Emma Stewart presentation to LESPN, 18 Sep 2012 - London Enterprise Panel Skills and Employment Working Group
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Emma Stewart presentation to LESPN, 18 Sep 2012 - London Enterprise Panel Skills and Employment Working Group Emma Stewart presentation to LESPN, 18 Sep 2012 - London Enterprise Panel Skills and Employment Working Group Presentation Transcript

  • LONDON ENTERPRISE PANELSkills & Employment Working GroupJuly 2012
  • Working groupTerms of referenceChampioning skills in London and to propose priorities for skillstraining;Make recommendations to the London Enterprise Panel on issuesrelating to skills and employment in London, including:• improving efficiency and effectiveness of existing skills and employment in the capitalMake recommendations to Government on behalf of business, theMayor and boroughs on issues related to skills and employment
  • Working groupChair: Grant Hearn,Vice-Chair: Jack Morris, Chairman of Business Design Centre GroupMembers:• Emma Stuart - Women Like us on behalf of LVSC• Ian Ashman – Chair, London Association of Colleges• Ian Mulheirn - Social Market Foundation• Nigel Carrington – Rector, University of the Arts• Cllr Steve Reed - London Councils• Roy OShaughnessy – Chief Executive, CDG & Work Programme• Sue Terpilowski, Chairman London Policy Unit at Federation of Small Businesses• John-Paul Marks – Department of Work & Pensions/Job Centre Plus• Paul Whitmore,- Commercial Director Morgan Sindall Group Plc
  • Skills & Employment priorities indentified so far
  • Supporting the priorities: Key Outputs 2012• Publication of a Skills & Employment Plan for London by March 2013;• To deliver this the following areas of research are taking place over the summer to support the identified priorities: • Labour Market Forecasting • Review of the current skills and employment system (in and out of work) • Assessing capacity of the system to respond to future skills and employment needs • A review of the London Skills & Employment Observatory with the aim of redeveloping it to make it user-friendly for schools, Colleges, employers and users • Increasing levels of employer engagement (business, skills and employment) • Development of a part-time working campaign