Only 12% of apprentices start training the year after finishing secondary school.
Analyse the effectiveness of BCATS in guiding students towards trades training
Analyse the effectiveness of electrotechnology unit standards in guiding students toward training
Analyse the effectiveness of engineering gateway unit standards in guiding students towards trades training
The food and fibre sectors are facing a growing shortage of workers. The solution may not lie with secondary school graduates.
Investigate how trades workers are moving within, and out of New Zealand
Compare how outcomes compare between different talent sources of new entrants
Investigate the demographic breakdown of new talent into select New Zealand sectors
In this report we test the correlation of various characteristics with retention rates
Explore additional outcomes of BCATS students between their transition into and out of training
Investigate the talent pools that the trades source its new workers from
Gain insights into school leavers engagement with construction employment and training
Investigate the regional and construction sector destinations of SIT and OP graduates
Increasing the portion of women beneficiates that become construction workers, especially considering there is a higher absolute number of women beneficiaries, could be a fruitful source of construction workers.
Get insights into the construction workforce down to the territorial authority level
Investigate nationality, experience, and visa type of the migrant construction workforce
Investigate the number of construction employees working with visas
Drill down to territorial authority level of visa workers in construction
See what nations visa workers for construction arrive from
See how long visa workers have been working in their industry for