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Data Provider: Welsh Government National Statistics Jobs Growth Wales Plus Learners by Ethnic Group and Measure
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Click here to sortStarts (number)Those who started a JGW+ course.Click here to sortEnded (number)Includes both those completing and those who left without completing.Click here to sortCompleted (number)All those who completed the course.Click here to sortPositive Progression Rate (%)Those whose progress was positive 4 weeks after completing.
All ethnic groupsIncludes instances where information on ethnicity is refused or not known.5,3303,2202,14058
Information refused / not known95755073



Jobs Growth Wales Plus Learners by Ethnic Group and Measure

Last update

29 June 2023 29 June 2023

Next update

June 2024

Publishing organisation

Welsh Government

Source 1

Lifelong Learning Wales Record, Welsh Government

Contact email


National Statistics

Geographical coverage


Languages covered

English and Welsh

Data licensing

You may use and re-use this data free of charge in any format or medium, under the terms of the Open Government License - see

General description

This table provides financial year data on Jobs Growth Wales Plus.
The purpose of the Jobs Growth Wales+ Youth Programme is to deliver consolidated and individualised training, development and employability support to 16-18 year olds who are assessed as NEET (Not in Education, Employment or Training) at the time of starting the JGW+ programme.
Positive outcomes are measured on the learner’s destination within four weeks of leaving their JGW+ programme. For learners on the Engagement and Advancement Strands, a positive outcome is either progression to learning at a higher level, progression into employment (full-time, part-time or self-employment) or progression to an Apprenticeship. For learners on the Employment Strand, a positive outcome is either progression into employment (full-time, part-time (16 or more hours per week) or self-employment) or progression to an Apprenticeship.
For disabled learners, employment of less than 16 hours per week is also classed as a positive outcome.

Rounding applied

All figures in the table have been rounded to the closest multiple of 5. All non-zero values less than 5 have been suppressed and are denoted by an asterisk (*).


Lifelong Learning Wales Record LLWR Jobs Growth Wales Plus

Statistical quality

Statisticians within the Welsh Government review the data and query any anomalies with the LLWR data collection team and, where relevant, with learning providers before tables are published.

The LLWR data underlying this table are intended to be final, for non-funding purposes.