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The total number of apprentices registered by trade and by year for the last six calendar years. Includes averages and per cent changes.
An overview of apprenticeship (total and new registrations) and labour force statistics (labour force, number employed and unemployed, and unemployment rate) for the last six calendar years. Includes per cent change.
These tables contain statistical information on Canadian registered trade completers gathered between three and seven years after completing their education. The three tables in the dataset focus on the registered trade completers’ satisfaction with their current job security, their satisfaction with their earnings from their current job, and their pursuit of further training or education after completion. The data was extracted by Statistics Canada and modified by Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC). Statistical information on registered trade completers is reported at the national level by trade field of study.
The number of new apprentices registered by trade in each of the last six calendar years. Includes averages and per cent changes.
- Individuals issued more than one certificate in 2012 are counted here only once. ** Indicates that some, not all, branches of this trade have a Red Seal designation. N/A = Not Applicable. Note 1: This number includes the number of Interprovincial Red Seals Issued to Completed Apprentices and Trainees in 2012 regardless of the year the apprentices or trainees completed their training.
The Apprenticeship Incentive Grant (AIG) is a federal grant program that was implemented in 2007 that provides taxable cash grants of $1,000 (to a maximum of $2,000) to registered Red Seal apprentices who successfully complete their first and/or second year of training. The objectives of the AIG are to: increase access to apprenticeships in Red Seal Program trades; to encourage progression in and completion of apprenticeship training; and promote inter-provincial mobility. A new $2000 Apprenticeship Completion Grant (ACG) was introduced in 2009 to complement the AIG. In 2009 an advertising campaign was launched to raise awareness of the AIG with apprentices and with young adults considering entering into the trades.
The total and new apprentices registered for the most recent calendar year in each branch of the trades that have branches.
Training Schedule is a listing of all in-class training provided to our clients. It lists the location, name of training, level, duration, and dates.
An inventory of essential skills tools and resources available across Canada to support people to improve their skills for careers in the trades. The tools and resources can be used by trade instructors and curriculum developers to integrate essential skills into their training and other support services.
This statistical table illustrates the number of active and retired participants of the Supplementary Death Benefit. The table also illustrates the dollar amount of death benefits paid to men and women. Certain Crown corporations do not offer the Supplementary Death Benefit and it is optional for retirees.