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Commission for Social Care Inspection

Mr. Amess: To ask the Secretary of State for Health (1) what the average period of employment for a Commission for Social Care Inspection inspector was in (a) 2005, (b) 2006, (c) 2007 and (d) the most recent period available in 2008; [214044]

(2) how many (a) inspectors and (b) full-time equivalent inspectors were employed by the Commission for Social Care Inspection in each year since 2004, broken down by (i) age and (ii) sex. [214045]

Mr. Ivan Lewis: We have been informed by the Commission for Social Care Inspection (CSCI) that the average period of employment for CSCI inspectors for the years requested are shown in the following table.

Average service in years( 1)

2005

2.51

2006

3.32

2007

4.33

2008

5.33

(1) The average length of service with CSCI or its predecessor the National Care Standards Commission.

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The number of inspectors and full-time equivalent inspectors employed by CSCI in each year since 2004,
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broken down by age and sex are shown in the following tables.

Data 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60> Grand total

2005

Full-time equivalent (FTE)

13.2

233.8

521.4

421.3

51.1

1,240.9

Headcount

14

248

553

447

56

1318

2006

FTE

10.6

174.7

515.2

425.6

62.0

1,188.2

Headcount

11

187

546

444

67

1,255

2007

FTE

6.0

104.3

378.4

354.9

77.5

921.0

Headcount

6

111

402

371

81

971

2008

FTE

3.0

80.0

315.6

319.2

68.8

786.5

Headcount

3

85

335

333

73

829


Data Female Male Grand total

2005

FTE

896.2

344.7

1,240.9

Headcount

964

354

1318

2006

FTE

863.4

324.9

1,188.2

Headcount

922

333

1,255

2007

FTE

688.5

232.5

921.0

Headcount

733

238

971

2008

FTE

599.4

187.1

786.5

Headcount

637

192

829


Mr. Amess: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what the (a) budget and (b) staffing complement, broken down by (i) sex, (ii) age and (iii) grade of the Commission for Social Care Inspection was in each year since 2002. [214062]

Mr. Ivan Lewis: The Commission for Social Care Inspection (CSCI) was established on 1 April 2004. CSCI revenue budgets, staffing complement, broken down by sex, age and grade since 2004, are shown in the following tables.

Revenue budget (£)

2004-05

157,163,000

2005-06

158,560,000

2006-07

(1)160,586,000

2007-08

(2)150,407,000

2008-09

(3)125,290,000

(1 )Includes £2,500,000 transitions
(2) Includes £19,402,000 transitions
(3) Includes £25,290,000 transitions
Note:
Revenue budget figures include capital charges which are notional charges for depreciation and cost of capital. The figures also include transitions costs which are non-recurring restructuring costs.

CSCI staff in post

Staff whole time equivalent

2004-05

2,622

2005-06

2,634

2006-07

2,499

2007-08

2,075

2008-09

1,743


CSCI staff (full-time equivalent) broken down by gender
Month Female Male Grand total

2004

1,847.64

644.61

2,492.25

2005

1,706.95

619.34

2,326.29

2006

1,716.55

637.40

2,353.95

2007

1,385.24

492.55

1,877.78

2008

1,164.31

426.77

1,591.07

Note:
Due to rounding figures may not sum up.

CSCI staff (full-time equivalent) broken down by age
Month <20 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60> Grand total

2004

6.89

220.17

490.20

904.08

792.00

78.90

2,492.25

2005

3.00

175.98

430.69

859.26

769.73

87.63

2,326.29

2006

4.81

194.21

394.53

847.53

814.54

98.34

2,353.95

2007

1.00

151.82

300.70

643.37

668.35

112.54

1,877.78

2008

1.00

114.02

247.96

538.71

584.05

105.33

1,591.07

Note:
Due to rounding figures may not sum up.

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