The Department monitors recently published research publications that have relevance to the work of the Department and, each quarter, produces a list of that research in a Research Review for wider dissemination.
The Department for Employment and Learning has produced labour market profiles for each of the Workforce Development Forums (WDFs) in Northern Ireland. A report providing an overview of labour market information for Northern Ireland has also been published.
This report presents Northern Ireland specific analysis on the destinations of leavers from higher education three and a half years after graduating in 2002/03.
To ask the Minister for Employment and Learning to detail (i) the Sector Skills Councils that have received project funding to support employer engagement; (ii) the amount of funding provided in each case; and (iii) the criteria used by his Department to measure value for mone
To ask the Minister for Employment and Learning how many people (i) started; and (ii) completed, a formal apprenticeship in each of the last five academic years, broken down by industry sector; and what is the target number.
A presentation by Neil Gibson, Oxford Economics to Stakeholder Conference in November 2008.
This article sets out the extent and source of variation in UK graduate earnings. It focuses in particular on estimating the effect of factors such as degree subject, degree classification, and Institution attended, as well as a range of personal and social characteristics.
Mrs Robinson asked the following Assembly Question: How many people of pensionable age registered for courses at Further Education colleges in each of the last three years, broken down by the constituency in which each college is located.
This Summary report outlines the results from the full report (All-Island Skills Study) which provided a comprehensive all-island analysis of skills demand.
The Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment presents its annual report and accounts for the financial year 1 April to 31 March. The accounts demonstrate the resources that have been consumed in delivering the Department’s objectives.
The aim of this Operating Plan is to outline the priorities of the Department of Enterprise, Trade, and Investment (DETI), the key actions it will undertake, and the outcomes it is seeking to achieve during 2008 to 2009.
The following issues are dealt with in this letter:-
The aim of this Corporate Plan is to outline the main functions of the Department and its economic priorities.
This research report assesses school pupils' attitudes and intentions towards further and higher education, training and employment.
The report presents findings of a survey of jobs, where the main features of the jobs are reported by the employees themselves. This “job requirements approach” is an innovative method of measuring skills being used in the Northern lreland economy.
An experimental set of Supply-Use Tables was compiled by external accountants in 2007 to establish the economic impact of tourism.
The Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment is required to prepare an annual general report under Article 372 of the Insolvency (Northern Ireland) Order 1989 on matters within the Insolvency Order.
This report describes the geology of Northern Ireland and outlines the history of mineral exploration and the current licensing position. Guidance is also provided for those applying for prospecting and mining/petroleum licences.
The next generation residential broadband trial was initiated by the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment (DETI), at a total cost of £67k, in order to test technical feasibility, cost and adoption of high speed broadband connectivity in a so
Annual reports of the Joint Insolvency Committee