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The consultation document “Further Education Means Business” (February 2004) set out the findings of an extensive review of further education in Northern Ireland, together

Published 26 June 2006Corporate reports

The NI Better Regulation Strategy was reviewed in 2006-07 and recommended an Implementation Action Plan for progressing the regulatory environment in Northern Ireland.  The following document provides an update on actions proposed from the 2006- 07 review.

Published 21 May 2006Policy papers

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Published 15 May 2006Guidance literature

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Published 15 May 2006Guidance literature

This circular sets out the funding for Information and Learning Technology Capital Equipment for the academic year 2006-2007.

Published 01 May 2006Circulars

Insolvency regulation in Great Britain is overseen by the Insolvency Service, an executive agency of the Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform.

Published 29 March 2006Corporate reports

The purpose of this Code is to provide guidance on both the employer’s duty to provide reasonable access for unions during the period of ballots and the requirement on both the union and the employer not to commit unfair practices during the same period.

Published 21 March 2006Guidance literature

The following issues are dealt with in this letter:-

Published 10 March 2006Guidance literature

This document gives details of destination of leavers from further education. 

Published 07 February 2006Research and analysis

The research was commissioned in 1998 to quantify the current levels of participation by and provision for students with learning difficulties and/or disabilities in the further education sector in Northern Ireland, and to identify the extent of need.

Published 06 February 2006Research and analysis

This study investigates cross community participation and geodemographic disparities in the take up of further and higher education within the Belfast Education and Library Board area.

Published 06 February 2006Research and analysis

This research was commissioned in 1997 to investigate the feasibility of delivering the GNVQ in Hospitality and Catering through partnership arrangements between schools and Further Education colleges.

Published 06 February 2006Research and analysis

This document is about the Essential Skills for Living action plan.

Published 03 February 2006Policy papers

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.

Published 01 December 2005Financial plans and reports

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Published 31 October 2005Guidance literature

Examination of Northern Ireland domiciled applicants to Higher Education through the Universities and Colleges Admission Service in the 2003/04 academic year.

 

Published 27 October 2005Research and analysis

This report presents the results from an investigation of the early careers of graduates from Northern Ireland.

Published 27 October 2005Research and analysis

Details of the review of tourism statistics carried out by TTC International, who were commissioned by the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment.

Published 01 October 2005Statistical reports

The purpose of this circular is to apprise colleges of the results of recent research, carried out to assess the FE sector’s current capacity to demonstrate linguistic diversity in terms of marketing and administration; and remind FE Colleges of their specific

Published 08 August 2005Circulars

Under the Research Agenda 2003-05, DETI commissioned PricewaterhouseCoopers and Regional Forecasts Ltd to carry out research on the Future Role of Manufacturing in the Northern Ireland economy.

Published 01 July 2005Research and analysis

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