Adult Education Budget - Inclusion

In 2018/19 there were a total of more than 76,000 AEB enrolments of which:

AEB statutory entitlement and ESOL enrolments

Graph showing AEB statutory entitlement and ESOL enrolments

The statutory entitlements of Maths enrolments accounted for 15% and English (13%), with ESOL a further 21%

AEB learners by employment status upon enrolment

Pie chart showing AEB learners by employment status upon enrolment

There were just over 39,000 AEB learners resident within the WMCA area of which: There were just over 39,000 AEB learners resident within the WMCA area of which 56% were unemployed learners, a further 11% were learners out of work but not looking for work and just over 30% in paid employment.

AEB unemployed learners by age

Pie chart showing AEB unemployed learners by age

Of the approximate 22,000 unemployed learners, 83% were aged 24+

Number of AEB learners by gender

Pir chart showing number of AEB learners by gender

Number of learners by disability

Pie chart showing Number of learners by disability

Number of learners by ethnicity

Pie chart showing Number of learners by ethnicity

Just over 6 in 10 AEB learners were female, 14% were recorded as having a disability and more than half (57%) were from a BME background

Concentration of learners in deprived areas

Comparison of AEB learners by postcode and levels of deprivation by output area points to a reasonably strong link between concentrations of these learners and concentrations of deprivation.

Number of AEB learners by postcode

Map showing number of AEB learners by postcode

Ranking of deprivation by output area

Map showing ranking of deprivation by output area

Side-by-side comparison

Number of AEB learners by postcode

Map showing number of AEB learners by postcode

Ranking of deprivation by output area

Map showing ranking of deprivation by output area