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Posts From February, 2019

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    Here you’ll find all of our InfoBase news including updates on the system and its content.

    Job Seeker's Allowance claimant count (January 2019)

    The latest (January 2019) Job Seeker’s Allowance claimant count is now available following a release by the Office for National Statistics.

    Work based learning programmes (Apprenticeships) data AY 2017-18

    The data for AY 2017-18 for work based learning programmes (Apprenticeships) is now available following a release by Welsh Government.

    Average house prices (December 2018)

    The data for December 2018 for average house prices is now available following a release by the Land Registry.

    Cancer registration rates - updated

    2007-2016 cancer registration rates have been updated following a release from WCISU.

    Posted by
    y Golygydd / the Editor

    Categories: Data Update
  • Overall, the latest free swimming data shows a 4% decrease in the number of free public swims for both younger and older people compared to the same period last year.

    Want to see more? Check out our Free Swimming interactive tool for Wales.

    For more information on Free Swimming data please contact Adrian Smith.

    Posted by
    y Golygydd / the Editor
  • Evaluation

    Do you understand the difference you are making? Do you know what works? Are you able to demonstrate the impact of your strategies, policies or interventions?

    If any of these questions sound familiar, then you are likely to want to undertake evaluation to provide you with answers. To support those undertaking evaluation, we have launched an Evaluation Guide. Developed with support from national partners, the guide serves as an introduction to evaluation and sets out the key steps and factors that need to be considered when planning evaluation.

    The guide does not try to be the definitive source of information on evaluation. It seeks to cover the key concepts and terminology, including evaluation types, evidence bases and measuring options. It aims to convey the necessary steps required in effective and proportionate evaluation. It also points you in the direction of further guidance and support. We plan to develop the guide further as public sector understanding and use of evaluation evolves.

    In addition to the guide, we can help partners with their evaluations, whether that be supporting your evaluation planning or helping you with your detailed activity.

    If you’d like more information about how we can support you, please get in touch. We are here to help!

    Posted by
    y Golygydd / the Editor