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This plan was approved by the Minister for the Economy on 21 February following her appointment - the department is working towards delivery of the objectives specified in this plan, within the limits of the financial and other resources allocated to the department for th
The Department for the Economy commissioned research into customs facilitations that are available in a no-deal scenario as part of the Department’s no deal planning.
The latest bi-annual Electricity Consumption and Renewable Generation in Northern Ireland publication was published on 6 June 2019 and can be accessed at the link below
This is the presentation for the information session for Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) participants who are scheduled for inspection which took place in 2019.
Application form for payment of pension scheme contributions - RP15
RP16 - Actuarial Certificate
This circular clarifies the procedures for further education colleges claiming for approved Capital Expenditure and replaces FE Circular 18/01.
Equality screening assessment of the future of the Northern Ireland non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme.
The Department launched its first higher education strategy for Northern Ireland, 'Graduating to Success' in May 2012.
The Department monitors recently published relevant research reports and, each quarter, produces a summary in the Research Digests for wider dissemination.
The Training for Success 2013 Operational Guidelines and 2017 Operational Requirements have been prepared for Contractors who have been contracted by the Department for the Economy (formerly the Department for Employment and Learning) to provide training under the Training for
Operational guidelines/requirements for suppliers who are contracted to deliver the ApprenticeshipsNI 2013 and 2017 programmes.
Guidance for promoters regarding publishing case studies and good news stories featuring European Social Fund projects.
The Guide is an introductory resource providing information and advice for governing bodies and individual governors.
The Strategic Aim of the ESF Programme 2014-2020 in Northern Ireland is to combat poverty and enhance social inclusion by reducing economic inactivity and to increase the skills base of those currently in work and future potential participants in the workforce.
This chart outlines the Careers Service Service Delivery Model.
This is the fourth 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 2016/17 academic year.
Further education activity in Northern Ireland statistics are published annually by the Department for the Economy (DfE). This data quality report comments on the European Statistical System’s Dimensions of Quality.
Essential Skills Enrolments and Outcomes in Northern Ireland statistics are published annually by the Department for the Economy (DfE). This data quality report comments on the European Statistical System’s Dimensions of Quality.
Guidance for European Social Fund (ESF) Call 2 Project Promoters on the process for submitting monthly claims.