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1 Apprentices and Progression Research Evidence 2011 Hugh Joslin Sharon Smith

2 Context for the Research Kent and Medway LLN – Vocational Progression University of Greenwich – Higher Apprenticeships The issue of progression for Apprentices – Skills – Social Mobility – Access to the Professions

3 Explore Key findings Progression rates of four cohorts and timing of progression Non prescribed HE and HEFCE funded HE comparison Differences in progression rates by advanced level apprentice framework Regional variations in progression rates Disadvantaged profile of advanced level apprentice learners and progression rates by disadvantaged groups

4 Advanced Level Apprentice Trends (numbers)

5 Growth by age group and HE Funding type Growth in numbers of Advanced Level Apprentices and progression type Number diff to Growth Advanced Level Apprentice numbers Non prescribed HE HEFCE funded HEAll HE years2,33549%23%194%95% years3,09513%11%102%46% 25 years+6,080165%380%236%268% All11,51036%22%136%70%

6 Cohort Progression rates and timing

7 Progression timing and HE funded type

8 HE Programme Type

9 Geographical differences

10 Progression breakdown by Provider Category and Region

11 Advanced Level Apprentices Popular HE Institutions cohort who progressed to HEFCE funded HE

12 Framework Breakdown

13 HE providers and frameworks (top 10) Framework % of total who progressed to InstitutionFramework % of total who progressed to InstitutionFramework % of total who progressed to InstitutionFramework % of total who progressed to Institution University AUniversity BUniversity CUniversity D Children's Care Learning and Development22% Business Administration18% Health and Social Care17%Health and Social Care21% Business Administration14% Health and Social Care11% Business Administration12% Children's Care Learning and Development10% Hospitality and Catering8%Engineering10%Construction11%Customer Service7% Customer Service7%Customer Service6%Dental Nursing8%Engineering7% Communications Technologies (Telecoms)6% Engineering Technology6% Children's Care Learning and Development7%Hospitality and Catering7% Engineering Technology4%Textiles6%Marine Industry7%Marine Industry7% Automotive Industry4%Accountancy5%Engineering6% Travel and Tourism Services Leisure and Business5% Engineering4% IT Services and Development5% Communications Technologies (Telecoms)3%Accountancy3% Health and Social Care4% Children's Care Learning and Development3%Customer Service3% Active Leisure and Learning3% Textiles3%Construction3% Engineering Technology3%Business Administration3%

14 Deprivation Profile

15 Geography and progression by deprivation profile

16 Group Discussion themes Are there other research questions we ought to consider? More in depth analysis: – How useful would sector analyses be? – How useful would regional analyses be? – Would there be interest in institutional analyses? Continuation of the research (BIS)


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