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Most apprentices retain in their respective industries after completing training, with many progressing into self-employment
Some sectors in the trades are succeeding in attracting women into their workforce, while others are struggling.
See the ethnicity breakdown of trades workers over time
Explore our dashboard displaying BCATS growth
Explore our dashboard displaying BCATS to ITO transition
See what BCATS alumni do after they leave school
Find out how cumulative incomes compare between tertiary training pathways
Investigate how incomes compare between tertiary training pathways
Explore our dashboard displaying the breakdown of training engagement by region
Explore our dashboard displaying the breakdown of businesses in trade sectors by size and region
Explore what ITO trainees were doing leading up to starting training
See where ITO apprentices end up
Track the gender ratio of recently trained trades workers
Track the proportion of workers in trade sectors over time
Track the normalised percentage of women in trades over time