We are committed to developing a well-motivated workforce with the skills that business needs. We need to ensure that the SEP target of 33,000 new jobs created by 2021 is not hampered by lack of available skills: ‘our workforce will be the lifeblood of our economy: young people will be inspired and older workers valued...’
This programme is where the investment of European funds most directly supports the implementation of our Strategic Economic Plan and where the LEP provides key evidence – labour market intelligence and economic data – to inform the interventions of skills providers.
SEE Strategy Group
The Skills, Education and Employment (SEE) Strategy Group is a LEP Programme Group and leads on behalf of the Board on all matters relating to people, specifically to provide strategic direction for SEE, based on the SEP and evidence of need from employers through a Skills Priority Statement (SPS) – all to improve productivity.
|Katharine Horler, Adviza||Kevin McDaniel, RBWM|
|Kate Webb, Windsor Forest Colleges Group||Sue Taylor, TVB Independent Training Providers|
|Orla Kennedy/Steve Musson, University of Reading||Karen Brown, DWP|
|Jo Harper, UTC Reading|
Skills Capital Investment
The Berkshire Enterprise Adviser Network, a joint initiative by The Careers & Enterprise Company and the LEP, is formed of local business people who work one-to-one with school and college leaders, helping them to develop effective employer engagement plans, drawing on existing, local business networks.