Asking different questions of national VET data: identifying a new factor contributing to apprenticeship non-completions

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Author: Zoellner, Don

Abstract:

In many advanced market democracies apprenticeship non-completion rates have remained unacceptably high for several decades. In spite of broad agreement over the factors that contribute to the problem, interventions designed to overcome these obstacles have made little sustained difference. This paper first describes the manner in which the issues of non-completion are represented in six different nations. While there are some national differences, each of the solutions to low completion rates is derived from an internal analysis of the training system. Virtually all of the responses...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Apprenticeship; Outcomes; Vocational education and training

Keywords: Data collection; Completion; Student attrition; Data analysis

Geographic subjects: Australia; New Zealand; Oceania; England; Scotland; Great Britain; Europe; Canada; United States; North America

Also called: Asking different questions of national vocational education and training data: identifying a new factor contributing to apprenticeship non-completions

Conference number: 12th

Date: 2017

Place: Oxford, England

Resource type: Conference

Call number: TD/TNC 130.486

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