Training Opportunities: Exploring what Happens Two Months Later
This project examines the employment outcomes of graduates of the Training Opportunities programme, a programme designed to move those at risk of long-term unemployment into sustainable employment through work skills training. It explores the destinations of graduates two months after completion of the programme.
Analysis of the Training Opportunities administrative dataset to examine the influence of a number of variables on the destinations of graduates. The variables explored were: credits achieved per week, region, employment history, course major field, education history, year, ethnicity, training provider type, placement order, and gender.
Mahoney, P. (2010). Training opportunities: Exploring what happens two months later. Wellington, New Zealand: Ministry of Education, Tertiary Sector Performance Analysis and Reporting. Retrieved December 23, 2010, from http://www.educationcounts.govt.nz/__data/assets/pdf_file/0014/70502/Training-Opportunities-modelling-two-month-outcomesC.pdf