The Humber LEP commissioned the development of a dashboard and a Data Analysis report to support the requirements outlined for the development of Skills Advisory Panels (SAPs) Skills advisory panels analytical toolkits.
The live Dashboard Analytical Tool includes key indicators and statistical information to support local decision-makers and stakeholders to understand the Humber skills environment. This data will be used by the Humber LEP Employment and Skills Board to identify existing and future skills gaps and employment priorities relevant to the Humber.
The dashboard has been developed to follow the four-stage approach required by the Department for Education toolkit guidance and has been designed to provide concise, focused and easy-to-read reports, which can be drilled down so the end-user can interrogate the data in more detail down to the lowest possible geographical level. It will allow the user to understand how the four local authorities contribute to the Humber LEP’s performance in certain areas.
The dashboard was updated in July 2020 to include new data from the Humber Digital Skills Analysis Report . The dashboard will be reviewed on a quarterly basis and automatically updates depending on the source of the data.
The Data Analysis report provides a detailed analysis of the local skills landscape, based on the requirements set out in the above SAP analytical toolkit. This Analytical Framework includes a range of key questions which must be answered as part of the analysis to ensure compliance with the requirements of the SAPs.
Please view the report here: Humber SAP Final Report – 13 December 2019 PDF
This analysis has been used to provide the evidence base for the People Chapter of the Humber LEP’s Local Industrial Strategy.
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SAP Analytical Report Workshops December 2019
The Humber LEP held two workshops in December 2019 with key stakeholders to get views on the headline findings from the SAP analysis and to identify any gaps in the evidence base. We also looked at the emerging policy implications arising from the research including the Clean Growth White Paper and the Employment and Skills Strategy to get feedback on the emerging skills priorities from the SAP evidence.
Please view the report from the workshops here:
Graduate Employment in the Humber April 2020
The Humber LEP commissioned a deep-dive analysis on Humber’s graduates from universities across the wider area. The need for additional data was identified at the December 2019 SAP workshops. The attached report only covers the data from universities and does not include significant amount of higher level technical and degree provision in College Based Higher Education.
Humber Digital Skills Analysis July 2020
The Humber Skills Advisory Panel (SAP) Analysis Report 2019 and subsequent stakeholder workshops identified the need for a more detailed review of digital skills and the impact on jobs and skills of as automation increases. This Digital Skills Analysis study aims to support the Employment and Skills Board, local providers and employers to respond effectively to Humber’s digital skill priorities.
This study was commissioned in a pre-COVID environment and whilst it is recognised that COVID will fundamentally change the demand and supply of digital skills going forward, the time lag in published data sources means that these issues are not fully reflected in the report.
Please view the report here: Humber Digital Skills Analysis July 2020
Humber Covid-19 Economic Impact Assessment Report July 2020 and December 2020
The Employment and Skills Board commissioned an economic impact assessment of the impact of Covid-19 on the Humber area to inform employment and skills recovery plans.
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