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The Department does not hold central records on the enrolment of all young people in custody onto qualifications. However, the development of the Offender Learning and Skills Service (OLASS) through the Learning and Skills Council (LSC) from
|Count of learners enrolled by specific aim type—all OLASS provision for young people aged 10 to 17|
|All OLASS Provision||GCSE||GC S E||GCE A/AS/AS level||GCE A/AS/A2 level||GNVQ precursor (BTEC)||GNVQ precursor (BTEC)||NVQ||NVQ|
|Learners enrolled on specific aim type||94||1||12||—||1||—||12||15|
|All OLASS Provision||OCN||OCN||Other||Other||Totals||Total|
|Learners enrolled on specific aim type||1,747||88||6,601||355||8,467||459|
For many young people in custody, who are registered at learning providers in the Community, their enrolment will be attributed to the learning provider with which they are registered, rather than the custodial establishment's LSC provider. Therefore the LSC figures do not provide records of all of the academic enrolments of all young people in YOIs.