§ Mr. Denham
To ask the Secretary of State for Employment if he will provide for each of the past five years and for(a) those unemployed for six to 12 months, (b) those unemployed for 12 to 24 months and (c) those unemployed for more than 24 months, the percentage of those leaving adult training schemes who progressed to (i) full-time work, (ii) part-time work, (iii) self-employment, (iv) further education or training and (v) unemployment in, respectively, Southampton, Itchen, Southampton and Hampshire.
§ Mr. Paice
Information is not available for individual constituencies and local authorities. Information for Hampshire training and enterprise council is given in the table. It is not possible to give separate figures for those unemployed for 12 to 24 months and more than 24 months.29W
Employment Training Percentage of leavers in each outcome six months after leaving 1993–94 leavers in Hampshire TEC area Full-time work Per cent. Part-time work Per cent. Self employment Per cent. Further education and training1 Per cent. Unemployment2 Per cent. Unemployment duration before starting training 6–12 months 30 9 3 7 45 Greater than 12 months 16 7 2 5 60 Source: ET/TFW national follow-up survey Notes: 1 Includes those on another Government training programme. 2 Includes those in a jobclub.