Tag Archive: NEETs

Pocket Watch – ‘I can do maths’

Maths calculations

To download the report please click here Introduction Next spring, employers and learning providers will be invited to sign up to a new initiative designed to tackle the long-standing concerns in this country about levels of maths/numeracy. The National Numeracy Challenge which was announced this week has been drawn up by a new charity set…

Pocket Watch on latest NEET statistics

Training

Why the interest? The latest quarterly figures, released on the eve of GCSE results, suggest that figures remain stubbornly high, particularly for 19-24 year olds. Not only is it a great worry for young people, it’s also a concern for the Government as it tries to provide more training, jobs and opportunities for young people…

Policy Watch – Is a case building up to support Wolf?

5B

17 March 2011 [2011/11] Policy Watch – Is a case building up to support Wolf? Introduction Two weeks on from the Wolf Report on Vocational Education is a broad consensus emerging around much of the Wolf analysis let alone some of its recommendations? Identifying the labour market premiums First a Report from the think-tank Demos…

Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment.

5B

17 February 2011 [2011/8] Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment. Introduction Economic commentators may be falling out over who is to blame and whether it’s worse now for young people than it was in the 1990s but from whatever angle it’s viewed, the job market for young people looks pretty bleak at…

Tag Archive: NEETs

Pocket Watch – ‘I can do maths’

Maths calculations

To download the report please click here Introduction Next spring, employers and learning providers will be invited to sign up to a new initiative designed to tackle the long-standing concerns in this country about levels of maths/numeracy. The National Numeracy Challenge which was announced this week has been drawn up by a new charity set…

Pocket Watch on latest NEET statistics

Training

Why the interest? The latest quarterly figures, released on the eve of GCSE results, suggest that figures remain stubbornly high, particularly for 19-24 year olds. Not only is it a great worry for young people, it’s also a concern for the Government as it tries to provide more training, jobs and opportunities for young people…

Policy Watch – Is a case building up to support Wolf?

5B

17 March 2011 [2011/11] Policy Watch – Is a case building up to support Wolf? Introduction Two weeks on from the Wolf Report on Vocational Education is a broad consensus emerging around much of the Wolf analysis let alone some of its recommendations? Identifying the labour market premiums First a Report from the think-tank Demos…

Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment.

5B

17 February 2011 [2011/8] Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment. Introduction Economic commentators may be falling out over who is to blame and whether it’s worse now for young people than it was in the 1990s but from whatever angle it’s viewed, the job market for young people looks pretty bleak at…

Tag Archive: NEETs

Pocket Watch – ‘I can do maths’

Maths calculations

To download the report please click here Introduction Next spring, employers and learning providers will be invited to sign up to a new initiative designed to tackle the long-standing concerns in this country about levels of maths/numeracy. The National Numeracy Challenge which was announced this week has been drawn up by a new charity set…

Pocket Watch on latest NEET statistics

Training

Why the interest? The latest quarterly figures, released on the eve of GCSE results, suggest that figures remain stubbornly high, particularly for 19-24 year olds. Not only is it a great worry for young people, it’s also a concern for the Government as it tries to provide more training, jobs and opportunities for young people…

Policy Watch – Is a case building up to support Wolf?

5B

17 March 2011 [2011/11] Policy Watch – Is a case building up to support Wolf? Introduction Two weeks on from the Wolf Report on Vocational Education is a broad consensus emerging around much of the Wolf analysis let alone some of its recommendations? Identifying the labour market premiums First a Report from the think-tank Demos…

Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment.

5B

17 February 2011 [2011/8] Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment. Introduction Economic commentators may be falling out over who is to blame and whether it’s worse now for young people than it was in the 1990s but from whatever angle it’s viewed, the job market for young people looks pretty bleak at…

Tag Archive: NEETs

Pocket Watch – ‘I can do maths’

Maths calculations

To download the report please click here Introduction Next spring, employers and learning providers will be invited to sign up to a new initiative designed to tackle the long-standing concerns in this country about levels of maths/numeracy. The National Numeracy Challenge which was announced this week has been drawn up by a new charity set…

Pocket Watch on latest NEET statistics

Training

Why the interest? The latest quarterly figures, released on the eve of GCSE results, suggest that figures remain stubbornly high, particularly for 19-24 year olds. Not only is it a great worry for young people, it’s also a concern for the Government as it tries to provide more training, jobs and opportunities for young people…

Policy Watch – Is a case building up to support Wolf?

5B

17 March 2011 [2011/11] Policy Watch – Is a case building up to support Wolf? Introduction Two weeks on from the Wolf Report on Vocational Education is a broad consensus emerging around much of the Wolf analysis let alone some of its recommendations? Identifying the labour market premiums First a Report from the think-tank Demos…

Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment.

5B

17 February 2011 [2011/8] Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment. Introduction Economic commentators may be falling out over who is to blame and whether it’s worse now for young people than it was in the 1990s but from whatever angle it’s viewed, the job market for young people looks pretty bleak at…

Tag Archive: NEETs

Pocket Watch – ‘I can do maths’

Maths calculations

To download the report please click here Introduction Next spring, employers and learning providers will be invited to sign up to a new initiative designed to tackle the long-standing concerns in this country about levels of maths/numeracy. The National Numeracy Challenge which was announced this week has been drawn up by a new charity set…

Pocket Watch on latest NEET statistics

Training

Why the interest? The latest quarterly figures, released on the eve of GCSE results, suggest that figures remain stubbornly high, particularly for 19-24 year olds. Not only is it a great worry for young people, it’s also a concern for the Government as it tries to provide more training, jobs and opportunities for young people…

Policy Watch – Is a case building up to support Wolf?

5B

17 March 2011 [2011/11] Policy Watch – Is a case building up to support Wolf? Introduction Two weeks on from the Wolf Report on Vocational Education is a broad consensus emerging around much of the Wolf analysis let alone some of its recommendations? Identifying the labour market premiums First a Report from the think-tank Demos…

Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment.

5B

17 February 2011 [2011/8] Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment. Introduction Economic commentators may be falling out over who is to blame and whether it’s worse now for young people than it was in the 1990s but from whatever angle it’s viewed, the job market for young people looks pretty bleak at…

Tag Archive: NEETs

Pocket Watch – ‘I can do maths’

Maths calculations

To download the report please click here Introduction Next spring, employers and learning providers will be invited to sign up to a new initiative designed to tackle the long-standing concerns in this country about levels of maths/numeracy. The National Numeracy Challenge which was announced this week has been drawn up by a new charity set…

Pocket Watch on latest NEET statistics

Training

Why the interest? The latest quarterly figures, released on the eve of GCSE results, suggest that figures remain stubbornly high, particularly for 19-24 year olds. Not only is it a great worry for young people, it’s also a concern for the Government as it tries to provide more training, jobs and opportunities for young people…

Policy Watch – Is a case building up to support Wolf?

5B

17 March 2011 [2011/11] Policy Watch – Is a case building up to support Wolf? Introduction Two weeks on from the Wolf Report on Vocational Education is a broad consensus emerging around much of the Wolf analysis let alone some of its recommendations? Identifying the labour market premiums First a Report from the think-tank Demos…

Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment.

5B

17 February 2011 [2011/8] Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment. Introduction Economic commentators may be falling out over who is to blame and whether it’s worse now for young people than it was in the 1990s but from whatever angle it’s viewed, the job market for young people looks pretty bleak at…

Tag Archive: NEETs

Pocket Watch – ‘I can do maths’

Maths calculations

To download the report please click here Introduction Next spring, employers and learning providers will be invited to sign up to a new initiative designed to tackle the long-standing concerns in this country about levels of maths/numeracy. The National Numeracy Challenge which was announced this week has been drawn up by a new charity set…

Pocket Watch on latest NEET statistics

Training

Why the interest? The latest quarterly figures, released on the eve of GCSE results, suggest that figures remain stubbornly high, particularly for 19-24 year olds. Not only is it a great worry for young people, it’s also a concern for the Government as it tries to provide more training, jobs and opportunities for young people…

Policy Watch – Is a case building up to support Wolf?

5B

17 March 2011 [2011/11] Policy Watch – Is a case building up to support Wolf? Introduction Two weeks on from the Wolf Report on Vocational Education is a broad consensus emerging around much of the Wolf analysis let alone some of its recommendations? Identifying the labour market premiums First a Report from the think-tank Demos…

Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment.

5B

17 February 2011 [2011/8] Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment. Introduction Economic commentators may be falling out over who is to blame and whether it’s worse now for young people than it was in the 1990s but from whatever angle it’s viewed, the job market for young people looks pretty bleak at…

Tag Archive: NEETs

Pocket Watch – ‘I can do maths’

Maths calculations

To download the report please click here Introduction Next spring, employers and learning providers will be invited to sign up to a new initiative designed to tackle the long-standing concerns in this country about levels of maths/numeracy. The National Numeracy Challenge which was announced this week has been drawn up by a new charity set…

Pocket Watch on latest NEET statistics

Training

Why the interest? The latest quarterly figures, released on the eve of GCSE results, suggest that figures remain stubbornly high, particularly for 19-24 year olds. Not only is it a great worry for young people, it’s also a concern for the Government as it tries to provide more training, jobs and opportunities for young people…

Policy Watch – Is a case building up to support Wolf?

5B

17 March 2011 [2011/11] Policy Watch – Is a case building up to support Wolf? Introduction Two weeks on from the Wolf Report on Vocational Education is a broad consensus emerging around much of the Wolf analysis let alone some of its recommendations? Identifying the labour market premiums First a Report from the think-tank Demos…

Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment.

5B

17 February 2011 [2011/8] Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment. Introduction Economic commentators may be falling out over who is to blame and whether it’s worse now for young people than it was in the 1990s but from whatever angle it’s viewed, the job market for young people looks pretty bleak at…

Tag Archive: NEETs

Pocket Watch – ‘I can do maths’

Maths calculations

To download the report please click here Introduction Next spring, employers and learning providers will be invited to sign up to a new initiative designed to tackle the long-standing concerns in this country about levels of maths/numeracy. The National Numeracy Challenge which was announced this week has been drawn up by a new charity set…

Pocket Watch on latest NEET statistics

Training

Why the interest? The latest quarterly figures, released on the eve of GCSE results, suggest that figures remain stubbornly high, particularly for 19-24 year olds. Not only is it a great worry for young people, it’s also a concern for the Government as it tries to provide more training, jobs and opportunities for young people…

Policy Watch – Is a case building up to support Wolf?

5B

17 March 2011 [2011/11] Policy Watch – Is a case building up to support Wolf? Introduction Two weeks on from the Wolf Report on Vocational Education is a broad consensus emerging around much of the Wolf analysis let alone some of its recommendations? Identifying the labour market premiums First a Report from the think-tank Demos…

Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment.

5B

17 February 2011 [2011/8] Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment. Introduction Economic commentators may be falling out over who is to blame and whether it’s worse now for young people than it was in the 1990s but from whatever angle it’s viewed, the job market for young people looks pretty bleak at…

Tag Archive: NEETs

Pocket Watch – ‘I can do maths’

Maths calculations

To download the report please click here Introduction Next spring, employers and learning providers will be invited to sign up to a new initiative designed to tackle the long-standing concerns in this country about levels of maths/numeracy. The National Numeracy Challenge which was announced this week has been drawn up by a new charity set…

Pocket Watch on latest NEET statistics

Training

Why the interest? The latest quarterly figures, released on the eve of GCSE results, suggest that figures remain stubbornly high, particularly for 19-24 year olds. Not only is it a great worry for young people, it’s also a concern for the Government as it tries to provide more training, jobs and opportunities for young people…

Policy Watch – Is a case building up to support Wolf?

5B

17 March 2011 [2011/11] Policy Watch – Is a case building up to support Wolf? Introduction Two weeks on from the Wolf Report on Vocational Education is a broad consensus emerging around much of the Wolf analysis let alone some of its recommendations? Identifying the labour market premiums First a Report from the think-tank Demos…

Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment.

5B

17 February 2011 [2011/8] Policy Watch – Getting to grips with youth unemployment. Introduction Economic commentators may be falling out over who is to blame and whether it’s worse now for young people than it was in the 1990s but from whatever angle it’s viewed, the job market for young people looks pretty bleak at…