Apprenticeships by occupational area - Kirklees

A snapshot taken in April 2018 showed 1,382 new entrants to work were on apprenticeships

Of those, 309 were on the new apprenticeship standard route and 1,073 were on the 'framework pathway' route.

The 'framework pathways' with the most apprentices were:

Apprenticeship type Female Male Total
Business and administration 82 38 120
Wood occupations   1 86  87
Trowel occupations   58  58
Early years educator 53    53 
Mechanical manufacturing engineering   4 48  52
Performing Engineering Operations   45  45
Hairdressing
41   3  44
Light vehicle
  2 39  41
Plumbing   37  37
Fabrication and welding   2 30  32
Children and young people's workforce 27  2  29
Electrical and electronic engineering
  1 21  22
Engineering maintenance   2 19  21
IT, software, web and telecoms professionals   2 19  21
Electrical installation   17  17
Heavy Vehicle   17  17
Customer Service   9  5  14
Sporting excellence pathway one
  14  14
Health pharmacy services   8  5  13
Horticulture   13   13
Accounting   6  5  11
Adult social care  11    11 
Health dental nursing  10    10
Plastering   10  10
Supporting teaching and learning in schools   9  1  10
Vehicle parts   1  9  10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The standard route with the most apprentices were:

Apprenticeship type Female Male Total
Installation electrician/maintenance electrician   36 36
Engineering technician
 2 31 33
Hair professional 26  4 30
Customer service practitioner 13 11 24
Assistant accountant  4 13 17
Dental nurse 10  3 13
Digital marketer  6  7 13
Motor vehicle service and light vehicle maintenance technician  1 10 11
Hospitality team member  4  5  9
Heavy vehicle service and maintenance technician    8  8
Retailer  2  6  8
Infrastructure technician    7  7
Insurance practitioner  1  6  7
Property maintenance operative    7  7
Adult care worker  6    6
Commis chef  1  5  6
Healthcare support worker  4  1  5
Paralegal  3  2  5
Supply chain warehouse operative    5  5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


The level of apprenticeship that Kirklees 'new entrant' residents were on are:

Apprenticeship level Total
Advanced 424
Intermediate 635
Higher level 4     7
Higher level 5     7
Standards 309 

 







Source: the above information is based on April 2018 ILR (Individual learner record) named data from EFSA (Education and Skills Funding Agency) – the age range covered is for individual residents in Kirklees (age at the start of the current academic year) aged between 16 and 18 years old or 16 and 25 years old, who have declared special educational needs and/or disabilities.

Page updated May 2018

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