Further Education – LMI Insight Event
Wednesday 22nd January 2020, The Studio, Birmingham
Tuesday 4th February 2020, The Studio, Manchester
Intent, Implementation, Impact
An innovative collaboration hosted by Emsi and FE Associates.
As well as hearing thought provoking data from Emsi, we will benefited from FEA’s significant expertise on how to develop our teaching practitioners to place greater emphasis on skill development. We also reviewed Ofsted inspections on the new framework to date, particularly exploring initial feedback and thoughts relating the use of labour market information and shaping curriculum intent.
Higher Education – Using LMI for Course Design
Wednesday 11th December 2019, UK College of Business and Computing (UKCBC), London
In association with the QAA
At this workshop event, we
- Heared from the QAA on the key areas to focus on when designing courses,
- Shared current practice of how LMI is being used in course design and development,
- Examine which data can be applied when in designing the teaching of a programme,
- Looked to the future of LMI, skills data innovation and international insights.
Economic Development – The Science of the Possible
Understanding Data and its Potential for Solving Regional Economic Challenges
Thursday 24th October, The Studio, Birmingham
This was a one-day forum which addressed the issues and challenges currently facing economic developers.
With a number of presentations which gave:
- A better understanding of how Emsi data is put together and how it can be trusted as the most complete, detailed source of Labour Market Insight on the market.
- A look at the potential offered by the data to provide solutions to both the ongoing and newer challenges faced by economic development teams in LEPs and Local Authorities.
- A look at the wider contextual trends influencing the economy such as technology and migration.
- A practical roundtable discussion onÂ how customers are you using Emsi data in their area?
Welsh Conference 2019
Thursday 27th June 2019, Swansea University
This Complimentary practical event, which was open to all, was a really insightful time when colleges throughout Wales came together to understand how better use of data can help solve many of the challenges they face in defining, developing and delivering the skills of the future.The day consisted of an opening address from John Gray, Director, Emsi UK on how Skills and jobs are changing…
Followed by Plenaries from
- Iestyn Davies, CEO, Colleges Wales – Adaptation or Transformation, Finding a way through changing times
- James Jewell & Bruce Fellows, Research and Planning, Gower College Swansea – Using LMI in Curriculum Planning
- James Healy, Economist, Emsi UK – The State of the Welsh Economy: Grand Slam or Wooden Spoon?
- Sam Millis, Product Manager, Emsi UK – Emsi Product update