Apprentices and Trainees

Apprentices and Trainees

Apprentices and trainees work towards completing a nationally recognised qualification while learning valuable skills at work under the guidance of a training organisation.

Apprentices are trained in a skilled trade, such as electrical, plumbing, cabinet-making and automotive. Once completed, apprentices become a qualified tradesperson. Trainees are trained in vocational areas, such as office administration, information technology and tourism. Upon successful completion, a trainee will receive a qualification in their chosen vocational area.

New Commencements

Counts of Apprentice and Trainee new commencements by financial year for the latest five financial years.

VET Annual Summary - New commencements by region (PDF, 103KB) (XLSX, 939KB)

Completions

Counts of Apprentice and Trainee contract completions by financial year for the latest five financial years.

VET Annual Summary - Completions by region (PDF, 533KB) (XLSX, 941KB)

In-training

Counts of Apprentices and Trainees in training as at the last day of the financial year for the latest five financial years.

VET Annual Summary - In-training by region (PDF, 103KB) (XLSX, 939KB)

Emerging Apprenticeship and Traineeship Trends (EAATT)

The following reports contain performance data for the Queensland vocational education and training system and are updated quarterly.

EAATT June Quarter 2017 (PDF, 838KB)
EAATT March Quarter 2017 (PDF, 765KB)
EAATT December Quarter 2016 (PDF, 866KB)
EAATT September Quarter 2016 (PDF, 1MB)

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Last updated
12 September 2017