Data set from Apprenticeships in England by industry characteristics

Table 4B Apprenticeship starts between 201213 and 201920 with learner characteristics - Level, gender and age band

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Data covering the industry characteristics of apprenticeship starts in England, where a match has been made between the ILR and the ONS IDBR.

Broken down by age band, levy status, level, enterprise sector, gender and standard classification. 

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Further education
Apprenticeships in England by industry characteristics
Release type
Geographic levels
  • Number of apprenticeship starts
  • Percentage of apprenticeship starts
  • Age band
  • Apprenticeship standard
  • ASA levy supported
Time period
2012/13 to 2019/20

Data set preview

Table showing first 5 rows, from underlying data
201920Academic yearNationalE92000001EnglandTotalTotalTotalTotalTotalTotal301410100
201920Academic yearNationalE92000001EnglandTotalTotalTotalTotalTotalOther7532024.9888857186
201920Academic yearNationalE92000001EnglandTotalTotalTotalTotalTotalStandard22609075.0111142813
201920Academic yearNationalE92000001EnglandTotalTotalTotalTotalOtherTotal10193033.8169428095
201920Academic yearNationalE92000001EnglandTotalTotalTotalTotalOtherOther3609011.9722375204

Variables in this data set

Table showing first 5 of 8 variables
Variable nameVariable description
AgeAge band
ASALevySupportedASA levy supported
NumberofStartsNumber of apprenticeship starts
PercentageofStartsPercentage of apprenticeship starts


  1. Percentages are rounded to one decimal place and are calculated on unrounded volumes.
  2. 2019/20 apprenticeship starts supported by ASA levy funds are currently classed as provisional and an amended methodology has been applied to this year only. Therefore, 2019/20 figures are not directly comparable to previous years. See methodology note for more information.

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