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In May 2021 the Department for the Economy (DfE) published its new economic vision, “10X Economy: Northern Ireland’s Decade of Innovation".
24 competitors from Northern Ireland won medals at the WorldSkills UK national finals that took place from 14-17 November 2023 in colleges, training providers and universities in Greater Manchester.
This report presents key findings from the Young Persons’ Behaviour and Attitudes Survey (YPBAS) 2022, carried out between September 2022 and March 2023, in relation to careers advice and guidance to year 11 and 12 pupils in Northern Ireland and their future intentions.
This circular provides guidance for GCSE and Essential Skills qualifications on entry to further education.
This paper explores a pre-tax profitability measure derived from components of businesses' returns between 2017 and 2021 as captured by the Northern Ireland Annual Business Inquiry (NIABI).
The department monitors recently published relevant research reports and, each quarter, produces a summary in the Research Digests for wider dissemination.
This circular updates the list of possible responses that should be used by each college when information regarding equality data is being requested from the individual attending the college.
The guide offers an overview of current provision in the early learning and childcare sector, including training opportunities currently provided by the department.
Equality screening for the Draft Tourism Strategy for Northern Ireland: 10 Year Plan.
The UK and Turkish Governments have announced plans to begin talks on an updated trade agreement in 2024. The deal would replace the existing UK-Turkey FTA that could boost trade and help UK companies maximise opportunities in this area.
Research carried out by Queen's University Belfast Business School in partnership with the Economic and Social Research Institute examining economic inactivity in Northern Ireland given the persistently high rates of inactivity in NI compared to other UK countries.
Project Gigabit's aim is to achieve the UK government’s target for gigabit-capable broadband to be available to 85% of the UK premises by 2025, and over 99% by 2030.
The Department for the Economy is seeking to appoint a new chairperson to the board of Invest Northern Ireland (Invest NI).
Following the UK’s exit from the European Union, the free flow of personal data from the EU to the UK is underpinned by a data adequacy decision.
This circular revises the process for data entry and claims for the Step Up Project. Step Up is funded through the New Deal for Northern Ireland funding package and managed by the Department for the Economy.
This is the ninth annual survey of FE college leavers in Northern Ireland. Data was collected approximately six months after completing and achieving a regulated qualification, at Level 3 or below, in the 2021/22 academic year.
First degree and postgraduate students with narrow STEM qualifications gained at NI HEIs (10X Strategic Goal) – 2017/18 to 2021/22.
Department for the Economy has published this Action Plan in response to the Independent Review of Invest NI.
This screening template relates to the Invest NI Action Plan which will address the recommendations made in the Independent Review of Invest NI report (published 11 January 2023).