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Apprentices

Business, Innovation and Skills written question – answered on 4th March 2011.

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Photo of Amber Rudd Amber Rudd Conservative, Hastings and Rye

To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills how many young people began an engineering apprenticeship in (a) England, (b) Hastings borough council and (c) Hastings and Rye constituency in 2009-10.

Photo of John Hayes John Hayes The Minister for Universities and Science, The Minister of State, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills

Table 1 shows the number of apprenticeship starts by young people (aged under 19) on an engineering framework in England and Hastings and Rye parliamentary constituency in the 2009/10 academic year. We hold data only at local education authority and parliamentary constituency levels.

Table 1: Apprenticeship programme starts by young people (aged under 19) on an engineering framework in Hasting and Rye constituency and England, 2009/10
Geography Apprenticeship starts
Hastings and Rye parliamentary constituency 10
England 7,800
Notes:

1. Figures for England are rounded to the nearest 100. Figures for parliamentary constituency are rounded to the nearest 10.

2. Age is based on age at the start of the programme.

3. Geographic information is based upon the home postcode of the learner. The England figure includes those learners studying in England where the postcode is not known or is outside of England.

4. We hold data only at local education authority and parliamentary constituency levels.

Source:

Individualised Learner Record

Information on the number of apprenticeship starts is published in a quarterly statistical first release (SFR). The latest SFR was published on 27 January:

http://www.thedataservice.org.uk/statistics/statisticalfirstrelease/sfr_current

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