Apprentices are the most likely to go on to sustained positive destinations, and have their wages grow faster than other FE learners, according to new statistics from the Department for Education published today. Tes reports.
The survey on outcome-based success measures in further education, which considered statistics from academic years 2013-14 to 2016-17, also revealed that there is a 30 percentage gap between learners who were on benefits during their study, and those who were not, in terms if sustained positive destinations.
91 per cent of apprentices went on to sustained positive destinations
Apprentices are more likely to go on to a sustained positive destination than those in FE and skills or on a traineeship, the data released by the DfE has revealed.
Wages grow faster for apprenticeship achievers
At most levels, wages grow faster for apprenticeship achievers than FE and skills achievers.
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