- 69.0% of international onshore qualification completers undertook training for employment-related reasons,
26.7% for personal reasons, and 4.2% for further study reasons
- The main reason for training reported in 2020 was to 'develop or start my own business', up 3.2 percentage points from 2019.
To 'get a job' decreased by 4.5 percentage points from 2019.
- 87.7% achieved their main reason for training,
down 1.1 percentage points from 2019
- 53.7% had an improved employment status after training,
down 4.0 percentage points from 2019
- Of those who were employed after training, 68.3% had their hours reduced after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic
- 83.7% were satisfied with the overall quality of training, down 0.8 percentage points from 2019.
Main reason for training
Barriers to employment
Effect of COVID-19
Further study outcomes
Satisfaction with training
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