Night time economy framework »The framework aims to help develop a sustainable, healthy and safe night time economy in Wales.Learn more »
Supporting midwives to support women in pregnancy and childbirth
A new model of clinical supervision for midwives in Wales was launched by Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) Professor Jean White.
- Health Secretary Vaughan Gething announces all-Wales PrEP trial
- Ken Skates keen to explore further A55 improvements
- Supporting midwives to support women in pregnancy and childbirth
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Section highlightLandfill Disposals Tax Communities Scheme
The scheme will support local community and environmental projects in areas affected by the disposal of waste to landfill.
Final Budget 2017-18 »
The amount of funding allocated to Welsh Government Main Expenditure Groups (MEGs) for 2017-18 is £15bn.Learn more »
- Statistics & Research
16-18 year olds
- Statistical first release (SFR) basis - As at end 2015 (provisional), 10.5 per cent of 16-18 year olds were NEET (11,500) compared with 10.8 per cent (12,000) at end 2014.
- Annual Population Survey (APS) basis - New data - For the year ending Quarter 4 2016, 8.5 per cent of 16-18 year olds were estimated to be NEET, compared with 9.6 per cent at the year ending Q4 2015.
- Pupil Destinations basis - New data - As at October 2016, 2.0 per cent of Year 11 leavers were NEET compared with 2.8 per cent in 2015.
19-24 year olds
- SFR basis- As at end 2015 (provisional), 19.0 per cent of 19-24 year olds were NEET (48,200) compared with 20.4 per cent (52,200) at end 2014.
- APS basis- New data - For the year ending Quarter 4 2016, 17.1 per cent of 19-24 year olds were estimated to be NEET, compared with 18.6 per cent for the year ending Q4 2015.
The definitive source for estimates of the proportion of young people who are NEET in Wales is the annual statistical first release (SFR). This bulletin provides users with timelier, but less statistically robust, statistics.
- SFR ‘Participation of young people in education and the labour market’ using education data sources and the APS.
- APS (Office for National Statistics).
- Careers Wales Pupil Destinations from Schools in Wales survey.
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