Apprenticeships - Impact Measures

The four priority sectors of Digital and Creative; Business, Professional and Financial Services; Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing; and Construction accounted for just under 2,500 Apprentices, or about 25% of all Apprentices.

Number of adult Apprenticeship learners by priority sector

Graph showing number of adult Apprenticeship learners by priority sector

Number of adult Apprenticeship learners in the Digital Creative sector by Level

Graph showing number of adult Apprenticeship learners in the Digital Creative sector by Level

145 Apprentices learners were enrolled within the Digital and Creative sector of which about almost six in ten were on level 3 training, 11% on level 4, 20% on level 2, with the remaining 10% unknown.

Number of adult Apprenticeship learners in the Business, Professional and Financial Services sector by Level

Graph showing number of adult Apprenticeship learners in the Business, Professional and Financial Services sector by Level

468 Apprentices were enrolled within the Business, Professional and Financial Services sector of which four in ten were on level 3 courses, 22% on level 4 and 38% on level 2.

Number of adult Apprenticeship learners in the Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing sector by Level

Graph showing number of adult Apprenticeship learners in the Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing sector by Level

863 Apprentices were enrolled within the Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing sector, of which more than half were on level 3 training, 7% on level 4 and 30% on level 2, with the remaining 8% unknown.

Number of adult Apprenticeship learners in the Construction sector by Level

Graph showing number of adult Apprenticeship learners in the Construction sector by Level

About 900 Apprentices were enrolled within the Construction sector, of which 44% were on level 3 training, 3% on level 4 and 48% on level 2, with the remaining 4% unknown.

Top 10 Apprenticeship level 2+ programmes

Within each of these four priority sectors analysis of the top 10 Apprentice learning aims in terms of the number of enrolments indicates that these specific learning aims account for a significant proportion of all enrolments within these sectors.

Top 10 Apprenticeship level 2+ programmes – Digital and Creative (No of enrolments)

Graph showing top 10 Apprenticeship level 2+ programmes – Digital and Creative

Top 10 Apprenticeship level 2+ programmes – Business, Financial and Professional (No of enrolments)

Graph showing top 10 Apprenticeship level 2+ programmes – Business, Financial and Professional

Top 10 Apprenticeship level 2+ programmes – Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing (No of enrolments)

Graph showing top 10 Apprenticeship level 2+ programmes – Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing

Top 10 Apprenticeship level 2+ programmes – Construction (No of enrolments)

Graph showing top 10 Apprenticeship level 2+ programmes – Construction