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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.
The total and new apprentices registered for the most recent calendar year in each branch of the trades that have branches.
The combined number of apprentices certified and individuals issued qualification certificates by trade and by year for the the last six calendar years. Includes averages and per cent changes.
The number of individuals in high school registered in the RAP, the number of individuals who participated in RAP in high school who are now registered in a regular apprenticeship program, and the number of individuals who participated in RAP and have since become certified. The data is presented by trade for the most recent calendar year.
Public Opinion Research Results
According to the Government of Canada’s Communications Policy, federal government advertising valued at more than $1 million must be assessed post-campaign to determine its impact and value. The purpose of this research was to evaluate the “Canada Apprentice Loan” advertising campaign using the Government of Canada’s standardized Advertising Campaign Evaluation Tool, or ACET survey.
The specific objectives of this research were to measure:
unaided recall of the advertising campaign;
aided recall of the advertising campaign by media;
recall of key messages of the campaign; and
awareness of who was responsible for producing the ads.
The results will be used by the Government of Canada to assess the effectiveness of the Canada Apprentice Loan advertisements.
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.
- 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.
Number of certificates granted to registered apprentices and trade qualifiers in the top ten Red Seal trades in 2014 by age group, sex and certificate type group (with or without Red Seal endorsement), Canada, provinces and territories.
Registered private career colleges and programs.