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This bulletin, published by the DfE Careers Occupational Information Unit (COIU) focuses on careers relating to construction and the built environment in Northern Ireland.
Terms of Reference for the Independent Research Review of Careers Guidance Delivery 2021.
Equality screening around the reconfiguration of DfE’s accommodation to provide an agile working environment for staff and facilitate New Ways of Working including hybrid working.
The department monitors recently published relevant research reports and, each quarter, produces a summary in the Research Digests for wider dissemination.
Section 9 of the Employment Act (Northern Ireland) 2016 requires the Department for the Economy (DfE) to review the operation of Early Conciliation after 12 months and again after 36 months of operation.
This booklet sets out the terms and conditions of the Department for the Economy (DfE) Postgraduate Studentships held at Queen’s University Belfast and Ulster University.
Guidance to project promoters around the procurement of external tutors.
On 10 November 2021, the Department for the Economy published a notice that it intended to make an Order revoking the recognition of the Law Society of Northern Ireland and the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants as Recognised Professional Bodies (RPB) at the r
Equality screening around the Economic Recovery Master’s Degree Studentship Scheme.
The Department for International Trade (DIT) are seeking views on working towards a new Free Trade Agreement (FTA) in 2022 with the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC).
Equality screening around the Postgraduate Award Scheme (‘PGA Scheme’) which pays the course fees and stipend (or bursary) for approximately 729 postgraduate students studying each year.
The Infographic provides information on the number of eligible NI residents aged 18 and over who have applied for their Spend Local card and been verified in the period 27 September to 22 October 2021.
The second Infographic provides information on the take-up which is a comparison of those who have applied for the Spend Local card and been verified with the NI population aged 18 and over for the period 27 September to 22 October 2021.
This is the seventh 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 2019/20 academic year.
In the second of a series of subject-based career guides and in celebration of Maths Week 2021, the Careers Service has published its Spotlight on Maths feature.
The Department for the Economy (DfE) wishes to appoint a new Chair to the Board of Northern Ireland Screen. The appointment will be effective from 1 February 2022 for a term of five years.
The infographic provides information on the number of eligible NI residents aged 18 and over who have applied for their High Street Scheme Spend Local card and been verified from both the online portal and the telephone application service from 27 September
The infographic provides information on the take-up which is a comparison of those who have applied for the Spend Local card and been verified with the NI population aged 18 and over.
This report examines expenditure by households on energy as a component part of all household expenditure, transfers and savings. The report compares household energy expenditure between Northern Ireland and England, Scotland and Wales.
This report examines energy purchases by businesses in Northern Ireland in terms of its share of business turnover and how that may differ between industrial sectors and business size. The report also considers the mix of different types of energy purchased by businesses.