Overview of UK’s Education, Training and Employment Services. Profile of UK’s Young People. In 2003, there were about 2,258,000 young people of age 15-19 in UK. Aug-Oct 2004, UK’s unemployment rate is 4.7% For 16-17, the rate is 21.3% For 18-24, the rate is 10.5%. The NEET.
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Overview of UK’s Education, Training and Employment Services
- extended the pilot EMA scheme
- set up cross govt. unit to work on child
poverty and youth disadvantage
- set out regulations that allow 14-16 at risk youth
to spend part of the week in further education or
- creating opportunity for children, young
people and adults
- releasing potential
- achieving excellence for all in UK
● Further education sector colleges
● School sixth forms
● Work-based training and young people
● Workforce development
● Adult and Community Learning
● Information, advice and guidance for adults
● Education business links
Success for All
14-19 Curriculum and Qualification Reform
How to Encouraging Students to Stay in the System and Adults to acquire New Skills?