Engaging young people to enrol in your college is never easy, but with increasing competition from other education providers the job is made even harder. How can you make sure that you are promoting yourselves to young people in a way that really resonates with them? One way is to show them a clear route from the courses you offer, to the careers they want.
In this webinar we’ll show you how you can: Map your courses to the local labour market; Align your curriculum with local labour market demand; Market this curriculum to potential students on your website; Promote this curriculum in schools and careers events; Use this LMI to promote careers destinations in your college.
With the Higher and Degree Apprenticeships agenda evolving rapidly, how can you make sure that your university maximises the impact of its current Degree Apprenticeship programmes, understands where the opportunities lie for diversifying into new areas, and makes the most of this offer in other areas, such as Employer and Student Engagement?
Find out how a good knowledge of the employment market can answer these questions and many others.
The Government’s Industrial Strategy – Building a Britain Fit for the Future – is intended to “create the conditions where successful businesses can emerge and grow”.
But although the strategy is a national one, its implementation will take place on a local level, with an emphasis on “Local Industrial Strategies that build on local strengths and deliver on economic opportunities”.
For local and regional economic developers, implementing the strategy will mean identifying strengths and opportunities in their area.
This webinar will show you how you can achieve this, and how this can form the basis of your local strategy.
How can we use Analyst to understand trends and projected growth for specific industries and occupations in our region? In this training session, we’ll be covering the most used reports in Analyst to understand industries and occupations in our local region.