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Completion and attrition rates for apprentices and trainees 2012

26 Jul 2013
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Completion rates are increasing for trainees but not for trade apprentices, according to data released today by the National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), Completion and attrition rates for apprentices and trainees 2012.
 
Individual completion rates increased from 55.4% for trainees who started in 2007 to 57.1% for those who started in 2008. By contrast, individual completion rates for trade apprentices have decreased slightly from 56.3% for 2007 commencements to 55.8% for those who started in 2008.

This publication presents completion and attrition rates for apprentices and trainees using three different methodologies: contract completion and attrition rates, based on the outcomes of contracts of training; individual completion rates, based on contract completion rates and adjusted for recommencement factor; and projected contract completion and attrition rates for the latest commencing apprentice and trainee cohorts, based on a 'life tables' methodology.

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2013
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