Evaluation study of the National Apprenticeship Assistance Scheme


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Australia. Department of Labour and Immigration. Manpower Evaluation and Review Branch


The National Apprenticeship Assistance Scheme (NAAS) was introduced in January 1973 in response to growing concern about the adequacy of the apprenticeship system to meet national needs for skilled tradesmen. The scheme consists of a range of measures intended to increase and strengthen apprenticeship training. Its principal feature is a subsidy to eligible employers for first year apprentices and it is mainly through this means that the scheme aims to increase the number of apprentices in training. For this reason it was decided that the first phase of the evaluation of the NAAS would...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Apprenticeship; Vocational education and training; Employment; Governance; Participation; Finance; Industry; Evaluation; Outcomes; Statistics

Keywords: History; Government role; Subsidy; Data analysis; Education and training reform

Geographic subjects: Oceania; Australia; Victoria

Published: [Canberra, Australian Capital Territory]: [Department of Labour and Immigration], 1976

Physical description: [54] p. [page 22 is missing]

Resource type: Government report or paper

Document number: TD/TNC 53.1119

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