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Staff at further education institutions
Statistics were collected from the institutions by the Department for Education and Skills via the Finance Record. Previous releases were sourced from the Staff Individualised Record.
- During 2014/15, staff numbers, directly employed by FE Institutions in Wales, amounted to 8,465 full time equivalents (FTEs).
- The overall number of direct staff FTEs fell by 7.3 per cent between 2013/14 and 2014/15.
- Year on year changes in staff FTE numbers varied across FE institutions, with all but two institutions experiencing a decrease in staff FTE numbers relative to 2013/14.
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