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Skills in England 2005 volume 3 : regional and local evidence

Learning and Skills Council
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Skills in England 2005: volume 3 - regional and local evidence Skills in England 2005 Volume 3: Regional and Local Evidence July 2006 Of interest to everyone involved in improving skills and learning opportunities across England Leading learning and skills Skills in England 2005 is presented in three volumes.Volume 1 presents the key messages and an overview of the research findings contained in the other two volumes.Volume 2 is the main research report. It contains separate chapters on the demand for and supply of skills, as well as mismatches between demand and supply. Finally,Volume 3 provides evidence related to regional and local trends. Skills in England 2005 has been produced by the Learning and Skills Council in partnership with the Department for Education and Skills and the Sector Skills Development Agency. i Contents page Preface and Acknowledgements iii Foreword iv para. Introduction: Regional and Local Evidence 3.1 Regional Profiles 3.7 London 3.7 London local LSC areas 3.13 South East 3.17 South East local LSC areas 3.21 East of England 3.25 East of England local LSC areas 3.30 South West 3.33 South West local LSC areas 3.37 West Midlands 3.40 West Midlands local LSC areas 3.44 East Midlands 3.48 East Midlands local LSC areas 3.54 Yorkshire and the Humber 3.57 Yorkshire and the Humber local LSC areas 3.61 North West 3.64 North West local LSC areas 3.69 North East 3.74 North East local LSC areas 3.80 page Annex Statistical Sources 76 Tables page Table 1.1: Major occupational groups (Standard Occupational Classification 2000) 1 Table 1.2: Ten worst-performing English industries 2 Table 1.3: Ten best-performing English industries 2 Table 1.4a: Regional overview 2 Table 1.4b: Regional overview 3 London 5 London North 7 London West 8 London East 9 London Central 10 London South 11 Sout

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