Top 5 Apprenticeship Sectors
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National Apprenticeship Week 2015 - Apprenticeship Statistics

Take a look at how apprenticeships are contributing to the economy, helping companies and allowing young people to earn a qualification while they work.
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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  • 1. Top 5 Apprenticeship Sectors With so many different apprenticeship courses available, apprentices have a wide array of sectors to choose from. These were the most popular last year: Business, Administration & Law Health, Public Services & Care Retail & Commercial Enterprise Engineering & Manufacturing Construction Last year, the North West was the most popular region for apprenticeship starts in the UK with 72,000 starts last year, followed by the South East with 60,000 starts. Statistics & figures obtained from: parliament.uk - http://www.parliament.uk/business/publications/research/briefing-papers/SN06113/apprenticeship-statistics gov.uk - https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/399656/App_Week_Toolkit_ Employers_290115_15.pdf House Of Commons Library - Standard Note SN/EP/6113 170 The number of indutries which support apprenticeships £214 The average increase reported by businesses after hiring apprentices 1500 The number of apprenticeship courses available in the UK 72,000 The number of people who started apprenticeships in the North West 440,000 £1.5 Billion Number of apprenticeship starts in the UK Pounds invested towards apprenticeships by the Government Most popular regions UK Apprenticeships An insight into apprentices, the benefits they bring and their impact on the economy. Since 2010, there have been 2 Millionapprenticeships in the UK. Did you know? 100 years ago apprentices could be summoned to court for being idle or having a bad attitude. Women take up 55% of apprenticeships in the UK, compared to men who take up 45%. Battle Of The Sexes The BIG Statistics from 2014