Private Training Outcomes Survey
Survey ReportMicroform - 1998
The Private Outcomes Training Survey is an on-going survey designed to provide information about the profile and current status of graduates from British Columbia private training institutes as well as to provide a profile of graduates of various programs offered by private training institutes (PTIs) across the province. This report highlights findings of the information provided by 2,964 graduates who participated in the survey from March 1997 to March 1998. The introductory section includes details on survey methods. Section 2 is an overview of PTI graduates, including programs studied, gender, and equity group representation. Section 3 covers results relating to student outcomes by program area, including status before and after graduation, effectiveness of programs in helping to find employment, and type of work found. Section 4 covers the characteristics of those who did not find work, also by program area. The subsequent sections present findings related to funding sources, equity issues, changes in found work rates over time, top industries and occupations, and program satisfaction. Appendices include detailed statistical tables and an outline of changes made to the survey instrument.
Publisher: Victoria : Ministry of Advanced Education, Training & Technology ; Hull, PQ : Human Resources Development Canada ; Centre for Education Information Standards & Services, 1998
Description: 249 p. : ill
Branch Call Number: MF BC-DOC 98-06020