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ID #:   1878
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Description:   These detailed statistical indicators of education in Canada cover various aspects of the elementary, secondary and postsecondary education, such as enrolment, student-educator ratio [teachers], graduation and human resources, as well as the financing of the education systems in Canada.

Includes access to computers at home [computer ownership] and in school, transitions from high school to postsecondary education and work, and provides information on labour market outcomes by level of education, participation rates and graduation data for apprenticeship programs, colleges, and universities, trends in public and private expenditures on education, examines the distribution of capital and operating expenditures, and reports on student debt [student loans]

% of the school-age population (ages 5 to 24) in low income, by type of living arrangement, Canada and provinces, 1990, 1995, 2000, and 2003 to 2007.

Average undergraduate and graduate univeristy tuition fees, Educational status of 18 to 20 year olds (High school non-completers, continuers, graduates, Postsecondary non-continuers, continuers, % of 26 to 28 year olds who ever left high school [school leavers / dropouts], % of 18- to 20-year old high-school leavers in 1999 who later reported additional education.

Adult education and training (number o fhours, reasons for unmet job-related training needs/wants, participation rate)

 
Publication Date:   6/15/2010
Frequency:   Current
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, some provincial detail
 
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Posted/Updated:   6/16/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39269745
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Description:   This report looks at completion and discontinuation rates of registered apprentices. Includes: Distribution of new apprentices by sex, major trade group and province, Distribution of new apprentices by age group at registration, Distribution of completers and median time spent in program, by age group, Characteristics of completers, Distribution and characteristics of discontinuers, Distribution of certificate of apprenticeship holders by time spent in program [apprenticeship]
 
Publication Date:   3/31/2010
Frequency:    
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, provinces
 
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Posted/Updated:   3/31/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39269570
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Description:   Article examines apprenticeships in Canada. Includes: Trends in the total number of registered apprentices, by major trade group, Completions by major trade group, Completions by gender, Completions by age group, Certification, Certificates by major trade group, Certification and women, Certification by age group.
 
Publication Date:   2/25/2010
Frequency:    
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   2/25/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39262535
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Description:   Construction labour requirements forecast for Ontario and provinces. Includes forecast of GDP growth, Key economic indicator forecasts, Residential investment growth, Non-Residential investment growth, Employment changes by detailed trade/occupation, Apprenticeship registrations & completions, Replacement demand (retirements) by detailed trade/occupation, Labour force, employment and excess supply rate.

Covers:

  • Contractors and supervisors
  • Crane operators
  • Drillers and blasters - construction
  • Electricians (including industrial and power system)
  • Elevator constructors and mechanics
  • Floor covering installers
  • Gasfitters
  • Glaziers
  • Heavy equipment operators (except crane)
  • Heavy-duty equipment mechanics
  • Industrial Instrument Technicians and Mechanics
  • Insulators
  • Ironworkers and structural metal fabricators and fitters
  • Painters and decorators
  • Plasterers, drywall installers and finishers, and lathers
  • Plumbers
  • Refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics
  • Residential and commercial installers and servicers
  • Residential home builders and renovators
  • Roofers and shinglers
  • Sheet metal workers
  • Steamfitters, pipefitters and sprinkler system installers
  • Tilesetters
  • Trades helpers and labourers
  • Truck drivers
  • Welders and related machine operators
 
Publication Date:   7/6/2009
Frequency:   Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Ontario
 
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Posted/Updated:   7/27/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39262534
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Description:   Construction labour requirements forecast for Manitoba and provinces 2009-2017. Includes forecast of GDP growth, Key economic indicator forecasts, Residential investment growth, Non-Residential investment growth, Employment changes by detailed trade/occupation, Apprenticeship registrations & completions, Replacement demand (retirements) by detailed trade/occupation, Labour force, employment and excess supply rate.

Covers:

  • Contractors and supervisors
  • Crane operators
  • Drillers and blasters - construction
  • Electricians (including industrial and power system)
  • Elevator constructors and mechanics
  • Floor covering installers
  • Gasfitters
  • Glaziers
  • Heavy equipment operators (except crane)
  • Heavy-duty equipment mechanics
  • Industrial Instrument Technicians and Mechanics
  • Insulators
  • Ironworkers and structural metal fabricators and fitters
  • Painters and decorators
  • Plasterers, drywall installers and finishers, and lathers
  • Plumbers
  • Refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics
  • Residential and commercial installers and servicers
  • Residential home builders and renovators
  • Roofers and shinglers
  • Sheet metal workers
  • Steamfitters, pipefitters and sprinkler system installers
  • Tilesetters
  • Trades helpers and labourers
  • Truck drivers
  • Welders and related machine operators
 
Publication Date:   6/23/2009
Frequency:   Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Manitoba
 
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Posted/Updated:   6/26/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39262255
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Description:   Construction labour requirements forecast for Alberta and provinces. Includes forecast of GDP growth, Key economic indicator forecasts, Residential investment growth, Non-Residential investment growth, Employment changes by detailed trade/occupation, Apprenticeship registrations & completions, Replacement demand (retirements) by detailed trade/occupation, Labour force, employment and excess supply rate.

Covers:

  • Contractors and supervisors
  • Crane operators
  • Drillers and blasters - construction
  • Electricians (including industrial and power system)
  • Elevator constructors and mechanics
  • Floor covering installers
  • Gasfitters
  • Glaziers
  • Heavy equipment operators (except crane)
  • Heavy-duty equipment mechanics
  • Industrial Instrument Technicians and Mechanics
  • Insulators
  • Ironworkers and structural metal fabricators and fitters
  • Painters and decorators
  • Plasterers, drywall installers and finishers, and lathers
  • Plumbers
  • Refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics
  • Residential and commercial installers and servicers
  • Residential home builders and renovators
  • Roofers and shinglers
  • Sheet metal workers
  • Steamfitters, pipefitters and sprinkler system installers
  • Tilesetters
  • Trades helpers and labourers
  • Truck drivers
  • Welders and related machine operators
 
Publication Date:   6/22/2009
Frequency:   Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Alberta
 
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Posted/Updated:   6/26/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39262544
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Description:   Construction labour requirements forecast for Saskatchewan and provinces 2009-2017. Includes forecast of GDP growth, Key economic indicator forecasts, Residential investment growth, Non-Residential investment growth, Employment changes by detailed trade/occupation, Apprenticeship registrations & completions, Replacement demand (retirements) by detailed trade/occupation, Labour force, employment and excess supply rate.

Covers:

  • Contractors and supervisors
  • Crane operators
  • Drillers and blasters - construction
  • Electricians (including industrial and power system)
  • Elevator constructors and mechanics
  • Floor covering installers
  • Gasfitters
  • Glaziers
  • Heavy equipment operators (except crane)
  • Heavy-duty equipment mechanics
  • Industrial Instrument Technicians and Mechanics
  • Insulators
  • Ironworkers and structural metal fabricators and fitters
  • Painters and decorators
  • Plasterers, drywall installers and finishers, and lathers
  • Plumbers
  • Refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics
  • Residential and commercial installers and servicers
  • Residential home builders and renovators
  • Roofers and shinglers
  • Sheet metal workers
  • Steamfitters, pipefitters and sprinkler system installers
  • Tilesetters
  • Trades helpers and labourers
  • Truck drivers
  • Welders and related machine operators
 
Publication Date:   6/1/2009
Frequency:   Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Saskatchewan
 
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Posted/Updated:   6/28/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39268893
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Description:   Feedback from Canada’s apprenticeship stakeholders on the barriers to completing and accessing apprenticeship training.
 
Publication Date:   5/1/2009
Frequency:    
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   10/2/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39267305
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Description:   Vocational training education expenditures, by type of program and direct source of funds (Human resource training programs, Vocational and occupational training programs, Business colleges, private trade schools and other private schools)

Trade and vocational training education expenditures, by type of program (Institutions and apprenticeship programs, Grants to industry, Student support programs, Capital, human resource training programs, Nursing assistants, Language courses, Reform schools and penitentiaries, Private business colleges, private trade schools and other private

 
Publication Date:   2/3/2009
Frequency:   Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, Provinces
 
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Posted/Updated:   2/3/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39267194
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Description:   Registrations and completions in apprenticeship programs by gender, and major trade group (Building construction trades, Electrical, electronics and related, Food and service trades, Industrial and mechanical trades, Metal fabricating trades, Motor vehicle and heavy equipment)
 
Publication Date:   9/19/2008
Frequency:   Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   9/21/2008
 
 
 
ID #:   39267179
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Description:   The report looks at factors affecting the completion, certification and transition of apprentices to the labour market. Does not include trade specific data.

Includes : Province and territory of registration in the apprenticeship program, Marital status of the apprentice before and after the apprenticeship program, Demographic characteristics by apprentice status, Main factors that influenced the interest of the apprentice in their trade by apprentice status, Percentages of apprentices who had difficulty finding an employer for the first apprenticeship program

Obstacles encountered during the apprenticeship program, Change of employer during apprenticeship program , Reasons for changing employers, Main reason discontinuers did not complete apprenticeship program, Hourly wages for most recent job held by apprentice status

Differences in the status of the apprentice between 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2007 by gender, immigrant status, Aboriginal status, Longest duration without supervision by apprentice status, Quality of on the job training received, Quality of technical training received, Distribution of union participation [unionized]

 
Publication Date:   9/16/2008
Frequency:    
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, provinces
 
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Posted/Updated:   9/17/2008
 
 
 
ID #:   39262536
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Description:   Construction labour requirements forecast for Atlantic Canada and provinces 2009-2017. Includes forecast of GDP growth, Key economic indicator forecasts, Residential investment growth, Non-Residential investment growth, Employment changes by detailed trade/occupation, Apprenticeship registrations & completions, Replacement demand (retirements) by detailed trade/occupation, Labour force, employment and excess supply rate.

Covers:

  • Contractors and supervisors
  • Crane operators
  • Drillers and blasters - construction
  • Electricians (including industrial and power system)
  • Elevator constructors and mechanics
  • Floor covering installers
  • Gasfitters
  • Glaziers
  • Heavy equipment operators (except crane)
  • Heavy-duty equipment mechanics
  • Industrial Instrument Technicians and Mechanics
  • Insulators
  • Ironworkers and structural metal fabricators and fitters
  • Painters and decorators
  • Plasterers, drywall installers and finishers, and lathers
  • Plumbers
  • Refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics
  • Residential and commercial installers and servicers
  • Residential home builders and renovators
  • Roofers and shinglers
  • Sheet metal workers
  • Steamfitters, pipefitters and sprinkler system installers
  • Tilesetters
  • Trades helpers and labourers
  • Truck drivers
  • Welders and related machine operators
 
Publication Date:   6/25/2008
Frequency:   Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Atlantic Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   7/7/2008
 
 
 
ID #:   39262778
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Description:   Construction labour requirements forecast for Quebec and provinces 2008-2016. Includes forecast of GDP growth, Key economic indicator forecasts, Residential investment growth, Non-Residential investment growth, Employment changes by detailed trade/occupation, Apprenticeship registrations & completions, Replacement demand (retirements) by detailed trade/occupation, Labour force, employment and excess supply rate.

Covers:

  • Contractors and supervisors
  • Crane operators
  • Drillers and blasters - construction
  • Electricians (including industrial and power system)
  • Elevator constructors and mechanics
  • Floor covering installers
  • Gasfitters
  • Glaziers
  • Heavy equipment operators (except crane)
  • Heavy-duty equipment mechanics
  • Industrial Instrument Technicians and Mechanics
  • Insulators
  • Ironworkers and structural metal fabricators and fitters
  • Painters and decorators
  • Plasterers, drywall installers and finishers, and lathers
  • Plumbers
  • Refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics
  • Residential and commercial installers and servicers
  • Residential home builders and renovators
  • Roofers and shinglers
  • Sheet metal workers
  • Steamfitters, pipefitters and sprinkler system installers
  • Tilesetters
  • Trades helpers and labourers
  • Truck drivers
  • Welders and related machine operators
 
Publication Date:   6/25/2008
Frequency:   Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Quebec
 
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Posted/Updated:   7/7/2008
 
 
 
ID #:   39262545
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Description:   Construction labour requirements forecast for British Columbia and provinces 2009-2017. Includes forecast of GDP growth, Key economic indicator forecasts, Residential investment growth, Non-Residential investment growth, Employment changes by detailed trade/occupation, Apprenticeship registrations & completions, Replacement demand (retirements) by detailed trade/occupation , Labour force, employment and excess supply rate.

Covers:

  • Contractors and supervisors
  • Crane operators
  • Drillers and blasters - construction
  • Electricians (including industrial and power system)
  • Elevator constructors and mechanics
  • Floor covering installers
  • Gasfitters
  • Glaziers
  • Heavy equipment operators (except crane)
  • Heavy-duty equipment mechanics
  • Industrial Instrument Technicians and Mechanics
  • Insulators
  • Ironworkers and structural metal fabricators and fitters
  • Painters and decorators
  • Plasterers, drywall installers and finishers, and lathers
  • Plumbers
  • Refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics
  • Residential and commercial installers and servicers
  • Residential home builders and renovators
  • Roofers and shinglers
  • Sheet metal workers
  • Steamfitters, pipefitters and sprinkler system installers
  • Tilesetters
  • Trades helpers and labourers
  • Truck drivers
  • Welders and related machine operators
 
Publication Date:   6/1/2008
Frequency:   Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   B.C.
 
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Posted/Updated:   6/17/2008
 
 
 
ID #:   39266367
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Description:   This study examines the completion and discontinuation trends in apprenticeship programs in Canada for the 1993 cohort of apprentices and compares the results with those for the 1992 cohort.

Includes: Completion rates by major trade groups, Characteristics of completion (age group and trade group), Distribution of certified apprentices by duration for certification

 
Publication Date:   4/15/2008
Frequency:    
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   New Brunswick, Ontario, Alberta
 
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Posted/Updated:   4/15/2008
 
 
 
ID #:   39266251
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Description:   profile of apprentices enrolled in classroom training at publicly funded Canadian colleges and institutes and private training providers.

Includes: Median direct and indirect apprenticeship costs by age bracket, Distribution of time taken to find a sponsor, in months, Perceived importance of selected factors in explaining difficulties of finding an employer sponsor, Wages and working hours before, during, and after an apprenticeship, Apprenticeship as the first choice after high school, Frequency of receiving positive counselling on apprenticeship

 
Publication Date:   3/31/2008
Frequency:    
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   4/1/2008
 
 
 
ID #:   39266150
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Description:   Survey of Canadian CEOs and business leaders on workforce challenges and the fall of the U.S. Recession. Includes: In which of the following areas do you foresee the biggest problems in replenishing our aging workforce? (Skilled technical workforce, Senior management, Managing operations, R&D, Sales and marketing, Finance, IT, HR)

Please score each of these possible solutions on a 7 point scale (Investing in in-house training, Recruiting through postsecondary institutions and apprenticeship programs, Keeping employees past normal retirement age, Hiring immigrants, Recruiting abroad), Preferred government investments to solve the problem

What impact will the U.S. economic downturn have on the Canadian economy? What is the greatest challenge for export-oriented and domestic-focused firms

Opinions on family businesses: % agree - Families will always be essential for creating start-up enterprises, Large companies are better left to impersonal non-family managers to run, Comparing family and non-family businesses of the same size, which do you see as having more difficult succession problems

 
Publication Date:   3/13/2008
Frequency:    
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   3/13/2008
 
 
 
ID #:   39266061
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Description:   Canadian population by educational attainment (Highest Certificate, Diploma or Degree] by age group and sex

High school certificate or equivalent, Non-university certificate or diploma, Apprenticeship or trades certificate or diploma, College, CEGEP or other non-university certificate or diploma, University certificate, diploma or degree, University certificate or diploma below bachelor level, University certificate or degree, Bachelor's degree, University certificate or diploma above bachelor level, Degree in medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine or optometry, Master's degree, Earned doctorate

 
Publication Date:   3/4/2008
Frequency:   Every five years
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, provinces, metropolitan areas
 
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Posted/Updated:   3/4/2008
 
 
 
ID #:   39266060
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Description:   Canadian population by Major field of study of the highest certificate, diploma or degree completed by Age group and Sex

Covers: Education, Visual and performing arts, and communications technologies, Humanities, Social and behavioural sciences and law, Business, management and public administration, Physical and life sciences and technologies, Mathematics, computer and information sciences, Architecture, engineering, and related technologies, Agriculture, natural resources and conservation, Health, parks, recreation and fitness, Personal, protective and transportation services, Other fields of study

Non-university certificate or diploma, Apprenticeship or trades certificate or diploma, College, CEGEP or other non-university certificate or diploma, University certificate, diploma or degree, University certificate or diploma below bachelor level, University certificate or degree Bachelor's degree, University certificate or diploma above bachelor level, Degree in medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine or optometry, Master's degree, Earned doctorate

 
Publication Date:   3/4/2008
Frequency:   Every five years
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, provinces, metropolitan areas
 
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Posted/Updated:   3/4/2008
 
 
 
ID #:   39266043
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Description:   Language most often used at work (English, French, Non-official language) by mother tongue (English, French, Non-official language) and Educational attainment (No certificate, diploma or degree, High school certificate or equivalent, Apprenticeship or trades certificate or diploma, College, CEGEP or other non-university certificate or diploma, University certificate or diploma below the bachelor level, University certificate, diploma or degree
 
Publication Date:   3/4/2008
Frequency:   Every five years
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, provinces, metropolitan areas
 
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Posted/Updated:   3/4/2008
 
 
 
ID #:   39265395
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Description:   Registrations and completions in apprenticeship programs by gender, and major trade group (Building construction trades, Electrical, electronics and related, Food and service trades, Industrial and mechanical trades, Metal fabricating trades, Motor vehicle and heavy equipment)
 
Publication Date:   11/15/2007
Frequency:   Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   11/17/2007
 
 
 
ID #:   39264856
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Description:   Poll on Canadian attitudes towards work. Includes: When you were a child, what did you want to be when you grew up? And are you presently working in any of these occupations? And would you say that you are presently working in your ‘dream job'?

Did you go to school or through an apprenticeship or training program to prepare yourself for work in a specific field? And are you working in a job that you went to school or acquired training for? Are you currently thinking about changing your current job, but staying in your field? Are you currently thinking about changing your entire career choice?

Please rank the following considerations when looking for a job: Salary, Flexible hours, Vacation time, Positive work environment, Rewards and perks, Job is close to where I live

What is the extent to which you agree with the following statements: I work to live, I live to work, I like my boss, I hate my boss, I wish I could work fewer hours, I am burned out by my work load, I find it difficult to balance my work time and family time [work-life balance]

Results by gender, age group, education, province, income, kids/no kids

 
Publication Date:   8/13/2007
Frequency:    
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, provinces
 
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Posted/Updated:   8/13/2007
 
 
 
ID #:   39264598
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Description:   Survey of Grade 12 students in New Brunswick, Alberta, Manitoba and Saskatchewan on their post-high school experience of students. Includes: Top barriers to accessing post-secondary education (Financial issues, Undecided on career, Employment, Lack of interest, Personal/family issues, Entrance requirements), Top barriers to continuing post-secondary education (Lost interest in the program, Program did not meet expectations, financial issues, undecided on career, difficulty of program, personal/family issues, Employment)

Awareness of student loans and financial barriers to PSE, Future education/training aspirations for Post-secondary continuers, Post-secondary non-attendees, Post-secondary completers, Post-secondary school leavers [drop-outs] - (Certificate or diploma, Journeyperson certificate, Bachelor’s degree, Masters degree/Ph.D., Professional degree designation, Not interested/not sure

Financial reasons for discontinuing or not entering post-secondary education among those citing financial barriers, Primary source of financial support for post-secondary education [e.g. student loans, employment income, family support, personal savings]

High school grades and post-secondary participation, How high school could better prepare students for post-secondary education, Sources of social support for post-secondary decisions

Participation in post-secondary education: aboriginal and non-aboriginal students, Primary source of financial support for post-secondary education: aboriginal and non-aboriginal students

Top reasons for choice of program by level (Family influence and support, Reputation of institution or program, Availability of desired program, Located in or close to hometown), Top financial reasons for choice of program (Total cost of education, including living/housing, tuition, books, etc., Tuition fees, Availability of work terms/co-op programs, Length of the course or program, High school grades by type of program (university, community college, private vocational/training, apprenticeship), Timing (Grade level) of post-secondary program decision

 
Publication Date:   6/15/2007
Frequency:    
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   New Brunswick, Alberta, Manitoba and Saskatchewan (Combined)
 
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Posted/Updated:   6/15/2007
 
 
 
ID #:   39264046
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Description:   Survey of small and medium-sized business in Ontario on labour shortages and apprenticeship programs. Includes: What type of worker is your business in greatest need of? Why did you decide to train apprentices? What are the main challenges faced by your business in providing apprenticeship training?

How satisfied are you with the job the following educational institutions are doing in preparing or retraining workers for employment in your firm? (High School, Colleges, University, Private Training Institution, Trades & technical schools)

Have you hired any of your apprentices after they completed their trades training?

Survey of apprentices: What are the best advantages of having a skilled trade certification? To what extent was your in-class training program helpful to your job? What are the biggest challenges for apprentices? Which source of information about career in the trades was the most helpful to you?

What key strategies should the Ontario government adopt to address the shortage of qualified tradespersons?

 
Publication Date:   2/26/2007
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Geography:   Ontario
 
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Posted/Updated:   2/27/2007
 
 
 
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Description:   This report examines the challenges confronting the post-secondary education (PSE) sector in Canada. Includes: Labour-market supply/demand match, Apprenticeship entrants and completions, Literacy levels, Graduate and employer satisfaction

Gross expenditures on R&D (GERD) as percentage of GDP, Higher education expenditures on R&D (HERD) as percentage of GDP, PSE enrolment and graduates in math, physical sciences, engineering and computing sciences, Researchers and R&D personnel, Percentage of donating and average amount donated, 2004 (by education level)

Funding per student, Graduation and dropout rates, Student assessment of quality/satisfaction, Educational attainment, Participation rates, Public expenditures on post-secondary education and training, Public opinion on PSE access

High-school completion rates, High-school dropout rates (school leavers), PSE participation of underrepresented groups.

Adult literacy levels, Participation in adult education and training, Adult learners in job-related training, Employer support for training, Unmet needs, Public perceptions of affordability, Cost of PSE to individuals, Student debt and sources of income.

 
Publication Date:   12/7/2006
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   12/8/2006
 
 
 
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