Publication - Statistics

Fair Start Scotland - 2018, quarters 1 and 2, Work First Scotland and Work Able Scotland - 2018, quarter 2

Published: 28 Nov 2018
Directorate:
Chief Economist Directorate
Part of:
Work and skills
ISBN:
9781787814189

Fifth publication in a series about the devolved Scottish employability services provides statistics for the first six months of Fair Start Scotland, which launched in April 2018, and the first 18 months of Work First Scotland and Work Able Scotland, which both launched in April 2017.

Fair Start Scotland - 2018, quarters 1 and 2, Work First Scotland and Work Able Scotland - 2018, quarter 2
Footnotes

Footnotes

1. Number of people referred to and starting on FSS recorded and reported by SETS. SETS is the Scottish Government referrals tracking system for FSS. See Technical Annex for details.

2. Number of WFS job starts reported by WFS service providers

3. Numbers of WFS job outcomes reported through the DWP Provider Referrals and Payments (PRaP) system. See Technical Annex for details and definitions.

4. Number of WAS job starts reported by WAS service providers.

5. Number of WAS starts and job outcomes recorded on, and reported by SDS’ Corporate Training System. See Technical Annex for details and definitions.

6. Figures may not sum to 100 due to rounding

7. More than one type of long-term health condition can be recorded for an individual, hence the totals sum to more than the total number of participants who have reported having conditions

8. Includes Mixed or multiple ethnic groups, Asian, Asian Scottish or Asian British, African, Caribbean or Black and Other ethnic groups.

9. Figures in brackets are as at 28 September 2018

10. Numbers of WFS referrals and starts reported through the DWP Provider Referrals and Payments (PRaP) system.

11. More than one type of long-term health condition can be recorded for an individual, hence the totals sum to more than the total number of participants achieving job outcomes.

12. More than one type of long-term health condition can be recorded for an individual, hence the totals sum to more than the total number of participants.

13. The length of WAS short job outcomes reflects the complex barriers of the WAS participant group

14. Number of WAS referrals reported by WAS service providers. Number of WAS starts recorded on, and reported by SDS’ Corporate Training System. See Technical Annex for details.

15.See Technical Annex for details.

16. 16 and 17 year olds are not eligible for WAS

17. ‘Deaf / hearing impairment’ and ‘Visual impairment’ categories have been combined in this table, as the numbers of each individual category in these data are small. This combination does not imply any similarity in the nature of categories and no inferences should be made on the basis of this combination.


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