CAF-FCA research addresses the needs, interests and priorities of the apprenticeship community, providing insights that inform the programs, policies and practices of Canadian apprenticeship stakeholders.

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This report provides an overview of the resources available to analyze graduate outcomes.

This report outlines the costs and benefits of apprenticeship for individuals who attend private training providers.

This report describes successful Essential Skills and Apprenticeship initiatives across the country.

Based on a survey with apprentices in colleges from across the country, this report outlines the costs and benefits of apprenticeship for the individual.

This report provides data on 15 trades, outlining the costs and benefits to the employer when hiring and training apprentices.

This study sets out to identify the perceptions and attitudes of youth and their influencers towards skilled trades and apprenticeship.

This resource acts as a guide for employers considering the establishment of an apprenticeship program, with tips, tools and worksheets.

This report identifies the major barriers that prevent individuals from pursuing and completing apprenticeship training.