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Improving the job and career prospects of those entering education and training is becoming far less about the qualifications being offered and more about the skills being gained. Achieving this therefore depends on ensuring that the skills being taught are the ones employers are looking for, and then successfully integrating these into course content.
In this webinar, Emsi’s Director of Further Education, John Gray, and Stuart Allen, Executive Director Curriculum and Quality at The Skills Network (TSN), will come together to look at these issues, with John showing how Emsi data can be used to identify current skills demand, and Stuart talking about how TSN have integrated skills development into their online learning content through Stop and Think Activities, Extend Your Learning Tasks, VLOGS, and Reflective Journals.
Using Emsi Career Coach to connect adult learners with the labour market
Using Skills to inform your Curriculum Planning
Right course, Right track
Assessing the effects of economic disruption in your area
Covid Response and Recovery – Leading Your Local Area Through the Crisis
Covid Response and Recovery – Positioning Your College as a Local Leader
Identifying in-demand skills and how to develop our teaching practitioners to place greater emphasis on skill development
Taking a deeper look at FE Analyst and how it can support Covid 19 recovery
Preparing Your College for the Future With Emsi's FE Analyst Tool
Using LMI as part of your online offer - Driving student recruitment for Sept 2020
Using Career Coach in College Tutorial and Student Engagement Sessions
How to Communicate the Huge Economic and Social Impact your College has
National Careers Week - How to Market Your Courses to Potential Students
CURRICULUM INTENT & IMPACT
STUDENT ENGAGEMENT & MARKETING
What are Skills Advisory Panels (SAPs) and how are they using LMI?
How to Identify Local and Regional Strengths
The Education Inspection Framework: Why good Labour Market Insight is critical to success
How can Colleges Tackle STEM Skills Shortages?
How to Embed the Gatsby Benchmarks in Your College’s Careers Information
The employment outcomes for university programmes have been rising in importance for years. They’re important to students; they’re important to the OfS; they’re important to the Treasury; and they’re important to institutions’ reputations.
Labour market insight and skills data already inform decisions about things like programmes, pedagogy and marketing. Typically, the link between programmes and labour market data is made at the course title level. We’ve developed a tool that allows an institution to automatically capture the skills data from the curriculum at module level directly in a language that plugs into labour market data.
Whether you’re tracking the labour market to ensure your programmes reflect employer demand, or if you’re auditing your institutions’ skills provision, extracting the skills data from those courses needs to be easy and exportable to become a realistic exercise. Join us for this webinar to see how it works with our new Emsi Skill Sync tool.
Presented by Richard Hewitt, Director of Higher Education, Emsi UK
Connecting Programme Specifications to Labour Market Insight
Using LMI for Course Design
Using LMI for Validation
Student Demand and Employer Demand: Making the Link (Part 2)
Student Demand and Employer Demand: Making the Link (Part 1)
Improving Employment Outcomes for Graduates in Their Home Region
Three Steps to a Portfolio Geared to Better Employment Outcomes
A Practical Example of How Labour Market Information can direct you in Engaging the Right Employers With Your Degree Apprenticeships
Building Your Degree Apprenticeship Strategy on Robust Evidence
How can you identify which Level 4+ Apprenticeship Standards give you the best opportunities
Higher & Degree Apprenticeships Maximising Your Impact and Identifying New Opportunities
Understanding and responding to the changing dynamics of your local economy is hard at the best of times, but all the more so during the current disruption.We are launching a new online report to help you with this.
Using metrics such as furlough data, key worker numbers, physical proximity in jobs, and the impact on supply chains and affected markets, Emsi’s Response Tracker includes an Exposure Index which will help you answer the following crucial questions.
Join Will Cookson & Martyn Gerard, as they show how the new tool can be used to inform your local planning activity and response to Covid-19.
Introducing our Covid 19 Regional Response Tool
How to quantify the effects of the current crisis on job losses and impact on industries in your local economy
The practical application of labour market data to understand the economic impact of COVID-19
A whole new level? Exploring the UK gaming industry
How to Better Understand your Key Sectors
Automation - Analysing the risk from an Economic Development perspective
Future of Work - an Economic Development perspective
Skills Advisory Panels: Meeting the DfE Requirements (Part 2)
Skills Advisory Panels: Meeting the DfE Requirements (Part I)
British Talent Attraction Index: An Economic Developers Perspective
How to Align Your Careers Provision With the Government’s Careers Strategy
Skills Advisory Panels: How to Match Skills Supply and Demand
How to Analyse Your Local Skills Needs
How to Understand the Different Economies Within Your Local Authority Economy
How to Use GVA Data to Unpack Productivity in Your Local Economy
Making Your Region a Place Where Everyone Thrives - Gateshead Council Case Study
Three Steps to Building a Better Local Economic Growth Strategy
Identifying Your Regions Growth Industries and Zooming in on the Detail
Building a Local Industrial Strategy Fit for the Future
Local Sector Strengthfinder - Digging into SWOT analysis using the Cluster Model
Local Sector StrengthFinder - How to identify your regions Strengths, Opportunities and Threats
An analysis of the UK Labour Market 6 months post lockdown
In this complimentary webinar Emsi, the labour market economists, will share the latest UK labour market insights based on our analysis of our latest autumn data sets. We will also be joined by a panel of cross-industry leaders who will be sharing their reflections over the last 6 months and their priorities for 2021.
Presented by Matt Mee, Director, Workforce Intelligence, Emsi UK, and joined by guest speakers Phillip Wright from Cimspa / Sport England, Toni Richards from Impellam Group PLC, Alister Langdon, Director - Corporate Consulting, JLL and Duncan Brown, Senior Economist, Emsi UK
The word turbulent may well be an understatement when considering the state of the economy in 2020. The near shutdown of whole industries for months; the furlough of millions of workers; the changes in working practices for millions of people; the huge number of redundancies; and the news that we are likely to enter the deepest recession since the early 18th Century.
In this End of Year webinar, we look back on the last 12 months and ask:
Join us as our Managing Director, Andy Durman, and Senior Economist, Duncan Brown, look at the data and insights that tell the story of the UK labour market in 2020.
An Analysis of Digital Pathways in the South Central Region
Responding Confidently to the Economic Disruption in Your Region
The Language of Skills
Covid-19: Using labour market data to understand and respond
Emsi UK Automation Report
Britain's Got Talent Attraction
Focus on the Demand for STEM Jobs and Skills in Britain
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An introduction to Job Posting Analytics
Job Posting Analytics
Distinquishing between Industries vs Occupation
The Input-Output model
We have recently launched a revamped Career Coach to take in to account young people's ambitions and strengths and matching this to labour market reality.In this webinar, we will be walking you through the student journey on Career Coach as well as showing you how you can utilise the new functionality.
The updated design now offers a hugely improved user experience, including: