Full Time Learners Aged 16-18 Years – Destinations (2022-23 Year-End)

Learner Destinations

All Levels

Pie chart showing all levels learner destinations

We successfully support the vast majority of our learners into positive destinations with 92.5% continuing in training, employment or higher education.

Level 1

Pie chart showing level 1 learner destinations

Level 2

Pie chart showing level 2 learner destinations

Level 3

Pie chart showing level 3 learner destinations

91.4% of level 1 learners progressed into positive destinations.

89.8% of Level 2 learners progressed into positive destinations.

93.9% of Level 3 learners progressed into positive destinations.

The high rates of Level 1 and Level 2 learners continuing in education and training demonstrate the strength of our programmes in supporting young people to progress.

Impact on Regional Skills and the Regional Economy

STEM in the curriculum – trend analysis

Bar chart showing qualifications by 16 to 18 learners in STEM subjects

The local economy relies on a workforce with high level skills in STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering and especially in mathematics). The chart shows the percentage of qualifications completed by learners aged 16-18 years that were in STEM related subjects. In 2022-23, 2,747 (61%) of our young people followed STEM programmes of study which is an 5% increase on the previous year. The continued upward trend in numbers of our learners studying STEM, demonstrates our ongoing focus on ensuring we develop curriculum to meet the needs of these valuable sectors.

Progression to advanced level – trend analysis

Bar chart progression to advanced level courses by 16 to 18 learners

As detailed in the graph, 61.5% of all the college’s level 2 learners progressed directly into level 3 provision. This demonstrates an increase of 7.2% from the previous year and continues to confirm the value of our level 2 provision in supporting learners to progress into advanced level technical training. The growing numbers of learners choosing this option shows the impact the college is having on the lives of young people and the benefits to the local and regional economy.

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