Information on enrolled learners and their activities by age, gender, mode of study, type of programme and level of study for August 2020 to July 2021.
This is not the latest release in the series: Further education, work-based learning and community learning
During this period, education provision continued to be disrupted by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
- There were 142,735 learners at further education institutions (FEIs), Adult Learning or Work-based Learning (WBL) providers during 2020/21.
- There were 108,520 unique learners at FEIs, a decrease of around 3% on the previous year.
- This decrease was entirely driven by part-time learners at FEIs (down 11%).
- The number of full-time learners at FEIs increased by 3% and learners undertaking WBL at FEIs increased by 1%.
- There were 5,555 unique learners in Adult Learning.
- Total work-based learner numbers (including those at other training providers) decreased by 1% on the previous year.
- There were around 7% fewer apprenticeship learning programmes started.
This statistical first release summarises data on learners in post-16 education and training, excluding those at higher education institutions and schools but including further education institutions, other work-based learning providers and adult learning provision collected via the Welsh Government’s Lifelong Learning Wales Record.
Further education, work-based learning and community learning, August 2020 to July 2021 , file type: PDF, file size: 747 KB
Datasets and interactive tools
Further education students at further and higher education institutions in December , file type: ODS, file size: 26 KB
Provider learners taught at further education institutions , file type: ODS, file size: 32 KB
Student load full-time equivalents for further and higher education learners , file type: ODS, file size: 21 KB
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