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    Apprenticeships and traineeships
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    Achievement rates - BAME
  3. Step 3 Choose Countries

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    • England
  4. Step 4 Choose time period

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    2018/19
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    Indicators
    • Achievement Rate
    • Leavers
    Age group
    • Total
    Apprenticeship level
    • Total
    BAME learners
    • Total
    • BAME - no
    • BAME - not provided
    • BAME - yes
    Standard/ Framework Flag
    • Total
    Subject area (tier 1)
    • Total
    • Agriculture, Horticulture and Animal Care
    • Arts, Media and Publishing
    • Business, Administration and Law
    • Construction, Planning and the Built Environment
    • Education and Training
    • Engineering and Manufacturing Technologies
    • Health, Public Services and Care
    • Information and Communication Technology
    • Leisure, Travel and Tourism
    • Retail and Commercial Enterprise
    • Science and Mathematics
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    Row groups
    Row group 1
    Total
    Agriculture, Horticulture and Animal Care
    Arts, Media and Publishing
    Business, Administration and Law
    Construction, Planning and the Built Environment
    Education and Training
    Engineering and Manufacturing Technologies
    Health, Public Services and Care
    Information and Communication Technology
    Leisure, Travel and Tourism
    Retail and Commercial Enterprise
    Science and Mathematics
    Row group 2
    Total
    BAME - no
    BAME - not provided
    BAME - yes
    Column groups
    Column group 1
    2018/19
    Column group 2
    Leavers
    Achievement Rate
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    View latest data: Academic Year 2021/22
    'Achievement rates - BAME' for Agriculture, Horticulture and Animal Care, Arts, Media and Publishing, BAME - no, BAME - not provided, BAME - yes and 9 other filters in England for 2018/19
    2018/19
    LeaversAchievement Rate
    TotalTotal295,83064.8%
    BAME - no260,60065.3%
    BAME - not provided3,24056.6%
    BAME - yes32,00061.5%
    Agriculture, Horticulture and Animal CareTotal5,88072.5%
    BAME - no5,78072.7%
    BAME - not provided3052.0%
    BAME - yes8061.8%
    Arts, Media and PublishingTotal78069.6%
    BAME - no65070.3%
    BAME - not provided2073.9%
    BAME - yes11064.9%
    Business, Administration and LawTotal77,83061.3%
    BAME - no67,66062.2%
    BAME - not provided1,16052.9%
    BAME - yes9,01055.3%
    Construction, Planning and the Built EnvironmentTotal16,66064.8%
    BAME - no15,81065.2%
    BAME - not provided12066.7%
    BAME - yes73053.7%
    Education and TrainingTotal5,78073.7%
    BAME - no5,04074.4%
    BAME - not provided7079.7%
    BAME - yes66067.3%
    Engineering and Manufacturing TechnologiesTotal51,60071.7%
    BAME - no48,24072.0%
    BAME - not provided28058.7%
    BAME - yes3,09067.1%
    Health, Public Services and CareTotal77,33064.3%
    BAME - no64,08064.0%
    BAME - not provided84060.2%
    BAME - yes12,42065.7%
    Information and Communication TechnologyTotal12,27067.0%
    BAME - no10,33069.1%
    BAME - not provided15052.0%
    BAME - yes1,79056.6%
    Leisure, Travel and TourismTotal8,87074.4%
    BAME - no7,76074.6%
    BAME - not provided9072.4%
    BAME - yes1,02073.8%
    Retail and Commercial EnterpriseTotal38,50058.2%
    BAME - no34,95058.5%
    BAME - not provided48049.6%
    BAME - yes3,07055.7%
    Science and MathematicsTotal34072.5%
    BAME - no31073.9%
    BAME - yes2052.4%

    Footnotes

    1. Percentages are rounded to one decimal place and calculated on unrounded volumes. '~' indicates a percentage below 0.5%
    2. Age, gender, learners with learning difficulties and/or disabilities and ethnicity are based upon self-declaration by the learner
    3. Volumes are rounded to the nearest 10 and '~' indicates a base value of fewer than 5 but greater than 0
    4. The data source for all tables is the apprenticeships achievement rate dataset.
    5. Further guidance for the Apprenticeships National Achievement Rate Tables can be found on the gov.uk website: https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/sfa-national-success-rates-tables
    6. Achievement rates are calculated according to the Apprenticeship Qualification Achievement Rate business rules. These documents are available on the gov.uk website: https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/qualification-achievement-rates-and-minimum-standards
    7. The overall achievement rate is based on the Hybrid End Year. The Hybrid End Year is the later of the Achievement Year, Expected End Year, Actual End Year or Reporting Year of a programme.
    8. Achievement rates are based on the individual apprenticeship programmes that were completed in the relevant year (Hybrid End Year). They are calculated as the number of programme aims achieved divided by the number started, excluding the programme aims of any learners that transferred onto another qualification within the same institution.
    9. Figures include all funded and unfunded apprenticeship programmes reported on the ILR.
    10. For Apprenticeships, age is calculated based on age at start of the programme rather than based on 31 August. The following age bands have been used in this report: 16-18, 19-23, 24+.
    11. Sector Subject Area (SSA) codes are available on the qualification description page: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/types-of-regulated-qualifications/qualification-descriptions

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