An evaluation of school-based apprenticeships and traineeships

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Author: Andrews, Paul; Kenman, Sandra; Smith, Larry R.


The School-based Apprenticeship and Traineeship (SAT) program was introduced in Queensland in 1997 as part of the expansion of vocational education and training (VET) in schools over the period 1997-2000 with the intention of focusing funding on the development of school-based apprenticeship and traineeship pathways. This publication documents the evaluation of the SAT program. The evaluation aimed to consider the impact of the program against its objectives and provide policy recommendations for the future of the program.

Subjects: Evaluation; Vocational education and training; Apprenticeship; Outcomes; Traineeship; Finance; Policy; Teaching and learning

Keywords: VET in schools; Apprentice; Recommendations; Future; Trainee; Policy formation; Training program

Geographic subjects: Oceania; Australia; Queensland

Published: [Brisbane, Queensland]: DETIR, 2000

Physical description: iv, 71 p.

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ISBN: 0734511051

Statement of responsibility: Prepared by Paul Andrews, Sandra Kenman and Larry Smith

Resource type: Report

Call number: TD/TNC 65.100

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