Annual Population Survey in Scotland 2007: A Compendium of Labour Market Statistics

Listen

Job-related training

The proportion of working age people in employment who received job-related training in the last 3 months was estimated to be 27.8% in 2007.

Table 27 shows the proportion of working age people in employment receiving job-related training in the last 3 months by workplace local authority area in 2007.

Those working in Moray were most likely to have received training in the last 3 months (34.8%), whereas at the other end, only 20.5% of those working in East Lothian were estimated to have received job related training in the last 3 months.

Table 27: Proportion of working age people in employment receiving job-related training in the last 3 months by workplace local authority area, 2006-2007

Geography

2006

2007

Proportion

Proportion

Scotland

30.2%

27.8%

Workplace Local Authority Area

Aberdeen City

32.2%

28.9%

Aberdeenshire

25.8%

21.7%

Angus

31.6%

26.7%

Argyll & Bute

27.2%

25.0%

Clackmannanshire

18.6%

30.9%

Dumfries & Galloway

24.0%

21.8%

Dundee City

30.3%

31.4%

East Ayrshire

30.5%

27.0%

East Dunbartonshire

30.2%

29.1%

East Lothian

32.2%

20.5%

East Renfrewshire

35.5%

29.6%

Edinburgh, City of

34.1%

31.9%

Eilean Siar

26.6%

28.1%

Falkirk

28.3%

28.9%

Fife

30.3%

26.4%

Glasgow City

30.6%

28.2%

Highland

27.5%

27.4%

Inverclyde

30.1%

27.4%

Midlothian

27.1%

22.9%

Moray

37.0%

34.8%

North Ayrshire

28.4%

27.4%

North Lanarkshire

23.3%

23.9%

Orkney Islands

27.6%

28.2%

Perth & Kinross

32.3%

25.7%

Renfrewshire

29.6%

26.8%

Scottish Borders

28.0%

27.5%

Shetland Islands

31.7%

27.7%

South Ayrshire

30.2%

27.9%

South Lanarkshire

27.9%

26.4%

Stirling

28.9%

25.5%

West Dunbartonshire

32.7%

31.7%

West Lothian

27.8%

23.9%

Note: Workplace is only available at local authority area.