§ Rev. Ian Paisley
asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland what is the occupancy rate of youth 301W training programme places in (a) each of the work preparation units in Belfast, and (b) each of the further education colleges in the Greater Belfast area.
§ Mr. Butler
(a) The occupancy rate of youth training programme places in work preparation units in Belfast on 31 January 1984 was as follows: Ardoyne Enterprises Ltd. 89 per cent., Ballymac Youth Workshop Ltd. 53 per cent., Castlereagh Youth and Community Workshop Ltd. 95 per cent., Clowney Youth Training Scheme Ltd. 67 per cent., Collinbrook Community Workshop Ltd. 88 per cent., Crumlin Road Opportunities Ltd. 58 per cent., Extern Community Enterprises 80 per cent., Fallswater Youth Training Workshop Ltd. 67 per cent., Federation Street Youth Opportunities Ltd. 93 per cent., Glenand Youth and Community Workshop Ltd. 88 per cent., Limestone Youth Training Project Ltd. 61 per cent., Loughview Youth Projects Ltd. 99 per cent., Lower Falls Youth Training Society Ltd. 78 per cent., Quest Youth Workshop Ltd. 56 per cent., Scala Community Workshop Ltd. 59 per cent., Shankill Community Projects Ltd. 54 per cent., Voluntary Service Belfast Ltd. 70 per cent., Woodvale Youth Training Project Ltd. 61 per cent.
(b) The occupancy rate of youth training programme places in the five further education colleges in the Greater Belfast area on 30 January 1984 was as follows: College of Business Studies 69 per cent., College of Technology 31 per cent., Rupert Stanley college of further education 41 per cent., Castlereagh college of further education 31 per cent., Newtownabbey college of further education 64 per cent.
Note: The percentages are expressed against a theoretical maximum figure which in practice is generally unobtainable.