Research and analysis

Apprenticeships survey: responses from learners

Analyses the findings of a 2011 survey of people undertaking or having recently completed an apprenticeship. BIS research paper number 76.



This research paper analyses the findings of a telephone survey, conducted in late 2011, of 5,000 individuals that were undertaking an apprenticeship or had completed an apprenticeship in the previous 12 months. It covers motivations, quality of training, and the skills, employment and earning potential impact.

The underlying data for this publication is available in a machine processable format from See also the evaluation from the employers’ perspective.