GSS Session III Mr. Simon Perryman -- Structuring Sector Skill Council: Experience Sharing

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GSS Session III Mr. Simon Perryman -- Structuring Sector Skill Council: Experience Sharing

  1. 1. Working together to develop effective Employer Investment in Skills<br />FICCI: 4th Global Skills Summit<br />Federation House, New Delhi, India<br />15 September 2011<br />Simon Perryman<br />Executive Director<br />
  2. 2. Building SSC Partnership and Collaboration<br /><ul><li>Chris Humphries' presentation on SSCs 2009
  3. 3. Moving from concept to delivery 2010
  4. 4. Memorandum of Understanding between NSDC and UKCES
  5. 5. British Council support and development of UKIERI 2
  6. 6. Technical collaboration on SSC and standards development
  7. 7. NSDC visit to UK
  8. 8. Workshops to support SSC development in India
  9. 9. Sharing good practice 2011
  10. 10. UK SSCs visit counterparts in India for workshop on good practice
  11. 11. Agreement of joint work plan for 2011/12</li></li></ul><li>SSCs here from the UK<br />
  12. 12. The Changing Context in the UK<br /><ul><li>Coalition Government led by David Cameron
  13. 13. Strong support for international collaboration on skills
  14. 14. Cameron and Willetts make very early visits to India
  15. 15. Radical shift to a market led approach – sharp reduction in public expenditure
  16. 16. Major impact on Commission and SSCs
  17. 17. Focus = Employer investment in skills</li></li></ul><li>Our Strategic Objectives<br />5<br />
  18. 18. 6<br />To deliver these priorities our key actions are to<br />Supported by Executive Objectives of<br />Our remit is to raise UK skills to help drive enterprise, jobs and growth (<br />Within this, our Commissioner priority outcomes for 2011/12 are to:<br /><ul><li>1.1 Distil and deploy evidence to reframe and refresh the debate
  19. 19. 1.2 Provide high quality and accessible Labour Market Information and Analysis
  20. 20. 1.3 Support compelling Commissioner messages
  21. 21. 2.1 Ensure fit-for-purpose occupational standards and frameworks
  22. 22. 2.2 Support preparation for work and competence in work for adults and young people
  23. 23. 3.1 Develop and communicate a compelling vision for sector leadership
  24. 24. 3.2 Develop Best Market Solutions through investment funds
  25. 25. 3.3 Reposition and promote Investors in People
  26. 26. 4.1 Create and communicate a clear evidence base on how to tackle the employment challenge
  27. 27. 4.2 Build sectoral and employer support to get the UK working
  28. 28. 4.3 Improve Information, Advice and Guidance</li></ul>Our strategic objectives from Government for 2011/14 are to:<br />As a UK social partnership we will be open, collaborative, focussed and credible advocates<br />E1 Refocus and reform<br />E4 Partnership working<br />E3 Robust evidence base<br />E2 Delivery and accountability <br />Commissioners’ Business Plan for 2011/12<br />P1. Make and win the economic argument for greater investment in skills<br />P2. Enhance the value and accessibility of vocational training, especially apprenticeships<br />P3. Galvanise industries and sectors to improve the skills and productivity of their workforces<br />P4. Work with employers to maximise opportunities for unemployed and disadvantaged people<br />
  29. 29. Investing in Sector Skills<br /><ul><li>Removal of SSC grant aid from April 2012
  30. 30. Introduction of competition and choice
  31. 31. "Buying" Labour Market Intelligence and Standards for Government
  32. 32. "Investing" where employer ambition and leadership is strong, to support the development of sector based skills solutions</li></li></ul><li>Positioning IiPas the Global standard for business development through people <br />
  33. 33. What are we looking to invest in? <br />
  34. 34. Effective Employer Investment in Skills What works?<br /><ul><li>True employer ownership.. brings
  35. 35. Vision and Ambition
  36. 36. Leadership to give pace and decisiveness
  37. 37. Focus and prioritisation - best market solution
  38. 38. Built on strong foundations: research and standards
  39. 39. Employer investment alongside public money
  40. 40. Clear logic chain between problem and solution
  41. 41. Which employers are hungry to buy
  42. 42. Commercially sustainable business plans </li></li></ul><li>EIF 1 Investments<br />
  43. 43. Negotiating agreements worth £10 million with 8 SSCs and 2 non SSCs<br />GIF 1 Investments<br />Professional Institute and Occupational standards for employability professionals<br />Guild for the Hospitality Sector<br />GTA for Sports and Active Leisure sector<br />Life Sciences skills pathways<br />ATA for Science Based Industries<br />Expansion of Gold Standard Competency Framework to SMES in Cogent Footprint<br />Professional standards framework for agriculture and production horticulture<br />Talent Bank (ATA/GTA model) for Gas, waste management and water industries<br />Sector managed model of apprenticeship delivery with BT<br />Quality assurance framework for Creative Industries HE provision<br />Group Training Network for Renewables sector<br />Online Employer Network for Third Sector<br />
  44. 44. Working together to develop effective Employer Investment in Skills<br />FICCI: 4th Global Skills Summit<br />Federation House, New Delhi, India<br />15 September 2011<br />Simon Perryman<br />Executive Director<br />

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