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Our Partners

More information about the initiatives run by partners involved in the Skills Summit can be found via the links below. Please get involved and share with your colleagues, stakeholders and community.

Berkshire Apprenticeship Hub

The Hub is a one-stop shop for businesses of all sizes based in Berkshire to gain fast and easy access to information on apprenticeship programmes and the latest funding.

www.berkshire-apprenticeships.co.uk/

WOOP (Worlds of Opportunity)

Funded by the European Social Fund and Education and Skills Funding Agency, WOOP (led by Adviza) has a grant of £450,000 to raise awareness and help plug the STEM/STEAM skills gap by promoting opportunities and seeking talent. It will also help ensure that education and training programmes keep pace with employers’ needs.

www.woop.org.uk/berkshire/

Digital Gum

This six-week course aims to help apprentices and return-to-work parents fast track their digital careers. The project is funded by the LEP using Growing Places Funds (Revenue).

www.wearedigitalgum.com

Henley Business School

As a full-service business school, delivering programmes to students and professionals at every stage of their life in the business world.

www.henley.ac.uk

The Apprenticeship Support and Knowledge for Schools Service (ASK)

ASK delivers apprenticeship and traineeship information to young people in years 10, 11, 12 and 13 to ensure young people are aware of all the options available to them. www.gov.uk/government/news/apprenticeship-support-and-knowledge-for-schools-project-launches

Careers & Enterprise Company - The Berkshire Enterprise Adviser Network (EAN)

The EAN links senior business volunteers with school leadership teams to help them develop an inspirational and realistic careers education programme.

www.thamesvalleyberkshire.co.uk/enterprise-adviser-network