Local Government Association – Interactive Data Tools
The Local Government Association have created a series of tools to access and interrogate comparative information about local areas. This includes interactive thematic reports on care and health along with small area reports focused on smaller localities such as wards, these reports support comparison and analysis within local areas. the tools can be access from the following link:
Skills Gap Reports
Hull College commissioned a series of Skills Gap Reports as part of the original Skills Support for the Workforce (SSW) project in 2015, copies of the reports covering seven key sectors are available below. The new SSW project will be revisiting these sector reports as part of the current programme.
EU Funded Employment & Skills Support in the Humber
The Humber LEP and Humber Learning Consortium have pulled together a document which summarises all the EU Funded Employment and Skills Support that is offered in the Humber. This document builds on the success of the EU Funded Business Support Handbook that was published earlier this year. The document includes information on the programmes that are being delivered in the Humber through the Humber ESIF Programme as well as those of our neighbouring LEPs. It also includes other non-EU funded programmes which are of relevance. The document is available on the LEP website here.
Humber Summer Schools Conference
The Humber Summer Schools Conference showcased the latest developments and the range of support available to young people within the education and skills arena locally and nationally. It focussed on the career landscape, apprenticeship reforms and the economic changes brought about by the emerging sectors, including renewables. Details from conference can be found here:
Labour Market Information for Industry Sectors
The Humber LEP as part of the Humber Employment and Skills Strategy has commissioned the development of a range of Labour Market Information resources based on key sector areas within the Humber Sub Region. These key sectors are those that present the greatest potential for economic growth.
To access the resources click here
Disability Confident and ‘This Ability’
For support and assistance when recruiting for new staff, or to aide with existing staff, the Humber LEP are supporting the Humber ‘This Ability’ campaign, led by the partnership of Humber Learning Consortium (Talent Match Humber) and DWP.
More information about the campaign can be found here
To learn more about becoming a Disability Confident employer click here
50 + Working Group
The LEP is committed to ensuring that residents aged 50 plus have the opportunity to contribute to the local economy. Aligned with the government’s Fuller Working Lives agenda, the LEP has ensured that ESF investments target this key group of people. Employers often report that this age group has excellent employability skills, which combined with experience, can drive business growth. Employers are encouraged to retain, retrain and recruit older workers. To find out more about 50+ Working Group please contact the LEP Skills Team.
To find out more about the government’s campaign click here
In November 2015 businesses, recruiters and HR managers from across the Humber region came together to discuss and look at solutions to make sure the Humber addresses an inevitable skills gap. We shared information and looked for solutions on how to retain, retrain and recruit the over-50s.
National Apprenticeship Data
The Education and Skills Funding Agency and Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy have published a data library on Apprenticeships. The documents can be viewed at:
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