Table D.2.2
Number of registered apprenticeship completionsNote  1, by major trade group and sex, CanadaNote  2, 1995, 2000, 2005, 2010 and 2013

Table D.2.2
Number of registered apprenticeship completions, by major trade group and sex, Canada, 1995, 2000, 2005, 2010 and 2013
Table summary
This table displays the results of Number of registered apprenticeship completions 1995, 2000, 2005, 2010, 2013, Both sexes, Males, Females, Percent female and Males , calculated using number and percent units of measure (appearing as column headers).
  1995 2000 2005 2010 2013
Both sexesNote 3 Males Females Percent female Both sexesNote 3 Males Females Percent female Both sexesNote 3 Males Females Percent female Both sexesNote 3 Males Females Percent female Both sexesNote 3 Males Females Percent female
number percent number percent number percent number percent number percent
All major trade groups 17,076 15,237 1,836 10.8 18,396 16,239 2,157 11.7 20,556 18,330 2,226 10.8 36,009 31,521 4,488 12.5 46,998 40,986 6,012 12.8
Automotive service 2,907 2,880 30 1.0 3,159 3,111 48 1.5 2,709 2,655 57 2.1 3,612 3,486 123 3.4 3,429 3309 120 3.5
Carpenters 1,458 1,446 12 0.8 1,011 1,002 9 0.9 1,725 1,707 15 0.9 3,567 3,513 54 1.5 5,508 5421 87 1.6
Early childhood educators and assistants Note ..: not available for a specific reference period Note ..: not available for a specific reference period Note ..: not available for a specific reference period Note ...: not applicable 69 3 66 95.7 150 9 138 92.0 432 24 408 94.4 363 33 330 90.9
Community and social service workers Note ..: not available for a specific reference period Note ..: not available for a specific reference period Note ..: not available for a specific reference period Note ...: not applicable Note ..: not available for a specific reference period Note ..: not available for a specific reference period Note ..: not available for a specific reference period Note ...: not applicable 42 6 36 85.7 117 15 102 87.2 390 30 357 91.5
Electricians 2,940 2,901 39 1.3 2,628 2,571 57 2.2 3,813 3,759 54 1.4 5,955 5,844 111 1.9 8,301 8085 216 2.6
Electronics and instrumentation 363 354 9 2.5 255 255 3 1.2 312 291 21 6.7 555 531 21 3.8 657 570 84 12.8
Exterior finishing 339 339 3 0.9 417 414 3 0.7 525 522 0 Note ...: not applicable 1,038 1,029 6 0.6 1,434 1425 12 0.8
Food service 717 495 219 30.5 663 450 213 32.1 561 405 156 27.8 1,464 966 498 34.0 2,106 1344 765 36.3
Hairstylists and estheticians 1,653 249 1,404 84.9 1,878 243 1,638 87.2 1,704 126 1,578 92.6 2,610 219 2,391 91.6 2,160 183 1,977 91.5
Heavy duty equipment mechanics 624 621 0 0.0 1,182 1,179 3 0.3 714 711 3 0.4 1,350 1,335 18 1.3 1,206 1197 9 0.7
Heavy equipment and crane operators 180 180 3 1.7 483 468 15 3.1 957 942 12 1.3 1,257 1,242 18 1.4 1,437 1422 12 0.8
Interior finishing 513 504 12 2.3 459 441 15 3.3 651 624 27 4.1 1,167 1,083 84 7.2 1,929 1824 105 5.4
Landscape and horticulture technicians and specialists 108 78 30 27.8 87 63 21 24.1 63 48 18 28.6 228 195 30 13.2 396 297 102 25.8
Machinists 528 516 12 2.3 1,128 1,119 12 1.1 729 720 6 0.8 816 789 30 3.7 780 735 42 5.4
Metal workers (other) 348 333 15 4.3 411 405 6 1.5 627 621 6 1.0 792 777 12 1.5 1,356 1326 27 2.0
Millwrights 681 675 6 0.9 903 900 3 0.3 915 906 6 0.7 1,317 1,302 12 0.9 1,113 1092 21 1.9
Oil and gas well drillers, servicers, testers and related workers Note ..: not available for a specific reference period Note ..: not available for a specific reference period Note ..: not available for a specific reference period Note ...: not applicable Note ..: not available for a specific reference period Note ..: not available for a specific reference period Note ..: not available for a specific reference period Note ...: not applicable Note ..: not available for a specific reference period Note ..: not available for a specific reference period Note ..: not available for a specific reference period Note ...: not applicable 147 144 Note ..: not available for a specific reference period Note ...: not applicable 141 144 Note ..: not available for a specific reference period Note ...: not applicable
Plumbers, pipefitters and steamfitters 1,746 1,740 6 0.3 1,416 1,410 6 0.4 2,025 2,004 18 0.9 3,717 3,666 54 1.5 5,244 5148 96 1.8
Refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics 327 327 0 Note ...: not applicable 396 393 3 0.8 465 462 0 Note ...: not applicable 651 645 6 0.9 1,032 1026 6 0.6
Sheet metal workers 423 420 3 0.7 336 336 0 Note ...: not applicable 369 363 9 2.4 666 648 15 2.3 1,044 1032 9 0.9
User support technicians Note ..: not available for a specific reference period Note ..: not available for a specific reference period Note ..: not available for a specific reference period Note ...: not applicable Note ..: not available for a specific reference period Note ..: not available for a specific reference period Note ..: not available for a specific reference period Note ...: not applicable 12 9 0 Note ...: not applicable 327 159 168 51.4 2,154 1020 1,131 52.5
Welders 558 555 6 1.1 1,053 1,038 15 1.4 1,131 1,086 45 4.0 2,274 2,148 126 5.5 2,322 2199 126 5.4
Stationary engineers and power plant operators 96 90 6 6.3 39 39 0 Note ...: not applicable 45 42 3 6.7 603 555 51 8.5 210 204 9 4.3
Construction workers (other) 24 24 0 Note ...: not applicable 6 6 0 Note ...: not applicable 27 27 3 11.1 84 84 0 Note ...: not applicable 123 120 3 2.4
OtherNote 4 543 513 30 5.5 426 396 27 6.3 291 273 18 6.2 1,269 1,113 153 12.1 2,163 1803 360 16.6
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