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Equality screening in regards to DfE Resource Budget 2022-2023.

Published 27 March 2023Impact assessments

A factsheet has been produced that details monthly online job posting trends across Northern Ireland. It includes an assessment of selected sectors as well as skills in demand.

Published 27 March 2023Statistical reports

The fact sheet presents a range of analysis regarding enrolments and students in the Northern Ireland further education sector covering academic years 2017/18 to 2021/22.

Published 23 March 2023Statistical reports

This document sets out the partnership arrangements between CITB NI and the Department for the Economy.

Published 22 March 2023Contract management

This is the Energy Strategy Action Plan 2023 and follows on from the recently published report Energy Strategy Action Plan 2022.

Published 15 March 2023Business plans

Infographic showing the Department for the Economy's Careers Service 2021-22 "Year at a glance".

Published 14 March 2023Research and analysis

Guidance to ESF programme 2014-2020 project promoters regarding the retention of documents.

Published 10 March 2023Guidance literature

This publication presents information on Renewable Electricity Generation for Northern Ireland.

Published 09 March 2023Statistical reports

A presentation outlining research around skills inequalities in young people (16-24), in Northern Ireland.

Published 01 March 2023Statistical reports

This publication presents analysis on the first year of Level 2 (L2) Traineeships. The NI Traineeship is a full-time Level 2 vocational education training offer and is delivered at Further Education (FE) colleges.

Published 23 February 2023Statistical reports

This report outlines the progress made against each of the 22 Action Points over the last year by central government and partners, from the Energy Strategy Action Plan 2022. The actions for 2022 concentrated on supporting the five key principles of the Northern Ireland En

Published 15 February 2023Corporate reports

As a signatory to the Concordat for the Support of Career Development of Researchers Development, DfE reviews its compliance with the principles of the Concordat and submits a short annual report on how we as a funding organisation, endeavour to support positive and inclusive

Published 15 February 2023Corporate reports

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

Published 13 February 2023Research and analysis

This guidance sets out the conditions for Support Funds provided by the Department for the Economy (DfE) to Higher Education Institutions in Northern Ireland.

Published 08 February 2023Guidance literature

Job Match is a project delivered by Disability Action which supports economically inactive or unemployed people with a disability as their primary barrier to paid employment.

Published 06 February 2023Promotional material

This privacy notice applies to the function of the Trading Standard Service’s (TSS) Scams Project.

Published 06 February 2023Notices

Frequently asked questions (FAQs) for QUB Critical Minerals Research and Stakeholder Engagement.

Published 02 February 2023Guidance literature

Terms of reference for QUB Critical Minerals research and stakeholder engagement.

Published 02 February 2023Guidance literature

DfE's Analytical Services Unit produces a monthly economic update which analyses the main trends and events arising each month, both in the local economy and also any national or global economic events which will impact on Northern Ireland.

Published 02 February 2023Research and analysis

The Higher Level Apprenticeship (HLA) bulletin covers provision at Further Education (FE) colleges in Northern Ireland and the College of Agriculture, Food and Rural Enterprise (CAFRE) across the academic years 2017/18 to 2021/22.

Published 01 February 2023Statistical reports

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