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The Department for the Economy provides statistics on the Skills for Life and Work programme in Northern Ireland.

Published 31 August 2022Statistical reports

Research Bulletins are short analytical articles on topical economic and labour market issues. They help to build understanding of current trends and raise awareness of research and analysis carried out.

Published 31 August 2022Statistical reports

This is the eighteenth edition of the Energy Strategy e-bulletin, which aims to keep stakeholders informed about progress on the new Energy Strategy for Northern Ireland.

Published 26 August 2022Guidance literature

This circular sets out the arrangements for the eligibility requirements for access to English Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) in further education (FE) colleges for asylum seekers, refugees, those granted Humanitarian Protection, persons granted Indefinite leave to remain

Published 24 August 2022Circulars

The management information presented in this release relates to data extracted on 31 May 2022.

Published 23 August 2022Statistical reports

The department monitors recently published relevant research reports and, each quarter, produces a summary in the Research Digests for wider dissemination.

Published 18 August 2022Research and analysis

This report presents key findings on the Northern Ireland High Street Scheme from questions asked in the NISRA Coronavirus (COVID-19) Opinion Survey from 25 October 2021 to 31 March 2022.

Published 17 August 2022Research and analysis

This paper, carried out by Queen’s University Belfast (QUB) and the Enterprise Research Centre (ERC), explores the growth and productivity effects on R&D and innovation of both Invest NI and UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) grant support to firms in Northern Ireland

Published 17 August 2022Research and analysis

The “Transition of Young People into Careers (14-19) Project” was established in January 2019 with the aim of developing a more strategic approach to the current 14-19 education and training system. The project is jointly funded and led by DE and DfE.

Published 15 August 2022Impact assessments

This circular sets out the requirements for FE colleges to prepare their 2021/22 Annual Report and Financial Statements and supersedes FE Circular 05/21.

Published 11 August 2022Circulars

This Circular provides information and guidance on Further Education Grants. 

Published 05 August 2022Circulars

This circular sets out terms and conditions for the payment of the Hardship Fund (Discretionary) from 1 August 2022 and supersedes previous guidance.  

Published 05 August 2022Circulars

Map of Northern Ireland lignite reserve policy areas in Ballymoney and Crumlin.

Published 04 August 2022Maps

The Covid pandemic has continued to cause considerable disruption to teaching and assessment throughout the 2020/21 academic year and a wide range of adaptations and support measures were implemented to ensure that as many learners as possible could achieve their vocational qu

Published 27 July 2022Research and analysis

A step by step guide for applicants filling in the Careers Service online application form for "Guidance for Young People".

Published 19 July 2022Guidance literature

This circular clarifies the student residency requirements to be eligible for ‘Home Fee’ status and support/maintenance funding and supersedes FE Circular 09/21.

Published 19 July 2022Circulars

Equality screening for the Gas (Designation of Pipe-lines) Order (Northern Ireland) 2022.

Published 11 July 2022Impact assessments

Equality screening for the public consultation on Revocation of EU Guarantees of Origin (GoOs) and Combined Heat and Power GoOs.

Published 08 July 2022Impact assessments

NI domiciled students enrolled on HE courses in the UK and RoI - 2016/17 to 2020/21.

Published 07 July 2022Statistical reports

Enrolments on HE courses at NI HEIs and NI FE colleges – 1991/92 to 2020/21.

Published 07 July 2022Statistical reports

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