job board uses different regions,
and the Department of Employment created 38 regions nationally which best fit them. It is not
possible to assign each and every job advertisement to a single job location with perfect precision,
and for this reason, the regional data should be treated as indicative of labour demand in each
region. Queensland is divided into seven broad regions.
Figure 2: Map of Department of Employment Internet Vacancies region
Source: Department of Employment Internet Vacancies Index geographic regions and ABS Australian Statistical Geography Standard
(ASGS).
Internet vacancy levels, shown in Chart 3 below, compare the Department of Employment region
with the state average. While the series show movements in vacancy activity they are likely to
represent only a part of total vacancy activity at a given point in time (jobs may also be listed on
other Internet sites, newspapers, shop window signs or word of mouth for example).
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Chart 3: Internet vacancy levels for Toowoomba and South West Queensland
2,000
60,000
1,800
50,000
1,600
1,400
40,000
1,200
1,000
30,000
800
20,000
600
400
10,000
200
0
May-10
Jul-10
Sep-10
Nov-10
Jan-11
Mar-11
May-11
Jul-11
Sep-11
Nov-11
Jan-12
Mar-12
May-12
Jul-12
Sep-12
Nov-12
Jan-13
Mar-13
May-13
Jul-13
Sep-13
Nov-13
Jan-14
Mar-14
May-14
Jul-14
Sep-14
0
Toowoomba and South West Qld (LHS)
Queensland (RHS)
Source: Department of Employment Internet Vacancies. The data are published as three month averages to reduce volatility.
Chart 4: Internet vacancies by occupation, Toowoomba and South West Queensland
Managers
Professionals
Technicians and Trades Workers
Community and Personal Service…
Sep-13
Clerical and Administrative Workers
Sep-14
Sales Workers
Machinery Operators and Drivers
Labourers
0
50
100
150
200
250
300
Source: Department of Employment Internet Vacancies. The data are published as three month averages to reduce volatility.
Occupational estimates of Internet vacancies are provided in Chart 4 and Table 6 on the following
page.
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Table 6: Internet vacancy levels for Toowoomba and SW Qld by occupation
Sep-13
Sep-14
Change over the year
MANAGERS
Chief Executives, Managing Directors & Legislators
Farmers and Farm Managers
Hospitality, Retail and Service Managers
Corporate Managers
Construction, Production and Distribution Managers
Health, Education, ICT and Other Managers
119
5
3
44
34
27
6
97
2
1
39
26
19
10
-18.7%
-48.9%
-66.7%
-12.0%
-25.1%
-28.5%
58.7%
PROFESSIONALS
Arts and Media Professionals
Education Professionals
ICT Professionals
Legal, Social and Welfare Professionals
Business, Finance and Human Resource Professionals
Information Professionals
Sales, Marketing & Public Relations Professionals
Transport and Design Professionals, and Architects
Engineers
Science Professionals and Veterinarians
Health Diagnostic and Therapy Professionals
Medical Practitioners and Nurses
248
5
19
7
21
69
5
4
16
41
5
26
29
226
3
16
6
30
58
3
5
4
25
5
34
37
-8.8%
-49.1%
-17.1%
-18.6%
40.8%
-16.3%
-37.7%
23.3%
-74.5%
-39.0%
-6.0%
33.5%
30.0%
TECHNICIANS AND TRADES WORKERS
Engineering, ICT and Science Technicians
Automotive and Engineering Trades
Construction Trades
Electrotechnology and Telecommunications Trades
Food Trades
Skilled Animal and Horticultural Workers
Hairdressers, Printing, Clothing and Wood Trades
Jewellers, Arts and Other Trades Workers
274
36
98
26
31
56
6
13
7
206
26
67
32
25
40
4
8
4
-24.8%
-27.8%
-32.1%
24.2%
-19.5%
-29.5%
-28.3%
-37.6%
-45.2%
COMMUNITY AND PERSONAL SERVICE WORKERS
Health and Welfare Support Workers
Carers and Aides
Hospitality Workers
Protective Service Workers
Sports, Travel and Personal Service Workers
130
8
61
41
7
12
126
12
65
35
7
8
-2.6%
46.3%
6.0%
-14.6%
0.0%
-37.4%
CLERICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE WORKERS
Numerical Clerks
Clerical and Office Support Workers, Couriers
Other Clerical and Administrative Workers
Office Managers, Administrators and Secretaries
General-Inquiry Clerks, Call Centre, Receptionists
196
28
7
27
22
112
145
29
4
17
20
75
-26.2%
1.4%
-49.3%
-36.3%
-6.5%
-33.0%
SALES WORKERS
Sales Representatives and Agents
Sales Assistants and Salespersons
Sales Support Workers
133
21
93
19
114
28
75
11
-14.3%
32.9%
-19.4%
-41.5%
MACHINERY OPERATORS AND DRIVERS
Machine and Stationary Plant Operators
Mobile Plant Operators
Drivers and Storepersons
176
58
43
75
102
32
23
48
-41.9%
-44.5%
-47.6%
-36.4%
LABOURERS
Cleaners and Laundry Workers
Construction and Mining Labourers
Factory Process Workers
Farm, Forestry and Garden Workers
Food Preparation Assistants
Other Labourers
277
59
19
29
31
19
121
207
37
20
23
28
20
79
-25.2%
-37.0%
3.7%
-18.8%
-8.7%
5.3%
-34.6%
1,554
1,224
-21.2%
Toowoomba and South West Queensland total
Source: Department of Employment Internet Vacancies. The data are published as three month averages to reduce volatility.
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Commencements and enrolments
Table 7 shows the top 30 apprentice commencements for all students for 2011-12 to 2013-14. The
data are sorted in descending order according to the numbers in 2013-14.
Table 7: Top 30 apprentice course commencements
Darling DownsMaranoa
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
RII30809
Certificate III in Civil Construction Plant Operations
25
42
128
MEM30305
Certificate III in Engineering - Fabrication Trade
108
102
83
MEM30205
Certificate III in Engineering - Mechanical Trade
81
76
68
CPC30211
Certificate III in Carpentry
42
64
61
AUR30612
Certificate III in Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology
13
16
34
UEE30811
Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician
32
28
34
CHC50908
Diploma of Children's Services (Early Childhood Education and Care)
35
20
27
MEM40105
Certificate IV in Engineering
3
29
24
SIH30111
Certificate III in Hairdressing
17
37
24
CPC32412
Certificate III in Plumbing
6
9
18
SIT30813
Certificate III in Commercial Cookery
CHC50113
Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care
MTM30813
Certificate III in Meat Processing (Retail Butcher)
1
SIT30812
Certificate III in Commercial Cookery
3
10
16
AUR31112
Certificate III in Heavy Commercial Vehicle Mechanical Technology
5
14
13
AUR31012
Certificate III in Automotive Sales
1
9
LMF32109
Certificate III in Cabinet Making
6
8
LMT30907
Certificate III in Leather Production
AUR30312
Certificate III in Automotive Electrical Technology
3
2
7
UEE30811
Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician & Cert III in Instrumentation and
Contr
5
1
7
UEE32211
Certificate III in Air-conditioning and Refrigeration
4
3
7
AUR30412
Certificate III in Agricultural Mechanical Technology
1
3
6
UET30612
Certificate III in ESI - Power Systems - Distribution Overhead
5
6
6
AUR32112
Certificate III in Automotive Body Repair Technology
FDF30610
Certificate III in Retail Baking (Bread)
1
FDF30710
Certificate III in Retail Baking (Combined)
9
AUR30812
Certificate III in Motorcycle Mechanical Technology
RGR40208
Certificate IV in Racing (Jockey)
2
4
UEE31211
Certificate III in Instrumentation and Control
5
4
AUR32412
Certificate III in Automotive Refinishing Technology
18
17
6
16
8
5
5
1
5
4
3
Source: Department of Education, Training and Employment DELTA database.
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Table 8 shows the top 30 trainee commencements for all students for 2011-12 to 2013-14. The
data are sorted in descending order according to the numbers in 2013-14.
Table 8: Top 30 trainee course commencements
Darling DownsMaranoa
2011-12
2012-13 2013-14
MTM20111
Certificate II in Meat Processing (Abattoirs)
15
102
159
AHC30110
Certificate III in Agriculture
35
102
108
SIR30212
Certificate III in Retail Operations
3
47
102
MTM30211
Certificate III in Meat Processing (Food Services)
66
47
70
RII30912
Certificate III in Civil Construction
5
14
65
CHC30212
Certificate III in Aged Care
20
42
36
BSB30412
Certificate III in Business Administration
2
21
34
TLI31210
Certificate III in Driving Operations
31
13
31
BSB30112
Certificate III in Business
23
30
MTM30111
Certificate III in Meat Processing (Boning Room)
8
30
SIT30712
Certificate III in Hospitality
CHC30712
Certificate III in Children's Services
CHC30113
Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care
NWP30107
Certificate III in Water Operations
RII32213
Certificate III in Well Servicing Operations
SIR20212
Certificate II in Retail Services
ICT30210
Certificate III in Telecommunications
AHC30410
Certificate III in Pork Production
SIT30713
Certificate III in Hospitality
TLI31610
Certificate III in Warehousing Operations
CHC30408
Certificate III in Disability
FNS30111
FNS41011
MTM30611
Certificate III in Meat Processing (General)
RII30112
Certificate III in Surface Extraction Operations
HLT31812
Certificate III in Dental Assisting
1
ICA30111
Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology
SIR30112
Certificate III in Community Pharmacy
RII21109
Certificate II in Drilling - Oil/Gas On Shore
RII21213
Certificate II in Well Servicing Operations
5
14
30
36
54
28
11
3
27
22
21
1
3
24
19
10
18
19
17
17
10
24
14
6
4
13
Certificate III in Financial Services
2
12
Certificate IV in Banking Services
15
11
33
11
9
10
2
9
1
6
9
4
11
9
4
4
8
17
8
Source: Department of Education, Training and Employment DELTA database.
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Table 9 shows the top 30 course enrolments for all students for 2011-12 to 2013-14. The data are
sorted in descending order according to the numbers in 2013-14.
Table 9: Top 30 course enrolments all students
Darling DownsMaranoa
2011-12
NACC00002
Non Accredited Program
CHC30212
CHC30712
MEM30305
Certificate III in Engineering - Fabrication Trade
MEM30205
Certificate III in Engineering - Mechanical Trade
CHC50908
733
2012-13 2013-14
883
688
Certificate III in Aged Care
160
571
Certificate III in Children's Services
136
329
339
358
303
219
259
248
Diploma of Children's Services (Early Childhood Education and Care)
165
199
244
PMA30108
Certificate III in Process Plant Operations
290
218
241
AHC30110
Certificate III in Agriculture
19
225
238
SIT30712
Certificate III in Hospitality
AUR30405
Certificate III in Automotive Mechanical Technology
254
278
223
CPC10111
Certificate I in Construction
182
211
MTM20111
Certificate II in Meat Processing (Abattoirs)
165
196
CPC30211
Certificate III in Carpentry
1
95
195
SIT30707
Certificate III in Hospitality
148
192
174
RII30809
Certificate III in Civil Construction Plant Operations
19
79
166
PMA20108
Certificate II in Process Plant Operations
291
223
151
BSB30412
Certificate III in Business Administration
4
142
BSB30112
Certificate III in Business
39282QLD
Certificate I in Core Skills for Employment and Training - Communication
TLI31610
Certificate III in Warehousing Operations
SIT20207
Certificate II in Hospitality
PMA30113
Certificate III in Process Plant Operations
SIR30212
Certificate III in Retail Operations
UEE30811
Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician
AHC20110
Certificate II in Agriculture
BSB30407
Certificate III in Business Administration
SIH30111
CHC30812
TLI31210
Certificate III in Driving Operations
SIT30713
Certificate III in Hospitality
225
4
135
448
121
9
56
121
345
350
114
202
112
23
112
31
101
8
99
98
350
316
92
Certificate III in Hairdressing
72
86
Certificate III in Education Support
46
84
380
83
70
72
Source: Department of Education, Training and Employment STAC database.
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Appendix A: State schools located in Darling DownsMaranoa
Allora P-10 State School
Bell State School
Cecil Plains State School
Chinchilla State High School
Clifton State High School
Crow's Nest State School
Dalby State High School
Dirranbandi P-10 State School
Goondiwindi State High School
Inglewood State School
Injune P-10 State School
Jandowae Prep-10 State School
Killarney P-10 State School
Miles State High School
Millmerran State School
Mitchell State School
Oakey State High School
Pittsworth State High School
Quinalow Prep-10 State School
Roma State College
St George State High School
Stanthorpe State High School
Surat State School
Tara Shire State College
Texas P-10 State School
Wallumbilla State School
Wandoan State School P-10
Warwick State High School
Yarraman State School
For further information contact: Jerome Bredt - (07) 3328 6525 or [email protected]
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