The Humber Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) has received £3.25m in additional funding to provide new services across the employment and skills sector in the Humber.
The LEP successfully bid for the funding from the European Social Fund (ESF) National Reserve Fund – and will now put out calls for projects which organisations will be able to bid into to deliver programmes aligned to our employment and skills strategy aims in the Humber.
The calls will cover projects including support in the workforce
Three members of the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership’s Boards attended an event in London on Thursday promoting female participation on LEP boards.
Jo Smedley, the LEP’s Small Business Champion and Managing Director of Grimsby’s Red Herring Games; Anne Tyrrell, Chief Executive of further education college group DN Colleges Group, based at North Lindsey and Doncaster College; and Gill Alton, Chief Executive at Grimsby Institute for Higher Education, will be attending the event alongside over 160 senior women business leaders and entrepreneurs