Job-related training

Proportion of residents receiving job-related training

Compared to England excluding London and England, a smaller proportion of the 16-64 population in the North East LEP area received job-related training in 2019, according to the latest data, with: 

  • 8.8% of those surveyed in the year ending December 2019 having received job-related training in the previous 4 weeks
  • 17.0% having received job-related training in the previous 13 weeks
  • in both cases this was the third lowest percentage among the eight core city LEPs.

Looking only at the population aged 16-64 in work across the North East LEP area:

  • 12.4% had received job-related training in the previous 4 weeks
  • 23.9% had received job-related training in the previous 13 weeks
  • again, each was the third lowest percentage among core city LEPs

Job related training in previous 4 and 13 weeks (% of 16-64 population), Jan-Dec 2019

Last updated:
22/04/2020
Published by:
North East LEP

Source: Annual Population Survey  [Nomis, last updated on 21 April 2020]

Data information: Based on core city LEPs, England excluding London and England


Job related training of workers in previous 4 and 13 weeks (% of employees and self-employed people aged 16-64), Jan-Dec 2019

Last updated:
22/04/2020
Published by:
North East LEP

Source: Annual Population Survey  [Nomis, last updated on 21 April 2020]

Data information: Based on core city LEPs, England excluding London and England