Concepts




Apprenticeship training


In the statistics on vocational education, apprenticeship training refers to apprenticeship training leading to a vocational qualification. Apprenticeship training is a work-dominated form of studying in which the majority of vocational skills are learned at a workplace and then supplemented with theoretic knowledge studies, usually at an educational institution.

Apprenticeship training leads to the same initial vocational qualifications as vocational training organised in educational institutions. Further and specialist vocational qualifications can also be attained through apprenticeship training.



Topic

Validity of the definition

  • Valid until (31 December 2078)
  • Apprenticeship training refers to both apprenticeship training leading to a qualification and apprenticeship training not leading to a qualification. Apprenticeship training is a work-dominated form of studying in which the majority of vocational skills are learned at a workplace and then supplemented with theoretic knowledge studies, usually at an educational institution. Apprenticeship training leads to the same initial vocational qualifications as vocational training organised in educational institutions. Further and specialist vocational qualifications can also be attained through apprenticeship training.



    Statistics using the definition

    Topic

    Validity of the definition

    • 1 January 1997 - 31 December 2003

Source organisation

  • Tilastokeskus

Jaa