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  1. AGS Reporting Practices GCA Practices – Bruce Guthrie, GCA Institution Practices – David De Bellis, Flinders University DEEWR Practices – Phil Aungles, DEEWR Good Universities Guide Practices – Ross White, Hobsons

  2. GCA Reporting Practices • Reports (tables and publications) • Processes • Data uses

  3. Reporting the AGS • Data cleaning (Sept-Oct) • Draft Tables A & B for SM confirmation • Final Tables A & B after SM confirmation • Tables A1 – A16 show main destinations in terms of employment, labour market activity and further full-time study • Based on ‘DEST’ variable – NOT ‘activity’ or ‘working’

  4. Reporting the AGS • Tables A1 – A16 include standardised results for bachelor degree graduates • Domestics – all, male & female, under 25, honours • Internationals • Domestics + Internationals • ATSI, NESB & disability (access & equity) • Other levels of award including, graduate certificates, graduate & postgraduate diplomas, masters coursework & research and PhDs

  5. Reporting the AGS • Tables B1 – B16 show standardised labour market status of graduates available for full-time employment • Based on ‘AVAILFT2’ variable – NOT ‘activity’ or ‘working’ variables • ‘AVAILFT2’ is derived from ‘DEST’ • 1 In full-time employment • 2 Working part-time & seeking full-time employment • 3 Not working & seeking full-time employment

  6. Reporting the AGS • Tables B1 – B16 employ same categories as Tables A1 – A16 • Tables B1 – B16 and ‘AVAILFT1’ and ‘AVAILFT2’ are best when examining full-time employment outcomes

  7. Reporting the AGS • Clean national data file late November • GradStats and GradFiles summary publications produced in December – Sent to SMs • Preliminary data file to DEEWR in December • Final national data file checks in January

  8. Reporting the AGS • Start work on AGS reports: AGS (new), Graduate Destinations, Graduate Salaries, Graduate Course Experience (CEQ), Postgraduate Destinations, Postgraduate Research Experience (PREQ) late January • Summary reports, all tables and graphics still produced • Sent to SMs • CEQ files for START February • Mean and percentage agreement figures • Tables show CEQ results by institution, level of award and field of education • SMs advised

  9. Reporting the AGS • GDS files for START February • Tables A – J • Destinations, Employment and Salaries • SMs advised • National AGS files available to institutions • GDS+CEQ and GDS+PREQ • Word document describing data files • No institutional identification in GDS+PREQ files

  10. Reporting the AGS • Hobsons March • To be discussed in more detail later • VC authorisation • Cut-down GDS file supplied by GCA (to all) • CEQ tables supplied by GCA (to all) • Files for Careers Services March • Employer details • Further study information • GDS information important to careers advisers