EYF

AcronymDefinition
EYFEuropean Youth Foundation
EYFEnd Year Flexibility (UK)
EYFEuropean Youth Forum
EYFEngineering Your Future (education)
EYFEgi Youth Federation
EYFEuropean Yoga Federation
EYFExpress Youth Forum (India)
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The EYF, which represents 99 youth organisations in Europe, particularly welcomes the proposal to establish a written agreement stating the learning objectives and the maximum duration of a traineeship.
"We are disappointed that the Treasury is still holding onto the EYF stocks voted by Parliament to Wales, but pleased that as a result of my meeting with the Chief Secretary, we believe progress will be made with the arrangements for securing fairer funding for Wales, including borrowing to fund capital projects," she said.
NTID faculty, staff, and professionals who are deaf present the program and introduce EYF students to deaf culture and college life.
He added: "The notion that Scotland have been somehow preparing for an EYF smash and grab from the UK Government this spring is nonsensical." He accused the Government of "pocketing money which has been allocated to the devolved nations" and said it was unprecedented and unjustifiable.
The EYF system had led to accumulated stocks of around pounds 20bn, when all Whitehall departments were taken into account, which would further increase the deficit if they were spent.
This latest demand for the UK Treasury to release the funds follows a statement by Labour Assembly Budget & Business minister Jane Hutt last month that she was "extremely unhappy with the UK Government's plans to write off our accumulated stocks of End Year Flexibility (EYF), which amount to around pounds 385m."
She said yesterday: "The Assembly Government is extremely unhappy with the UK Government's plans to write off our accumulated stocks of End Year Flexibility (EYF), which amount to around pounds 385m.
The UEAPME, which represents small and medium-sized enterprises, and the European Youth Forum (EYF), both of which are particularly concerned by the declaration, reacted enthusiastically to the leaders' commitments: the UEAPME welcomed the debates on growth and private investment while the EYF praised the accent placed on youth unemployment.
In a letter to Budget Minister Jane Hutt, Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander refused to allow the release of the Assembly Government's accumulated stocks of so-called end year flexibility (EYF), the system which had previously allowed it to carry forward unspent funds from one year to the next.
Opposition AMs reacted furiously after learning how much had been left over from previous years in so-called end of year flexibility (EYF).
The European Youth Forum (EYF) greeted the report as illustrating the challenges facing education and training in Europe.
"This system, known as End of Year Flexibility (EYF), is a commonsense approach to financial management and ensures that all available resources are put to use.