FÁS Corporate Slides - Dublin Employment Pact

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Dublin’s Employment and
Training Needs
Donal Sands
ADG, HR and Finance, FAS
Overview

The Case for Training/Education

Overview of Dublin Labour Market

FAS provision

Future Needs of Dublin\Mid-East

Conclusion
The General Case for Education and Training
(Central Bank Quarterly)
Over the last 10 years the rise in Educational
Attainment:
- Reduced the unemployment rate by 2.5
percentage points
- Increased the employment rate by 6.1
percentage points
- Increased Economic Growth by 1 percentage
point of GDP per annum
000s
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
Mid-East
Dublin
SouthWest
SouthEast
West
Border
Midland
Mid-West
Population Growth by Region 1996-2004
Labour Market at a Glance
National
Dublin
Population
3.2 million
1 million
Employment
1,894,000
564,000
Unemployment
85,600
24,000
Unemployment
Rate
4.3%
4.1%
Participation Rate
61%
63%
National Employment by Sector
Agriculture
6%
Construction
11%
Industrial
12%
Services
67%
Dublin Employment by Sector
Agriculture
0%
Construction
8%
Industrial
12%
Services
80%
Labour Market Inequalities
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Despite low overall unemployment, significant blackspots
where unemployment is 4 times the national average
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Educational attainment varies significantly by area
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Educational attainment varies significantly by sector
FAS Provision 1
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7
TRAINING CENTRES
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19
EMPLOYMENT SERVICES OFFICES
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10
SPECIAL TRAINING AGENCIES
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11
LES
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23
COMMUNITY TRAINING CENTRES
FAS Provision 2

COMMUNITY PROGRAMMES
9,339

TOTAL APPRENTICES
11,135

TRAINING PROGRAMMES
3,940

EMPLOYMENT SERVICES
Total Registrations
Total Vacancies
Electronic/Self Service Hits
31,276 P.A.
19,958
20,000 P.W
SERVICES TO THE EMPLOYED
2,170
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FAS Provision 3

Construction Industry

Retail Sales Programmes

Traineeships
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New Programmes Developed

Training of Carers

The Learning Workplace Programme
Future Skills Needs
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Dublin population aged 15-24 falling (-26,000)
during this decade
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The move to a services economy
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Re-deploying construction workers
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Assimilating the skills of immigrants
Population Forecast Growth by Region
2002-2031
600
300
200
Dublin
Mid-East
West
Midland
Mid-West
SouthWest
-100
Border
100
0
SouthEast
000s
500
400
Skills Profile of New Dublin\Mid-East Jobs
2001-2010
Attainment
%
Primary
0
Lower Secondary
4
Upper Secondary
34
Third Level
62
Total
100
Main Growth Occupations in Greater
Dublin Region 2001-2010
Occupation
(%)
Carers
95%
Health Associate Professionals
53%
Business Professionals
48%
Science & Engineering
43%
Conclusion
Greater Dublin Area will need further training/education
because :

It reduces unemployment, increases employment, economic
growth
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There are substantial inequalities within Dublin
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The Dublin population continues to expand
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Future jobs will require highly (re) skilled workers
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The skills of immigrant workers need to be assimilated