First Minister welcomes Tata deal and announces £4m Tata skills programme
First Minister Carwyn Jones says the agreement between Tata and the unions is a massive step towards securing the long term future of steel making in Wales.
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An annual report which includes information on registered members, accreditation, projects, workforce and finance.
- Over 93,400 young people were registered members of the statutory sector Youth Work provision in Wales (based on 21 of 22 local authorities only). This figure represented 17 per cent of the population of 11 to 25 year olds in Wales.
- At March 2016, there were 655 full-time equivalent (FTE) Youth Work management and delivery staff working across local authorities in Wales.
- The total income for Youth Work provision in 2015-16 was £32.6 million; total expenditure was £32.3 million.
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