Data set from Initial teacher training performance profiles

Table 2) Trainee qualified teacher status and employment outcomes by training route and characteristics

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This national level table contains the qualified teacher status and employment outcomes of postgraduate and undergraduate ITT trainees by route and characteristics. The data in this table covers 2017/18 to 2021/22. For 2021/22, employment numbers and rates are provisional, all other years are revised.


Data set details

Theme
Teachers and school workforce
Publication
Initial teacher training performance profiles
Release type
Geographic levels
National
Indicators
  • Total trainees
  • Awarded QTS
  • Not awarded QTS
Filters
  • Training route
Time period
2017/18 to 2021/22

Data set preview

Table showing first 5 rows, from underlying data
time_periodtime_identifiergeographic_levelcountry_codecountry_nameroutetotal_traineesqts_awardedqts_not_awardedqts_awarded_percentageqts_not_awarded_percentageteaching_state_funded_schoolteaching_state_funded_school_percentagen_trainees_age_u25n_trainees_age_25andovern_trainees_sex_malen_trainees_sex_femalen_trainees_sex_othern_trainees_sex_unknownn_ethnic_asiann_ethnic_blackn_ethnic_mixed_ethnicityn_ethnic_othern_ethnic_whiten_ethnic_unknownn_trainees_disabilityn_trainees_nondisabilityn_trainees_disability_unknownn_trainees_dclass_1stn_trainees_dclass_21n_trainees_dclass_22n_trainees_dclass_othern_trainees_dclass_unknown
201718Academic yearNationalE92000001EnglandHigh Potential ITT14071339689551252948295784209852:7637609116857162119946331102035318
201718Academic yearNationalE92000001EnglandHigher Education Institution124641186160395587927463356129384486173:1302453374161997020414431101292190645423872921141
201718Academic yearNationalE92000001EnglandSchool Centred ITT3312313317995526008312922020108222300:276556028277012326230446607172984311716
201718Academic yearNationalE92000001EnglandSchool Direct (fee-funded)6982665532795555998427064276206249191:36315215856606818564163347127136241599196292
201718Academic yearNationalE92000001EnglandSchool Direct (salaried)26292502127955226090285234473118980:15813190352105110145247953821282671149145

Variables in this data set

Table showing first 5 of 28 variables
Variable nameVariable description
n_ethnic_asianAsian ethnicity
n_ethnic_blackBlack ethnicity
n_ethnic_mixed_ethnicityMixed ethnicity
n_ethnic_otherOther ethnicity
n_ethnic_unknownUnknown ethnicity

Footnotes

  1. Only trainees who have course outcomes are included. Previously, trainees who were 'yet to complete' were included so figures are not comparable with previous publications. Historical figures have been revised in this publication. See methodology for further details.
  2. There were 961 trainees awarded QTS of 40,108 total trainees who were included in the 2020/21 release, for whom the end date has subsequently been revised to 2021/22. Figures for 2020/21 have been revised to reflect this.
  3. There were 764 postgraduate trainees awarded QTS of 35,371 total postgraduate trainees who were included in the 2020/21 release, for whom the end date has subsequently been revised to 2021/22. Figures for 2020/21 have been revised to reflect this.
  4. There were 197 undergraduate trainees awarded QTS of 4,737 total undergraduate trainees who were included in the 2020/21 release, for whom the end date has subsequently been revised to 2021/22. Figures for 2020/21 have been revised to reflect this.
  5. This publication was produced using data extracted from the Register Trainee Teachers service for the first time. This is a move from the previous data source, DTTP (Database of Teacher Training Providers). See methodology for further details.
  6. Warning: percentages have been rounded and therefore may not sum to 100%.
  7. School-led routes include all postgraduate routes except the Higher Education Institution route.
  8. High Potential ITT was formerly reported as Teach First.
  9. The postgraduate teaching apprenticeship (PGTA) was a new route introduced in 2018/19.
  10. Trainees who were not awarded QTS are those who ended their training during the year and either left the course before the end (excluding those who left the course within 90 days of the start) or did not meet the standards.
  11. Teaching in a state-funded school is the number of trainees registered as employed in a state-funded school in England within 16 months of the academic year end. For 2021/22, figures are provisional (uplifted), previous years are revised. Due to rounding, the sum of constituent parts may differ from the reported total. See methodology for further details.
  12. Percentage of those awarded QTS teaching in a state-funded school is the percentage of trainees awarded QTS who are employed in a state-funded school in England within 16 months of the academic year end. For 2021/22, employment rate figures are provisional (uplifted), all prior years are revised.
  13. Trainees' age is as recorded on 31st July 2022.
  14. Sex was previously reported as gender. This has been updated as it was previously mislabelled.
  15. For 2021/22, trainees who chose not to provide data on sex have been included in an 'Unknown' category. Prior to this they were included in 'Other'.
  16. Degree classes relate to postgraduate ITT trainees only. From 2021/22, where possible, the first UK degree awarded has been selected. If no UK degree was awarded, the first non-UK degree awarded was selected.
  17. Those with non-UK degrees or degree-equivalent qualifications are assigned UK style classifications where known.
  18. 'Upper second' degree class includes undivided second degree class.
  19. Other degree class includes third class honours degrees, and ‘ordinary’ or ‘general’ degrees awarded after a non-honours course, and degrees awarded after a non-honours course that was not available to be classified. It also includes other categories from non-UK degrees.
  20. Other ethnicity includes the Arab ethnic background.

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