The State of Vocational Education in the Asia Pacific [2022 Infographic]


By exploring the infographic on the "State of Vocational Education in the Asia Pacific 2022," you will gain valuable insights into the current landscape.


Discover the following key findings:

  • Vocational education in the Asia Pacific region has undergone a significant transformation and has embraced a new direction.
  • Technology usage remains a priority, with a focus on maintaining increased utilisation.
  • Institutions are more likely to offer online courses (89%) and hybrid courses (86%).
  • Forward-thinking institutions are leading the way in shaping the future of vocational education in the region.
  • 78% of institutions express the desire for more technology integration in their fully in-person courses going forward.
  • The infographic highlights the growing influence of technology while acknowledging potential challenges on the horizon.
  • Strategies to overcome challenges include stronger recruitment and retention of trainers/staff (30%), better online learning resources (31%), more flexible state/provincial/regional regulations (25%), and expanded functionality of Learning Management Systems (LMS) (35%).
  • Mental health support initiatives play a crucial role, with percentages indicating agreement on their importance: campus wellbeing events (55%), staff training (53%), mentorship programs (54%), in-person/virtual counseling (53%), and mental health apps (51%).
  • A significant number of respondents (84%) agree that learning management systems have been essential for their institution's success over the past two years.
  • The infographic also provides insights from administrators and trainers in the region, highlighting the major impacts of the economy and decreased student numbers on vocational education.

To delve deeper into the state of vocational education in Australia, download the full report.