Apprentice and trainee outcomes 2022

By NCVER Statistical report 23 March 2023 978-1-922801-07-4

Description

This publication provides a summary of the outcomes of apprentices and trainees aged 15 years or over who completed or cancelled/withdrew from an apprenticeship or traineeship during 2021. This publication refers to these groups as ‘completers’ and ‘non-completers’, respectively. The figures are derived from the 2022 National Student Outcomes Survey.

Information is presented on apprentices’ and trainees’ reasons for training, reasons for non-completion, their employment outcomes, further study outcomes and satisfaction with the apprenticeship or traineeship.

An apprentice or trainee is a person who undertakes a contract of training with an employer and a training provider.

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The DataBuilder provides extensive data on apprentice’s and trainees’ reasons for training, reasons for non-completion, their employment outcomes, further study outcomes and satisfaction with the apprenticeship or traineeship. Users can filter by a selection of variables, view the margins of error (to determine the amount of certainty/error in survey estimates), and export their results.

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