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Existing policy linked to the department’s Access to Success strategy. At a fundamental level, the aim of the policy is to increase the participation of underrepresented groups in higher education (HE).
This research, completed by Queen’s University Belfast provides insights on the digital transformation process of Northern Ireland small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) during the Covid-19 pandemic.
This research, completed by Queen’s University Belfast provides insights on how Northern Ireland Small and Medium sized Enterprises (SMEs) have responded to environmental issues.
Equality screening in respect of the Traineeship programme.
The Department for the Economy’s Careers Service Occupational Information Unit has been working closely with the local Cyber Security industry, as well as local colleges and universities, to bring you this short guide to careers in Cyber Security in Northern Ireland.
This report reflects the issues discussed and deliberated during an intensive two day Strategic Insight Lab, facilitated by the Innovation Lab in the Department of Finance, in anticipation of the end of the Northern Ireland European Social Fund Programme. The Lab, which t
This is the twelfth in a regular series which will keep key stakeholders updated on progress with developing the new energy strategy.
The aim of the Northern Ireland Careers Service Safeguarding Policy is to support the work of Career Advisors in delivery of services linked to young people and vulnerable adults. The Careers Service is committed to practise which protects children and adults.
Equality screening around Erasmus+ and Turing Scheme programmes.
On leaving the EU the UK government ‘rolled over’ trade agreements it was party to as an EU member. This covered approximately 60 countries and was completed to ensure continued ease of trade.
Higher Level Apprenticeship ad hoc tables are produced in response to user requests and contain combinations of data that are not available in standard publications.
This publication is a guide for employers about Traineeships. The Traineeship programme will provide a high-quality vocational education and training programme, including structured work-based learning, to people who are not yet in employment or not yet working in their c
Equality screening around the third call for applications to the NI European Social Fund Programme, 2014 - 2020.
These are the guidance notes and individual application forms for Call 3 of the NI ESF Programme 2014 -2020.
This year’s business plan concentrates on a limited number of key targeted strategic priorities to be delivered in the short-term such as our Energy and Skills Strategies, progressing Project Stratum, delivering key Covid-19 interventions, and delivering the economic rec
The fact sheet presents a range of analysis regarding enrolments in the Northern Ireland further education sector covering academic years 2015/16 to 2019/20.
The document below set outs the response from the Minister for the Economy, Diane Dodds MLA to Professor Brian Bell on the Migration Advisory Committee’s call for evidence on the Intra-company Transfer immigration route to advise on the operation and effectiveness of tha
This presentation was delivered at a stakeholder information event held on 8 June 2021 ahead of the launch of the third call for applications for the NI ESF Programme 2014 – 2020, Priorities 1 and 2.
Equality screening in regard to a Legislative Consent Motion to enable amendments to Northern Ireland company director disqualification legislation corresponding to amendments to be made to that applying in Great Britain to be included in the Westminster Rating (Coronavir
Equality screening in regard to Project Stratum (Confidence and Supply Broadband Project).