Technology: Education:Written question - 37233

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Asked on: 18 May 2016
Department for Business, Innovation and Skills
Technology: Education
Commons
To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, how much of the adult skills budget, excluding apprenticeships, was spent on engineering and manufacturing technologies courses at (a) level 2, (b) level 3, (c) level 4, and (d) level 5-6 in the last financial year for which data is available.
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Answered by: Nick Boles
Answered on: 24 May 2016
Holding answer received on 23 May 2016

Table 1 shows estimated funding values for Adult Skills Budget provision (excluding Apprenticeships) in the Engineering and Manufacturing Technologies sector subject area, by level, in the 2014-15 financial year.

Figures for estimated funding come from the Individualised Learner Record and provide an indication of the level of government funding. They should not be treated as actual spend, since spending is not reported by sector subject area.


Table 1: Estimated Adult Skills Budget Funding for Non-Apprenticeship provision in Engineering and Manufacturing Technologies by Level, 2014-15

Level

Estimated Funding (£100,000's)

Level 2

500

Level 3

149

Level 4

1

Level 5 and 6

0

Notes:

1) Figures show estimated (notional) funding and should not be treated as actual spend.

2) Figures do not include estimated (notional) funding for LEOP, EOP or learners with an advanced learning loan which is not available.

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