What does it all mean?
Throughout the website you will find lots of information about the courses we offer, different career options and important facts about employment in different industries.
To help make this information as easy to understand as possible here are some explanations of the different terms that we use throughout this guide:
We talk about levels in reference to our courses as a way to explain how difficult they are. As you train at each level your knowledge of that area will increase and we will ensure you are fully prepared tomove up to the next level.
Apprenticeships available in this area.
Labour Market Intelligence (LMI)
Everyone is talking about LMI nowadays. It uses the trends and facts about an area’s past and present employment to predict what the future of an industry may look like.
This means what qualifications or experience you will need to start at a certain level of the course you are thinking about.
Statistics are facts and figures that give you information in order to make informed choices.
Throughout the course information we give you an approximate idea of how much you could earn every year. We have also broken this down into how much you could earn at various points throughout your career in your chosen area.
These are the set of skills an individual has or may need in thefuture.
This means that a certain industry or career area may have a shortage of people with the necessary skills to do a job.
This means the number of people needed to take over the jobs of people who are leaving or retiring from a certain career or industry.