EMSI is pleased to announce our participation in this year’s AoC Conference in Birmingham. This is the 3rd consecutive year that EMSI has attended and every year has been better than the last, so this one is sure to be the best yet.
You will be able to find us at stand 51 in Hall 3. Do drop by and say hello!
As with previous years, we will be headlining our extensive labour market data product suite, including:
- The Economic Impact Study, which quantifies the financial impact of your institution and prompts you to ask the question, “Where can we improve?”
- Analyst, which helps you discover local skills needs so that you can improve your value to the surrounding community
- Career Coach, which helps you promote your courses and generate positive student outcomes by demonstrating the link between your curriculum and local employment opportunities
We are also excited to hear that Gary Warke, Chief Executive of the the Hull College Group, will be leading a breakout session exploring why he, and colleagues from across the 157 Group, commissioned Economic Impact Studies from EMSI and sharing how they have utilised recent finding to drive key stakeholder engagement initiatives. So if you are interested to find out more about our Economic Impact Study from a college perspective, or have undertaken a study recently and would like to hear how other colleges have used their findings, then be sure to book on to session 1.9: How much does our college contribute financially to the local economy, and why is it so important to understand? This is being run on the Tuesday of the conference.
We hope to see you there!