Adults flock to IT courses

29th April 2005 at 01:00
Care and information technology were the most popular subjects studied by 260,960 learners in Welsh FE colleges last year, according to Assembly government statistics. Among the under-20s, young men outnumbered women - but women made up nearly 60 per cent of all FE students. Eighty-five per cent of students were studying part-time. Only 0.4 per cent of learning was all in Welsh.

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