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The Department for the Economy (DfE) wishes to appoint a new Chair to the Board of Northern Ireland Screen. The appointment will be effective from 1 February 2022 for a term of five years.
The infographic provides information on the number of eligible NI residents aged 18 and over who have applied for their High Street Scheme Spend Local card and been verified.
The infographic provides information on the take-up which is a comparison of those who have applied for the Spend Local card and been verified with the NI population aged 18 and over.
This report examines expenditure by households on energy as a component part of all household expenditure, transfers and savings. The report compares household energy expenditure between Northern Ireland and England, Scotland and Wales.
This report examines energy purchases by businesses in Northern Ireland in terms of its share of business turnover and how that may differ between industrial sectors and business size. The report also considers the mix of different types of energy purchased by businesses.
This circular clarifies the process for delivery of the Higher Level Apprenticeship Modular Achievement extract for DfE funding.
This document provides guidance and and answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) to local merchants on the High Street Scheme (the Scheme) including the eligibility criteria and consumer use of the card.
The Department for the Economy's determination on residency requirement for the High Street Scheme.
This memo provides guidance to Project promoters around additional requirements for QIP returns.
This award acknowledges the excellence and originality by employers, working with Training Suppliers, in the delivery of Apprenticeship training. A large business for the purpose of this competition is one with more than 250 employees.
This bulletin, published by the DfE Careers Occupational Information Unit (COIU), focuses on the Health and Social Care sector in Northern Ireland.
This is the the fifteenth edition of the Energy Strategy e-bulletin, which aims to keep stakeholders informed about progress on the new Energy Strategy for Northern Ireland.
The Department for the Economy is pleased to introduce the ‘Funding innovation for net zero’ e-zine. The aim of the e-zine is to keep you informed of funding opportunities available in the clean tech and green innovation space.
Regulatory Impact Assessment (RIA) in respect of the High Street Scheme.
The High Street Scheme provides an opportunity to apply for a £100 pre-paid card to spend in local businesses as part of a range of programmes aimed to stimulate economic recovery. This page contains promotional material for retailers to use.
In consultation with College MI staff and internal Departmental colleagues the Department considers that due to the ongoing disruption caused by Covid 19, there is a continuing need to flag enrolments which were planned to be completed in an earlier academic year but which are
Previous guidance FE01-0918 (issued 7 September 2018) provided an update to the list for the course (C06) and student source of funding (E08) fields to be utilised in the 2018/19 academic year.
Equality screening in regard to The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 (Coronavirus) (Amendment of Schedule 11) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2021.
The Department for the Economy (DfE) wishes to appoint a new Chair to the Board of Stranmillis University College. The appointment will be effective from 1 January 2022 for an initial term of four years.
Equality screening for the Turing Scheme, a new UK government (Department for Education) programme to replace elements of the EU’s Erasmus+ Programme.