As the governing body of the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership, our Board assesses the Humber economy and develops our strategy, setting priorities and making decisions. It oversees the work of our sub-boards and groups.
The Business Development Board leads our work on one of our three key ambitions: to support businesses to thrive in the Humber. The board supports the development of key business sectors and the co-ordination of business support, and leads our business engagement strategy.
The Investment and Regulation Board leads our work on one of our three key ambitions: to make sure the Humber has the right infrastructure that supports growth. The group is made up of representatives from local authorities, statutory agencies and businesses.
The Employment and Skills Board leads our work on one of our three key ambitions: to have a skilled and productive workforce that meets the needs of business. The board developed and oversees the implementation of the Humber Employment and Skills Strategy, supported by a number of networks and working groups.
Our Investment Panel makes decisions on business grant and loan applications. The Panel comprises of private sector business people with expertise covering business management, finance, law and property.
The Humber LEP’s Audit Committee has been established to monitor the integrity of the financial statements of the company and any formal announcements relating to the company’s financial performance.
Our Marketing Strategy Group is responsible for developing the overarching strategy on marketing the Humber with the aim of attracting investment to the region.
The Single Conversation group is a national pilot, bringing together statutory agencies, local planning authorities and the Humber LEP to ensure a smoother process for developing around the Humber Estuary.
The Digital Sector Group supports the growth of the Humber tech cluster and the application of digital technology as an enabler of growth across the Humber economy.
The Skills Implementation Group considers the priority skills and employability issues for the Humber regions, managing the delivery of a skills implementation plan for the region with clear outcomes.
The Apprenticeship Group respond to local, regional and national issues, reporting key issues to the LEP Employment and Skills Board.
The fifty plus group meets quarterly and feeds into the Employment and Skills Board.
The CEIAG (Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance) Group feeds into the Employment and Skills Board. The key strategies are to develop an implementation and validation plan for the Gold Standard, and to collate and produce a Humber LMI resource to support skills and the wider LEP agenda.
Springboard is a Humber wide programme co-ordinated by the Humber LEP which aims to reduce the NEET population within 18-24 year olds by supporting them into training or employment.
The Justice group meets quarterly, feeding into the Employment and Skills Board.
The Recruiters Forum is made up of HR professionals and business leaders from across the Humber, and feeds in to the Employment and Skills Board.
Health underpins all of the key sectors, and the Health Group, made up of public sector organisations and private business meets quarterly, feeding in to the Employment and Skills Board.
The Humber Energy Campus Group meets quarterly to discuss and solve skills shortages and issues in the growing Humber energy sector.
The Skills Support for the Workforce and Skills Support for Redundancy programmes are designed to deliver responsive workplace learning courses across the Humber region to meet individual, employer and regional economic needs.