Research and analysis

UKCES Employer Skills Survey 2011: Northern Ireland results

Northern Ireland results from the UK Commission for Employment and Skills' (UKCES) Employer Skills Survey 2011.

Documents

Executive summary: UK Commission’s Employer Skills Survey 2011: Northern Ireland national report

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UK Commission’s Employer Skills Survey 2011: Northern Ireland national report

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ESS 2011 data tables: Northern Ireland 2011

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Detail

Results from the UKCES Employer Skills Survey 2011 for Northern Ireland. Covers training and staff development, vacancies unfilled because of skills shortages, gaps in employees’ skills and recruitment of education leavers. Presented by region, industrial sector, occupation, and size of establishment. Results are comparable with the legacy skills surveys in individual nations (in Northern Ireland, the Northern Ireland Skills Monitoring Survey (NISMS) series).

Note for users:

Investment in Training figures published in 2013 and 2011 have been revised. The revisions reflect a refined weighting approach for ESS 2015 to improve the accuracy of training spend figures in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

For revised figures, users should refer to the main ESS 2015 report. A separate technical paper has been published describing the revisions, available with the 2015 supplementary documents. Users of 2013 or 2011 data tables should contact the UKCES Employer Surveys team to request updated versions.