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Learner outcome measures for further education, work-based learning and adult community learning

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  • Release date: 7 February 2019
  • Period covered: 2017/18
An annual report which presents learner outcomes data by level of study, type of learning aim, sector/subject area and learner characteristics.

Learner outcome measures for further education (FE)

  • The overall learning activity success rate for further education was 85%, down 1.3 percentage points from 2016/17.
  • The FE learning activity completion and attainment rates were 92% and 93%, respectively, in 2017/18.

Learner outcome measures for work-based learning (WBL)

  • The overall work based learning framework success rate was 82%, an increase of 0.4(r) of a percentage point from 2016/17.
  • 74% of learners who left Traineeship programmes in 2017/18 had a positive progression (i.e. to employment (including self-employment or voluntary work) or learning at a higher level).
(r) Revised on 14 February 2019.

Learner outcome measures for adult community learning (ACL)

  • The overall learning activity success rate for ACL was 90%, up 0.6 of a percentage point from 2016/17.
  • The ACL learning activity completion and attainment rates were 96% and 93%, respectively, in 2017/18.

Learner outcome reports

Learner Outcomes Reports are summaries of the learner success rates achieved by each provider in Wales. The reports show colour-coded information on success rates – the percentage of all qualifications that are achieved by learners – and learner progressions into employment or further learning (for WBL providers).

We publish these reports annually to inform learners, employers, parents and the general public about the outcomes of provision funded by the Welsh Government.

Contact

Kim Swain
Tel: 0300 025 9401
Email: post16ed.stats@gov.wales

Media
Tel: 0300 025 8099

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