BIS performance indicators: skills
This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government
The input and impact indicators on skills as set out in our departmental business plan.
The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) business plan, which is updated on a monthly basis, sets out several indicators on skills. We chose these indicators to help the public to judge whether our policies and reforms are having the effect they want. They’re split into ‘input’ indicators on how public money is spent, and ‘impact’ indicators on the results we’re trying to achieve.
Published: 1 June 2013
Updated: 25 March 2015
- The 'Number of government-funded learners participating in further education' document was updated with the latest version.
- 2013 to 2015 Business Plan updated to include 2014 commitments.
- International comparison (within the OECD) of the qualification levels of the working age population has been updated, following the release of new data.
- New impact indicator added on participation in employment.
- Updated average funding per course in adult FE document.
- Indicator updated: Access to the Professions.
- Updated the social mobility indicator document, for the proportion of 18 to 24 year olds with a gap measure, to include the latest 4 years of trend data from 'Understanding Society, the UK Household Longitudinal Study'.
- 'The International comparison of the qualification levels of the working age population in the UK' has been updated following the OECD 'Education at a Glance' September 2013 release.
- First published.