Electrotechnology gateway to ITO transition

Many students who complete gateway electrotechnology standards go on to some form of ITO training. By three years after completing their last electrotechnology standard, over 20% of alumni have either completed ITO training or are currently enrolled. Ten years after their last standard, about 30% of them have completed ITO training.


The gateway alumni included here refer to anyone who successfully completed an electrotechnology standard at school since 2002. Each year after completing their last electrotechnology standard, they are classified as currently in ITO training, completed ITO training, ITO training incomplete or no ITO training. This training is with any ITO.

ITO training completion is defined as being recorded as successfully completing and/or receiving a qualification. Incomplete training is defined as having no completion recorded, and either an end date recorded in a previous year or the last start date being recorded over three years ago with no end date.


Evaluating the electrotechnology gateway

Analyse the effectiveness of electrotechnology unit standards in guiding students toward training

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