Publication - Research and analysis

Activity Agreements National Implementation 2011-12

Published: 13 Nov 2013
Part of:
Research
ISBN:
9781784120597

This paper provides a summary of reported participation in Activity Agreements during the first full year of the national roll-out of the programme (1 April 2011 to 31 March 2012). The paper outlines characteristics and outcomes for young people that have either completed or dropped out of an Activity Agreement during this period.

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Activity Agreements National Implementation 2011-12
Duration of Activity Agreements

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Duration of Activity Agreements

7 With regards to the duration of an Activity Agreement, the data so far suggests that more than two thirds (69%) of young people complete (or exit) their Activity Agreement within 6 months and a further 16% leave within 9 months. A more detailed breakdown of the data (for the partial sample[4]) is provided in table 12. It should be noted that the information on sign-up and/or completion dates required to calculate duration was missing for 27% of all leavers in the valid sample.

8 Around one third of young people (35.9%) were referred and signed-up to their Activity Agreement on the same day and a further third (36.6%) were signed-up within a month of referral.


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