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Davies, Owen Rhys; Jones, Samuel
Publisher: Wales Institute of Social and Economic Research, Data and Methods
Languages: English
Types: Book
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    • 2.3.1.1 UK Business: Size, Activity, Location (2004 onwards)/Size Analysis of UK 1997, 2001 and This series provides a high quality representative series of 2006 surveys focused on individuals living in Britain (and more latterly, the UK). The series gathers information on the skills used at work via survey questions directed at workers themselves. Workers include adults between 20 and 60 who are in paid work (in 2006 this was raised to 65). It uses several different measures of work skills, some of which have been used in previous surveys (such as SCELI and EIB, see below).
    • At irregular The National Adult Learning Survey (NALS) examines adult intervals: 1997, learning experiences. It has been used to monitor progress 2000, 2001, towards the National Learning Targets which have now been 2002 and 2005. superseded. The first four surveys covered England and Wales, with Scotland being included in the 2005 survey. The sample includes adults aged 16 and over, irrespective of their employment status.
    • Annual survey - The National Institute of Adult Continuing Education (NIACE) has 1999 onwards. carried out a Survey of Adult Participation in Learning in the UK on annual basis since 1999. On occasion, the survey has been supplemented with modules directed at issues of topical interest.
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