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The current funding environment means that colleges are having to work hard to increase student numbers, but with fewer resources. Your marketing efforts really need to resonate, therefore, and key to this is inspiring people with a vision of how your college can improve their career opportunities.
In this webinar, we’ll look at how you can achieve this by using our course-to-occupations mapping to show prospective learners how your college can help them get into the career they aspire to, and how you can use this in numerous marketing and promotion activities including open days, your college prospectus, and schools engagement.
Presented by John Gray, Director of FE, Anthony Horne, Sales Director of FE & Karla Hoff, Account Director, Emsi UK
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Presented by Anthony Horne, Sales Director, Further Education, Emsi UK
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Presented by John Gray, Director of Fe, Anthony Horne, Sales Director of FE & Karla Hoff, Account Director, Emsi UK
What are Skills Advisory Panels (SAPs) and how are they using LMI?
Why and How to use LMI to enhance Student Recruitment?
How to Identify Local and Regional Strengths
An Introduction to using LMI to add value to Careers and IAG
WEBINAR SERIES: Using LMI for ambitious CURRICULUM INTENT & IMPACT
An Introduction to using LMI to add value to Marketing and Recruitment
Career Outcomes Intelligence
The Education Inspection Framework: Why good Labour Market Insight is critical to success
Making Career Coach do more for Your College
3 Ways to Demonstrate the Value of your Apprenticeships
The Careers-Driven Student Journey
How can Colleges Tackle STEM Skills Shortages?
Career Coach - Making the Careers Journey a Whole Lot Smoother
Course Vision A New Online Tool to Help You With Your Curriculum Planning
How to Persuade Young People and Employers of the Value of Your Apprenticeships
How to Supercharge Your Apprenticeship Conversations With Employers
How to Embed the Gatsby Benchmarks in Your College’s Careers Information
Strategic Course Planning That Really Hits the Mark
Marketing Your Courses to Young People Using LMI
Increasingly, if not universally, the theme of Employability is running through the thinking within universities on how courses are planned and designed. The validation and revalidation process is a convenient time to answer the question "Will there be demand in the labour market for graduates of this programme?" as well as questions around student demand.
In this webinar, we'll look at how the labour market data can provide a critical evidence base to answer the critical questions around future employability.
Presented by Richard Hewitt, Director of HE, Emsi UK
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
In this webinar we will be joined by Duncan Brown, our Senior Economist and we will be exploring how Emsi's Labour Market Insight can be utilised to help you to better understand your understanding of key sectors across your local economy. We will be sharing examples of how our specialised sector-based intelligence can provide a detailed understanding of what characterises the individual sector at a local level; what critical variations it contains, and how it compares to elsewhere.
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
Automation is a hot topic for recruiters and employers, with many uncertainties about what the future might hold. Emsi UK’s new AutoNation report highlights a number of important issues connected with this issue, particularly how it presents both risks and opportunities for jobs, industries and local economies, and how data can be used to prepare for what lies ahead.
This webinar brings together some of the top thought leaders in the recruitment sector, including REC’s Neil Carberry, Adecco Group’s Alex Fleming and Sandeep Bhandal, plus Emsi UK’s Matt Mee and Duncan Brown, to discuss:
Major New Report Analysing the Effects of Automation in Britain
A future of almost unlimited leisure? Or a future of mass unemployment? These wildly different scenarios of what automation might mean are often presented to us in the popular media. But is it really the case that automation = job losses?
Whilst undoubtedly posing risks, automation also carries huge potential to make existing jobs easier and more efficient; to create new jobs; and to help businesses increase their productivity.
Our new report – Autonation – which is due out on 11th November, looks at how we can use data to better understand exposure to automation in occupations, industries and local economies throughout Britain, and how local stakeholders can use this insight to make better decisions.
Listen to our Managing Director, Andy Durman, and Senior Economist, Duncan Brown, as they talk through our findings and their implications.
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: