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Training And Enterprise Councils

Volume 264: debated on Wednesday 18 October 1995

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To ask the Secretary of State for Wales what percentage of each Welsh TEC's budget is spent on training unemployed (a) adults and (b) 16 and 17-year-olds. [37056]

The percentage of each Welsh TEC's budget spent on training unemployed adults during 1994–95 financial year is shown in the following table. The figures include trainees who were without jobs prior to the start of their training but who acquired employed status on or during the course of that training. Comparable information for 16 and 17-year-olds is not available separately and is therefore provided for those young people, within the 16 to 24 age group who are eligible for youth training.

Percentage of welsh TEC budgets spent on training unemployed during 1994–95
(a) Adults(b) 16 to 24-year-olds
Gwent24 per cent.36 per cent.
Mid Glamorgan23 per cent.38 per cent.
North East Wales16 per cent.39 per cent.
Powys15 per cent.32 per cent.
South Glamorgan24 per cent.35 per cent.
Targed20 per cent.35 per cent.
West Wales22 per cent.36 per cent.