Some sectors in the trades are succeeding in attracting women into their workforce, while others are struggling.
Understanding the differences between the characteristics of women and men in the trades can provide insight into strategies to boost female participation.
Industry Training Organisation (ITO) training unexpectedly increases the amount of ACC claims each year.
Analyse the effectiveness of engineering gateway unit standards in guiding students towards trades training
Analyse the effectiveness of electrotechnology unit standards in guiding students toward training
Explore how underutilisation rates compare across age groups, gender, and regions within New Zealand
Only 12% of apprentices start training the year after finishing secondary school.
Most apprentices retain in their respective industries after completing training, with many progressing into self-employment
Track the normalised percentage of women in trades over time
See how many school leavers are completing the mechanical engineering gateway
Look at self-employment rates for men and women in the trades
Find out women's participation in different trade sectors
Compare age distributions of men and women in the trades
Compare accident rates in the trades between men and women
Explore ethnicity and gender data for the trades workforce
Track the proportion of workers in trade sectors over time
See the rate of ITO enrolments of students who completed the mechanical engineering gateway
Explore our dashboard displaying mechanical engineering gateway to ITO transition
See the rate of ITO enrolments of students who completed the electrotechnology gateway
Explore our dashboard displaying electrotechnology gateway to ITO transition
See how many school leavers are completing the electrotechnology gateway
See the rate of ITO enrolments of students who completed BCATS
Explore our dashboard displaying BCATS growth
Explore our dashboard displaying BCATS to ITO transition
Track what occupations recently trained workers in trades report in the census
Track the gender ratio of recently trained trades workers
See how many undertutilised persons go on to find careers in the trades