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nshd_62_yeoi
NATIONAL SURVEY OF HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENT
STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL
(Employment and Training Study)
INTERVIEW SCHEDULE 1962

Ref. No.

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Name and address

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FOR THOSE WHOSE HOME ADDRESS HAS CHANGED

New address:

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TUCKED INSIDE THIS BOOKLET WILL BE FOUND:
(i) "Notes for Youth Employment Officers"
(ii) A letter of invitation to be completed
(iii) Personal Questionnaire "Y 1b"
INSTRUCTIONS FOR ADMINISTERING THIS INTERVIEW SCHEDULE
Please read through this schedule before using it, to make yourself familiar with the questions, layout, etc.
Instructions for the interviewing Y.E.O. are written in italics. The actual questions to be read out are in bold type. Please adhere to the wording and order of the questions given. Many questions are pre-coded. In these questions you are asked to circle the number against the appropriate answer. You may have to question a youngster a little further to enable you to classify his answer more easily. But do not read out the pre-coded answers as suggestions, except where the instruction "show" is given. This is most important, as otherwise uncontrollable bias may be introduced.
Questions 95-106 are for you to answer yourself. Please do not answer them in the youngster's presence.
Please start the interview with the following introduction, together with any other comment you feel appropriate to the particular youngster:
" As you know, you are one of a group of 5000 young people all over the country who have been followed up since they were born in March 1946 by this National Survey. I expect you remember that when you were at school you occasionally had a form to fill in, or you had to have a special examination by the doctor. Well, now that you have left school the survey people would like to know how you're getting on, and they've asked me to ask you some questions about what you've been doing since last year. It isn't a test, it's just to give us an idea of what's happened to you since you left school.
Everything you tell me will be treated as confidential information, none of it will go into the records here, or to your employer, or to anyone else except the survey people. And remember, there are no right or wrong answers to these questions, I just want you to give me the answers that are true for you."
ADMINSTRATION OF PERSONAL QUESTIONNAIRE Y 1b
When you have completed question 94 of the schedule, introduce the Personal Questionnaire Y1b with the following comment: -
"Now I'd like you to answer some questions for yourself. Some of them you might think are a bit more private than those I've just asked you, so when you've finished put the form in this envelope and stick it down. If you don't understand what a question means I'll try and help. Where a question has got several possible answers, like this, [show example] what you have to do is put a circle round the number against the answer that is right for you. Try and answer all the questions."
Please try and arrange for the youngster to fill in the form in a quiet place. Make sure he has something to write with, and give him an ordinary 9" x 4" envelope on which you have written, plainly, "Strictly Confidential", "National Survey", and his name and reference number as on the top of this booklet.
Watch the youngster for a little to see if he needs help, and give it if he asks for it. But please do not suggest answers. If any part of the questionnaire is clearly beyond him, then leave it, When he has completed the questionnaire and sealed it, please thank him profusely for "helping once again with this Survey".
Instructions for the despatch of the forms will be found on the separate sheet "Notes for Youth Employment Officers".

Is this your correct name and permanent address?

1
yes
0
no
[If "no" insert corrected name or address in panel at top right of page 1.]

Do you live at home with your parents during the week?

1
at home (with parents or guardian)
[If 'NO']

Where do you live?

2
with other relatives
3
in lodgings
*
other, namely
Other
[If not living at home.]
qc_2_i == 2 || qc_2_i == 3 || qc_2_i == *

How often do you go home?

1
more than once a week
2
about once a week
3
about once a fortnight
4
about once in 3 weeks
5
about once a month
6
about once in 2 months
7
less often

How long does it take you to get to work in the morning?

1
less than 15 minutes
2
15 - 29 minutes
3
30 - 44 minutes
4
45 - 59 minutes
5
1 - 11/2 hours
6
11/2 - 2 hours
7
over 2 hours
y
not working

How do you get there? [Main means of travel]

1
walk
2
bicycle
3
public bus or tram
4
train
5
motor car
6
motor bike, scooter, moped
7
works transport
y
not working

Have you any brothers or sisters?

1
yes
0
no
[If "YES"
qc_6 == 1
ask details and fill in table]
NAMES AGES PRESENT OCCUPATION [ask details of type of job] TYPE OF FIRM [or of school or college if student]
1
2
3
4
5
LEAVING SCHOOL

What was the last school you went to full-time?

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When did you leave school? [month, year]

Date

When did you leave school? at [age] ... years ... months

Years
Months
[If still at secondary school ask What school are you at? and discontinue interview with apologies. The youngster will be approached through the school]
qc_8_i == NULL && qc_8_ii == NULL

What school are you at? ... (Town)

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What did your parents feel about your leaving school then?

1
wanted me to leave
2
didn't mind
3
wanted me to stay on

What did your teachers feel about it?

1
thought I ought to leave
2
didn't mind, or I'm not sure
3
thought I ought to stay on

Did you consider staying on at school any longer?

1
yes
0
no
[If "YES"]
qc_11 == 1

What made you decide to leave when you did?

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Suppose you had your time again, at what age would you leave school?

5
15
6
16
7
17
8
18
9
older

How did you like school in your last year there?

1
liked it very much
2
liked
3
didn't mind it
4
disliked
5
disliked very much

Which stream were you in? How many were there? [e.g. 2nd stream of 4 streams] ... STREAM OF ... STREAMS

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How many
0
my year not streamed by ability

How do you think your work at school compared with the others in your class?

1
among the best
2
above average
3
about the middle
4
not as good as most
5
near the bottom

Did you take any evening classes or correspondence courses while you were still at school?

1
yes
0
no
[If "YES"]
qc_17 == 1

SUBJECTS

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COLLEGE

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DATES from ... to

Date
Date 2

EXAMS TAKEN

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RESULTS

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Did you have a part-time job in your last year at school?

1
yes
0
no
[If "YES"]
qc_18 == 1

DETAILS OF JOB

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HOURS PER WEEK

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JOB HISTORY

Now I'd like you to tell me something about the job you're doing now, and any jobs you've done before.

0
unemployed now
y
has never worked
Now I'd like you to tell me something about the job you're doing now, and any jobs you've done before. [Ask the following questions 19-25 for the present job, and record the answers in Column 1. Then ask "What were you doing before that?" and record answers for previous job in Column 2, and so on for any earlier jobs, so that the last column completed is the first job held. If the youngster has had more than six jobs since leaving school, please repeat the questions for each job and record the answers on a separate piece of paper and attach it to this form. If the youngster is unemployed now, circle 'O' in column 1 and record the previous job in column 2.
If he has never worked, circle 'y' and go on to question 67]
qc_19_i == y

Since leaving school have you attended any classes at a technical or other college, or taken any correspondence courses? (Including non-vocational courses and classes)

0
no
1
yes, college
2
yes, correspondence course
TECHNICAL AND FURTHER EDUCATION
[If the youngster has taken any classes or courses since leaving school,
qc_67 == 1 || qc_67 == 2
please ask the following questions about each college session. Two columns are provided for each year to allow for (i) complete changes of course during the year, e.g. Mechanical Engineering to Accountancy and (ii) in cases where the youngster has taken two different courses at the same time, e.g. day-release in Mechanical Engineering at the Technical College, and two evenings a week at the Evening Institute doing 'O' Level French. If no such complications arise, use only the first column for each year. Take one course at a time and ask all questions 68-86 for that course before tackling the next one.
When did you first start taking any classes or courses? [record subsequent answers in appropriate column]
What college did you go to then? (or whose correspondence course did you take?) Did you attend full-time or part-time, day or evenings? [Ring more than one if necessary] [If evenings] How many evenings per week? What course are/were you taking? [College's name for course] What stage, or year, are/were you in? What subjects do/did you study? Were/Are you taking this course to help you in your job or was it purely for your own interest? When did you start this course? [month, year] When did/will it finish? Did you complete the course or did you leave early? [If left early] Why did you give up the course? Did you sit any examination in that year? What exam? What subjects did you take in the examination? Which did you pass in? [underline passes] Is/Was any homework set? Is/Was it complusory or voluntary? [If any set] How many hours a week do/did you spend on it usually? ... hours Who pays/paid the tuition and exam fees for your classes or courses? During this course, does/did your employer help you in any other way, such as paying for fares, meals, books and so on? [circle more than one if necessary] During this course, does/did your employer help you in any other way, such as paying for fares, meals, books and so on? [circle more than one if necessary] other, namely Does/Did your supervisor or other responsible person at work talk over your college work with you? What do they discuss? [ask each alternative and circle if "YES"]
1960/61
1961/62 (a)
1961/62 (b)
1962/63 (a)
1962/63 (b)

What qualification are/were you finally aiming for at college? (or through correspondence courses?)

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[For those not on day-release, i.e. evenings-only students]

Why did/do you not attend day-release classes?

1
I prefer not to
2
no courses available
3
employer unwilling
*
other reason, namely
Other
[For those who have never taken classes or courses]
qc_67 == 0

Do you think you will take any classes or courses later on?

1
yes
2
probably
3
possibly
4
unlikely
0
no
GENERAL HEALTH
[A continuous record has been kept of the health of the youngsters in the survey since their birth. The following questions are put in to keep our records up to date.]

The last hospital admission recorded for you was ... have you been in hospital (in-patient) since then?

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1
yes
0
no
[If YES]
qc_90_a == 1

What hospital was it?

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When did you go in?

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What were you in hospital for?

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How long were you in hospital?

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What was the doctor's name who looked after you?

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Since January 1961 have you attended a hospital as an out-patient?

1
yes
0
no
[If YES]
qc_91_a == 1

What hospital was it?

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When did you go first?

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Why did you go?

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Since January 1961 have you attended a clinic?

1
yes
0
no
[If YES]
qc_92_a == 1

Which clinic was it?

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When did you go first?

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Why did you go?

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The last accident we have recorded for you was ... when you were ... years old. Since this accident or since January 1961 have you had an accident when you were BURNT or SCALDED, BROKE A BONE, were BADLY CUT or BRUISED, or INJURED by a CHEMICAL?

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Age
1
yes
0
no
[If YES]
qc_93 == 1
[Please ask for the following details about each accident, starting with the earliest]
Type of injury [enter as BURN, SCALD, BROKEN BONE, CUT, etc] Part or Parts injured Age when injured [in years and months] Treatment, Hosp. I.P. Hosp. O.P, 'Nursing Home' Own home If treated in own home, who gave treatment,[Doctor, Nurse, other] Details of remaining scarring, disability or deformity
First Accident 1
Second 2
[Please ask for the following details about each accident, starting with the earliest]
DETAILS of how each ACCIDENT OCCURRED [if burnt by fire, say whether electric, gas, open fire or oilstove] Where it occurred [own home, school, street, etc.
First Accident 1
Second 2

Since you started working, have you ever had to stay away from work for a week or more because of an accident or illness?

1
yes
0
no
[If YES,
qc_94 == 1
please ask for the following details for each occasion]
Approximate date Nature of illness, accident How long away from work: days
1
2
3
4
[Now give the youngster the Personal Questionnaire Y 1b to complete. Instruction for administering this will be found on the front cover of this booklet]
BACKGROUND INFORMATION
[These questions are to be completed by the interviewing YEO. Please do not show them to the youngster, nor complete them in his presence.]
FOR YOUNGSTERS WHO HAVE RECEIVED IN-FIRM TRAINING

Size of firm providing the training detailed in questions 42 onwards [i.e. this establishment]

1
1 - 10 employees
2
11 - 24
3
25 - 99
4
100 - 499
5
500 - 999
6
1000 - 1999
7
2000 - 4999
8
5000+

M.L.H. Number of this firm

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Is the firm providing the training ...

1
an independent concern?
2
or part of a larger organization?

From his own knowledge of the firm, would the YEO rate the quality and effectiveness of the training given at work in relation to other firms of this size giving this type of training.

1
top 10%
2
next 20%
3
middle 40%
4
next 20%
5
bottom 10%
y
no knowledge
FOR ALL YOUNGSTERS

Does the Y.E.O give talks and interviews at the school this youngster last attended?

1
yes regularly
2
yes, on request
3
no, although in this area
4
not in this area, in the area of ... Y.E.B
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[If YES]
qc_99 == 1 || qc_99 == 2

Was he/she interviewed at school by a Y.E.O.?

1
yes
0
no
[If YES]
qc_100 == 1

Occupation recommended?

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Recommendation agreed?

1
yes
0
no
[If No]
qc_100_ii == 0

Desired occupation?

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Has he/she been to the bureau for vocational guidance since leaving school?

1
yes
0
no
[If YES]
qc_101 == 1
_occupationrecommended 4

M.L.H. number of present employer

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Please supply the National Insurance number of this youngster, if available:

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In your opinion, using the normal school report supplied to the bureau (if available) is this youngster's present job

1
well below his potential?
2
rather below what he could do?
3
about in line with his capacities?
4
rather above his ability?
5
well over his head?
y
no report available

Has the Y.E.O. conducting this interview dealt with this youngster before?

0
no
1
yes, school conference
2
yes, vocational guidance at Y.E.B.
3
yes, placing interview

Please record your comments on this youngster's career to date, as brought out by this interview. Outline any outstanding factors in the local employment situation which should be taken into account in looking at this youngsters's job history etc. If this youngster has never had a paid job, please note the circumstances here.

Long text

... YEB

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date

Date
THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR HELP
End

nshd_62_yeoi

NATIONAL SURVEY OF HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENT
STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL
(Employment and Training Study)
INTERVIEW SCHEDULE 1962
Ref. No.
Generic text
Name and address
Generic text

FOR THOSE WHOSE HOME ADDRESS HAS CHANGED

New address:
Generic text
TUCKED INSIDE THIS BOOKLET WILL BE FOUND:
(i) "Notes for Youth Employment Officers"
(ii) A letter of invitation to be completed
(iii) Personal Questionnaire "Y 1b"
INSTRUCTIONS FOR ADMINISTERING THIS INTERVIEW SCHEDULE
Please read through this schedule before using it, to make yourself familiar with the questions, layout, etc.
Instructions for the interviewing Y.E.O. are written in italics. The actual questions to be read out are in bold type. Please adhere to the wording and order of the questions given. Many questions are pre-coded. In these questions you are asked to circle the number against the appropriate answer. You may have to question a youngster a little further to enable you to classify his answer more easily. But do not read out the pre-coded answers as suggestions, except where the instruction "show" is given. This is most important, as otherwise uncontrollable bias may be introduced.
Questions 95-106 are for you to answer yourself. Please do not answer them in the youngster's presence.
Please start the interview with the following introduction, together with any other comment you feel appropriate to the particular youngster:
" As you know, you are one of a group of 5000 young people all over the country who have been followed up since they were born in March 1946 by this National Survey. I expect you remember that when you were at school you occasionally had a form to fill in, or you had to have a special examination by the doctor. Well, now that you have left school the survey people would like to know how you're getting on, and they've asked me to ask you some questions about what you've been doing since last year. It isn't a test, it's just to give us an idea of what's happened to you since you left school.
Everything you tell me will be treated as confidential information, none of it will go into the records here, or to your employer, or to anyone else except the survey people. And remember, there are no right or wrong answers to these questions, I just want you to give me the answers that are true for you."
ADMINSTRATION OF PERSONAL QUESTIONNAIRE Y 1b
When you have completed question 94 of the schedule, introduce the Personal Questionnaire Y1b with the following comment: -
"Now I'd like you to answer some questions for yourself. Some of them you might think are a bit more private than those I've just asked you, so when you've finished put the form in this envelope and stick it down. If you don't understand what a question means I'll try and help. Where a question has got several possible answers, like this, [show example] what you have to do is put a circle round the number against the answer that is right for you. Try and answer all the questions."
Please try and arrange for the youngster to fill in the form in a quiet place. Make sure he has something to write with, and give him an ordinary 9" x 4" envelope on which you have written, plainly, "Strictly Confidential", "National Survey", and his name and reference number as on the top of this booklet.
Watch the youngster for a little to see if he needs help, and give it if he asks for it. But please do not suggest answers. If any part of the questionnaire is clearly beyond him, then leave it, When he has completed the questionnaire and sealed it, please thank him profusely for "helping once again with this Survey".
Instructions for the despatch of the forms will be found on the separate sheet "Notes for Youth Employment Officers".
Is this your correct name and permanent address?
1
yes
0
no
[If "no" insert corrected name or address in panel at top right of page 1.]
Do you live at home with your parents during the week?
1
at home (with parents or guardian)
Where do you live?
2
with other relatives
3
in lodgings
*
other, namely
Other
How often do you go home?
1
more than once a week
2
about once a week
3
about once a fortnight
4
about once in 3 weeks
5
about once a month
6
about once in 2 months
7
less often
How long does it take you to get to work in the morning?
1
less than 15 minutes
2
15 - 29 minutes
3
30 - 44 minutes
4
45 - 59 minutes
5
1 - 11/2 hours
6
11/2 - 2 hours
7
over 2 hours
y
not working
How do you get there? [Main means of travel]
1
walk
2
bicycle
3
public bus or tram
4
train
5
motor car
6
motor bike, scooter, moped
7
works transport
y
not working
Have you any brothers or sisters?
1
yes
0
no

ask details and fill in table]

NAMES AGES PRESENT OCCUPATION [ask details of type of job] TYPE OF FIRM [or of school or college if student]
1
2
3
4
5

LEAVING SCHOOL

What was the last school you went to full-time?
Generic text
When did you leave school? [month, year]
Date
When did you leave school? at [age] ... years ... months
Years
Months
What school are you at? ... (Town)
Generic text
Generic text 2
What did your parents feel about your leaving school then?
1
wanted me to leave
2
didn't mind
3
wanted me to stay on
What did your teachers feel about it?
1
thought I ought to leave
2
didn't mind, or I'm not sure
3
thought I ought to stay on
Did you consider staying on at school any longer?
1
yes
0
no
What made you decide to leave when you did?
Generic text
Suppose you had your time again, at what age would you leave school?
5
15
6
16
7
17
8
18
9
older
How did you like school in your last year there?
1
liked it very much
2
liked
3
didn't mind it
4
disliked
5
disliked very much
Which stream were you in? How many were there? [e.g. 2nd stream of 4 streams] ... STREAM OF ... STREAMS
Generic text
How many
0
my year not streamed by ability
How do you think your work at school compared with the others in your class?
1
among the best
2
above average
3
about the middle
4
not as good as most
5
near the bottom
Did you take any evening classes or correspondence courses while you were still at school?
1
yes
0
no
SUBJECTS
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COLLEGE
Generic text
DATES from ... to
Date
Date 2
EXAMS TAKEN
Generic text
RESULTS
Generic text
Did you have a part-time job in your last year at school?
1
yes
0
no
DETAILS OF JOB
Generic text
HOURS PER WEEK
Generic text

JOB HISTORY

Now I'd like you to tell me something about the job you're doing now, and any jobs you've done before.
0
unemployed now
y
has never worked
Now I'd like you to tell me something about the job you're doing now, and any jobs you've done before. [Ask the following questions 19-25 for the present job, and record the answers in Column 1. Then ask "What were you doing before that?" and record answers for previous job in Column 2, and so on for any earlier jobs, so that the last column completed is the first job held. If the youngster has had more than six jobs since leaving school, please repeat the questions for each job and record the answers on a separate piece of paper and attach it to this form. If the youngster is unemployed now, circle 'O' in column 1 and record the previous job in column 2.
Since leaving school have you attended any classes at a technical or other college, or taken any correspondence courses? (Including non-vocational courses and classes)
0
no
1
yes, college
2
yes, correspondence course

TECHNICAL AND FURTHER EDUCATION

please ask the following questions about each college session. Two columns are provided for each year to allow for (i) complete changes of course during the year, e.g. Mechanical Engineering to Accountancy and (ii) in cases where the youngster has taken two different courses at the same time, e.g. day-release in Mechanical Engineering at the Technical College, and two evenings a week at the Evening Institute doing 'O' Level French. If no such complications arise, use only the first column for each year. Take one course at a time and ask all questions 68-86 for that course before tackling the next one.

When did you first start taking any classes or courses? [record subsequent answers in appropriate column]

What college did you go to then? (or whose correspondence course did you take?) Did you attend full-time or part-time, day or evenings? [Ring more than one if necessary] [If evenings] How many evenings per week? What course are/were you taking? [College's name for course] What stage, or year, are/were you in? What subjects do/did you study? Were/Are you taking this course to help you in your job or was it purely for your own interest? When did you start this course? [month, year] When did/will it finish? Did you complete the course or did you leave early? [If left early] Why did you give up the course? Did you sit any examination in that year? What exam? What subjects did you take in the examination? Which did you pass in? [underline passes] Is/Was any homework set? Is/Was it complusory or voluntary? [If any set] How many hours a week do/did you spend on it usually? ... hours Who pays/paid the tuition and exam fees for your classes or courses? During this course, does/did your employer help you in any other way, such as paying for fares, meals, books and so on? [circle more than one if necessary] During this course, does/did your employer help you in any other way, such as paying for fares, meals, books and so on? [circle more than one if necessary] other, namely Does/Did your supervisor or other responsible person at work talk over your college work with you? What do they discuss? [ask each alternative and circle if "YES"]
1960/61
1961/62 (a)
1961/62 (b)
1962/63 (a)
1962/63 (b)
What qualification are/were you finally aiming for at college? (or through correspondence courses?)
Generic text
Why did/do you not attend day-release classes?
1
I prefer not to
2
no courses available
3
employer unwilling
*
other reason, namely
Other
Do you think you will take any classes or courses later on?
1
yes
2
probably
3
possibly
4
unlikely
0
no

GENERAL HEALTH

[A continuous record has been kept of the health of the youngsters in the survey since their birth. The following questions are put in to keep our records up to date.]
The last hospital admission recorded for you was ... have you been in hospital (in-patient) since then?
Generic text
1
yes
0
no
What hospital was it?
Generic text
When did you go in?
Generic text
What were you in hospital for?
Generic text
How long were you in hospital?
Generic text
What was the doctor's name who looked after you?
Generic text
Since January 1961 have you attended a hospital as an out-patient?
1
yes
0
no
What hospital was it?
Generic text
When did you go first?
Generic text
Why did you go?
Generic text
Since January 1961 have you attended a clinic?
1
yes
0
no
Which clinic was it?
Generic text
When did you go first?
Generic text
Why did you go?
Generic text
The last accident we have recorded for you was ... when you were ... years old. Since this accident or since January 1961 have you had an accident when you were BURNT or SCALDED, BROKE A BONE, were BADLY CUT or BRUISED, or INJURED by a CHEMICAL?
Generic text
Age
1
yes
0
no

[Please ask for the following details about each accident, starting with the earliest]

Type of injury [enter as BURN, SCALD, BROKEN BONE, CUT, etc] Part or Parts injured Age when injured [in years and months] Treatment, Hosp. I.P. Hosp. O.P, 'Nursing Home' Own home If treated in own home, who gave treatment,[Doctor, Nurse, other] Details of remaining scarring, disability or deformity
First Accident 1
Second 2

[Please ask for the following details about each accident, starting with the earliest]

DETAILS of how each ACCIDENT OCCURRED [if burnt by fire, say whether electric, gas, open fire or oilstove] Where it occurred [own home, school, street, etc.
First Accident 1
Second 2
Since you started working, have you ever had to stay away from work for a week or more because of an accident or illness?
1
yes
0
no

please ask for the following details for each occasion]

Approximate date Nature of illness, accident How long away from work: days
1
2
3
4
[Now give the youngster the Personal Questionnaire Y 1b to complete. Instruction for administering this will be found on the front cover of this booklet]

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

[These questions are to be completed by the interviewing YEO. Please do not show them to the youngster, nor complete them in his presence.]
Size of firm providing the training detailed in questions 42 onwards [i.e. this establishment]
1
1 - 10 employees
2
11 - 24
3
25 - 99
4
100 - 499
5
500 - 999
6
1000 - 1999
7
2000 - 4999
8
5000+
M.L.H. Number of this firm
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Is the firm providing the training ...
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an independent concern?
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or part of a larger organization?
From his own knowledge of the firm, would the YEO rate the quality and effectiveness of the training given at work in relation to other firms of this size giving this type of training.
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top 10%
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next 20%
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middle 40%
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next 20%
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bottom 10%
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no knowledge
FOR ALL YOUNGSTERS
Does the Y.E.O give talks and interviews at the school this youngster last attended?
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yes regularly
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yes, on request
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no, although in this area
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not in this area, in the area of ... Y.E.B
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Was he/she interviewed at school by a Y.E.O.?
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yes
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no
Occupation recommended?
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Recommendation agreed?
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yes
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no
Desired occupation?
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Has he/she been to the bureau for vocational guidance since leaving school?
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yes
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no
M.L.H. number of present employer
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Please supply the National Insurance number of this youngster, if available:
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In your opinion, using the normal school report supplied to the bureau (if available) is this youngster's present job
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well below his potential?
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rather below what he could do?
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about in line with his capacities?
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rather above his ability?
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well over his head?
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no report available
Has the Y.E.O. conducting this interview dealt with this youngster before?
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no
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yes, school conference
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yes, vocational guidance at Y.E.B.
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yes, placing interview
Please record your comments on this youngster's career to date, as brought out by this interview. Outline any outstanding factors in the local employment situation which should be taken into account in looking at this youngsters's job history etc. If this youngster has never had a paid job, please note the circumstances here.
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date
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THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR HELP
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Interview Schedule 1962