Classifications:Statistical Classification of Economic Activities in the European Community, NACE Rev. 2
Geographical coverage: All settlements in Turkey borders have been covered. Sector coverage: On the basis of Classification of Economic Activities in the European Community (NACE) Rev. 2 sectors below are covered..( B ) Mining and quarrying( C ) Manufacturing( D-E ) Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply , Water supply; sewerage, waste management and remediation activities( F ) Construction( G ) Wholesale and retail trade( H ) Transportation and storage( I ) Accommodation and food service activities( J ) Information and communication( K ) Financial and insurance activities(L,M,N,R,S ) Real estate activities, professional, scientific and technical activities, administrative and support service activities, arts, entertainment and recreation and other service activitiesPopulation coverage: Within sector coverage, the population covered was enterprises with 10 or more persons employed.
Sources: CVTS data source is enterprises with 10 or more persons employed and 20 NACE Rev. 2 category.
Processing system: Data was collected by face to face interviews and paper surveys. Processing site: Data processing was performed by TurkStat Regional Offices with web based data entry system.
Continuing Vocational Training: All training activities planned in advanced, organized or supported with the specific goal of learning and financed at least partly by the enterprises with the aim of providing new skills or improving current skills of their persons employed are classified as continuing vocational training.
CVT Courses: CVT courses are typically clearly separated from the active work place (learning takes place in locations specially assigned for learning, a class room or training centre). They exhibit a high degree of organization (time, space and content) by a trainer or a training institution. The content is designed for a group of learners (e.g. a curriculum exists). Two distinct types of CVT courses are identified:
Internal CVT courses: Internal CVT courses are principally designed and managed by the enterprise itself.
External CVT courses: External CVT courses are principally designed and managed by organizations which are not part of the enterprise itself (e.g. 3rd party organizations). The enterprise is responsible for choosing the course, to determine timing/ volume of the course or to finance partly the cost of course.
Other forms of Continuing Vocational Training: Activities evaluated as training activities with the purpose of learning however they differ from training courses by means of time and continuity. On the job training, job-rotations and study visits, learning and quality circles, self directed learning and attendance at conferences, trade fairs, workshops and seminars (without certificate) are evaluated as other forms of CVT.
Data collection method: Computer Assisted face-to-face interview method.
The expenditures made with directly or indirect regard to the formal education activities are accepted as "Education expenditure".
The concept of finance source is defined as private or public entities and households which financed the education expenditures.
The concept of service provider represents the institutional structures where the education spending is done for activities related to formal education.
Private entities are the remaining institutions of all kinds, except state and private households (firms, foundations, associations, etc.).
Data collection system: Central government-related institutional data are taken from administrative records (from Analytical budget data), education expenditures of households and private entities, R & D expenditures are obtained through surveys carried out by the units of TurkStat.
Data processing and analysis: Implemented by Education Statistics Group.
Seasonal adjustment: Data are not seasonally adjusted.
Geographic detail: Data are available for country level.