The success of the Humber at creating green jobs – and what both the region and the UK will need to create future green roles – has been discussed in a Parliamentary committee.
Richard Kendall, the Humber LEP’s Director of Business and Strategy, appeared as part of the Environmental Audit Committee’s virtual inquiry into green jobs on Wednesday afternoon.
The committee had asked to hear from the Humber about how the region’s success could be replicated elsewhere, and what more could be
Jobs in the Healthcare sector across our region are now available on the Humber Opportunities website.
The Workforce Consortium Programme Team at the Humber, Coast and Vale Health and Care Partnership, in partnership with the Humber LEP, have been working towards placing their health and social care career pathways to an online resource for job seekers across our area on the Humber Opportunities website. This website also provides helpful information for those whose job or career has been negatively impacted by
Employers, charities and community organisations from across the Humber region are taking advantage of the recently launched Humber Jobs Fuse, a service providing free support for local job seekers affected by the coronavirus and employers with skills gaps.
The Humber Jobs Fuse uses professional careers advisers from the National Careers Service to connect job seekers with organisations who have positions to fill. Lenzing Fibers Grimsby Ltd, an international fibres manufacturer, are one of the 11 organisations to have so far used
A new service is helping those made jobless as a result of the Coronavirus outbreak in the Humber get back into employment – while supporting key regional employers with gaps in their staffing due to the pandemic, such as those in the care sector.
Humber Jobs Fuse, a joint service created by the Humber LEP, The Education Development Trust (a prime contractor for the National Careers Service in Yorkshire and the Humber), the Department for Work and Pensions, the four Humber
– By Stephen Savage, Chair of the Employment and Skills Board
The Humber Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) has undertaken its biggest ever skills research ‘Big Data’ project – the Skills Advisory Panel analysis. This data will enable the LEP and its strategic partners to tackle the region’s skills shortages and help meet the needs of businesses across the Humber. This alignment of skills provision will ensure we are fully prepared for new opportunities in decarbonisation, clean growth and the wider areas
The Humber LEP is proud to support Skills Humber 2020, which is taking place on Wednesday, March 4 and Thursday, March 5 at the Bonus Arena in Hull.
Skills Humber is a free interactive and inspiring two-day event for those aged 14-24, school staff and families.
The event is a one of a kind event for career opportunities in the region. The event hosts a wide range of employers offering apprenticeships in key industry sectors and universities and colleges are on hand
The Humber Careers Hub education providers will meet for the first time tomorrow at the ERGO Centre, at Bridgehead Business Park, to discuss the careers strategy for the Hub with the LEP.
The Humber Careers Hub recognises the challenges and opportunities schools face in meeting all Gatsby Benchmarks and will provide an expert support service using a collaborative approach, a strong network of delivery partners and the sharing of good practice across the region.
Working in partnership with the Careers and Enterprise
Many Humber education and training providers offer their students an opportunity to record their additional employability skills using a ‘passport’ that can be shared with future employers.
The Humber Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) has developed a bespoke framework to support regional organisations to develop a consistent approach to their Employability Passports. This framework supports the CBI seven employability skills.
Words by Stephen Savage, Chair of the Humber LEP Employment and Skills Board
As part of the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership’s (LEP) commitment to
The proposed National College for Wind Energy (NCfWE) Shadow Board is calling for expressions of interest from skills providers who can offer specialist facilities and qualifications as part of developing the required national partnership.
The Humber LEP in partnership with DWP and Chapter3 is hosting a discussion event aimed at recruiters and HR professionals on how to tackle a serious issue facing to the Humber labour market.