Work development Wales (JGW) details youth jobless and is designed to create 16, 000 jobs for unemployed job-ready young people elderly 16 to 24 by March 2016.
JGW is a component regarding the Welsh national initiatives to handle youth jobless and is part funded by European architectural Funds.
The assessment is designed to gauge the effectiveness of programme procedures, gauge the net effect of the programme, and measure the affordability of JGW, whilst guaranteeing it satisfies the requirements of this Welsh European Funding workplace (WEFO).
The initial interim analysis report provides an assessment when it comes to duration from launch for the main phase for the programme in April 2012 towards the end of July 2013, focusing on the short term link between the programme.
The early leavers report explores the qualities and destinations of teenagers leaving their JGW jobs early, along with the conditions that generated the early drop out. This research in addition aimed to get comprehending exactly what further help might be wanted to companies and teenagers to prevent early drop outs.