​​​​​​​Apprentices and​​ trai​nees

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 comme​​​​ncements

Counts of apprentice and trainee new commencements by financial year for the latest five financial years.

Compl​​​eti​​ons

Counts of apprentice and trainee contract completions by financial year for the latest five financial years.

In-tra​ining

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

VET Annual Sum​mary Data Slicers

Two complimentary excel products that allow apprentice, trainee, and school-based apprentice and trainee data to be filtered by multiple measures across five financial years.

Emerging appr​enticeship and traineeship trends (EAATT)

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

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Last updated
12 October 2018