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This factsheet presents key findings from the Young Persons’ Behaviour and Attitudes Survey (YPBAS), carried out between September 2019 and February 2020, in relation to careers advice and guidance to year 11 and 12 pupils in Northern Ireland and their university aspirat
The Corporate Governance Code Northern Ireland requires the Department for the Economy (DfE) to have an effective Departmental Board which provides leadership for the Department’s business and helps it to operate in a business-like manner.
This document is to help employers, employees and the self-employed understand how to work safely and keep your clients safe during the COVID-19 pandemic, ensuring as many people as possible comply with social distancing guidelines.
The Department for the Economy has produced a report on the potential renewable electricity projects coming through the planning pipeline. The report provides information on projects at various stages of the development process.
This is the fourth in a regular series which will keep key stakeholders updated on progress with developing the new energy strategy.
This is the annual report for the Department for the Economy. The report provides information about the range of activities in which the Department has been engaged over the past year, ended 31 March 2019, and its performance against its key commitments and targets.
This paper, completed by the Fraser of Allander Institute on behalf of the Department for the Economy, examines the potential for embracing and monitoring inclusive growth in Northern Ireland.
Equality screening around recommencing on-site educational delivery in FE colleges and non-statutory contractors.
Equality screening around costed postgraduate awards (PGA) extensions: PGA Studentship Scheme, US Ireland (USI) Programme and SFI/DfE Investigators Programme Partnership (SFI/DfE IPP).
The department commissioned the Economic and Social Research Institute to carry out research around Northern ireland inputs to Republic of Ireland EU FTA (free trade agreement) exports.
The latest Electricity Consumption and Renewable Generation in Northern Ireland publication was published on 3 September 2020 and can be accessed at the link below.
Equality screening of the Provision of £126m Financial Transactions Capital (FTC) loan financing to Ulster University (UU) to assist in bridging the funding gap in its Greater Belfast Development (GBD) project.
Equality screening around legislative powers to close or direct the further and higher education institutions in Northern Ireland as a result of Covid-19.
Equality screening around COVID-19 supplier relief schemes for ApprenticeshipsNI (AppsNI) training contractors, Training for Success (TfS) training contractors and Disability Support Service (DSS) contractors.
This paper, completed by the Fraser of Allander Institute on behalf of the Department for the Economy, examines the potential impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the Northern Ireland economy.
This circular sets out the terms and conditions for thepayment of the Care to Learn (NI) Scheme, whichprovides childcare support to students, aged under 20, atthe start of the course. It supersedes circular FE 06/18.
This is the third in a regular series which will keep key stakeholders updated on progress with developing the new energy strategy.
This circular sets out the terms and conditions for the payment of the Care to Learn (NI) Scheme, which provides childcare support to students, aged under 20, at the start of the course.
This Statistical Bulletin is part of a biannual series published by the Department for the Economy (DfE) to provide key information on the ApprenticeshipsNI 2013 and 2017 programmes and contains data up to the end of April 2020.
This Statistical Bulletin is part of a biannual series published by the Department for the Economy (DfE) to provide key information on the Training for Success 2013 and 2017 programmes (TfS 2013/2017) in Northern Ireland and contains data to April 2020.