apprentices

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Apprentices in Canada – From 199,074 in 2000 to 405,699 in 2017 with only 51,150 certification in 2017

Despite short-term fluctuations, overall strong economic growth over the last two decades in areas such as construction and natural resources, combined with an aging workforce, have contributed to increased demand for skilled tradespeople in Canada. The total number of people registered in apprenticeship programs in Canada has grown sharply since the end of the 1990s, rising … Continue reading

Profile of Further Education (FE) learners and apprentices in UK, 2018 – Half of apprentices are 19-24 years old and FE learners often have complex lives

– The profile of FE learners and apprentices highlights the great diversity of the learners the FE sector serves. While half of apprentices are young people (19-24 years), more broadly, the sector serves a large number of adults in their 30s, 40s, 50s and 60s. – There is a relatively high proportion of BAME learners … Continue reading

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