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Summary: Religion and Employability, Skills and Lifelong Learning

Summary: Religion and Employability, Skills and Lifelong Learning

The Scottish Government currently has limited information on the experiences of religious groups in employability, skills and lifelong learning.

  • In 2011, Hindus were the most likely to be highly qualified with (74 per cent of those aged 16+ having 'Level 4 and above' qualifications), while those who recorded as 'Church of Scotland' were the least likely (22 per cent). The overall figure for Scotland was 26%.
  • In 2011, those who recorded their religion as 'Church of Scotland' were the most likely to have no qualifications (35 per cent of those aged 16+) and those who recorded as 'Hindu' were the least likely (5 per cent). The overall figure for Scotland was 27%.

Source: Analysis of Equality Results from the 2011 Census - Part 2 (2015)

 

Useful Links

Religion Page

Employability, Skills and Lifelong Learning Page

National Performance Framework

National Performance Framework

Fifty National Indicators enable progress towards the achievement of the National Outcomes and ultimately the delivery of the Purpose to be tracked.

Indicators are chosen to show how the Scottish Government are progressing on the range of Outcomes.

National Indicator number 8: Improve the skill profile of the population, data table

- progress against this National Indicator, broken down by select equality characteristics, can be found under the 'What more do we know about the National indicator?' heading.

External Links

External Links

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The Scottish Funding Council collect information on:
Higher Education statistics

Further Education Statistics

 

Skills Development Scotland collect information on

Modern Apprenticeship statistics

Contacts

Contacts

Employability, Skills and Lifelong Learning

FHEstatistics@Scotland.gsi.gov.uk

Phone

0300 244 6774