Research and analysis

Further education: impact of skills and training on the unemployed

This research estimates the economic benefits to unemployed individuals from achieving further education qualifications.

Documents

Impact of skills and training interventions on the unemployed: phase 2 report

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Impact of skills and training interventions on the unemployed: peer review

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Impact of skills and training interventions on the unemployed: phase 1 report - tables and figures

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Impact of skills and training interventions on the unemployed: phase 2 report - tables and figures

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Details

Analysis of over 2 million unemployed found that further education can make a substantial impact on the chances of unemployed people finding work.

Published 3 December 2015