Emsi Webinars

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Further Education

Upcoming Webinars

Using Career Coach as part of tutorial lesson

Tuesday 28th April, 10am

More information to follow.

Presented by John Gray, Director of FE, Emsi UK

Using LMI as part of your online offer - Driving student recruitment for Sept 2020

Wednesday 29th April, 12.30pm

More information to follow.

Presented by Anthony Horne, Sales Director, Emsi UK

Introducing FE Analyst

Date to be confirmed

Our ambition at Emsi is to bring our customers the best possible data through the most intuitive and easy-to-use tools. This is why we are about to launch a brand-new data tool for the Further Education sector, aimed at doing exactly this.

Developed over the past six months with input from sector leaders and customers, FE Analyst combines the most relevant bits of our flagship Analyst data tool with a number of refinements, new reports, and above all a much more intuitive workflow.

Join us in this webinar as we take you through why we’ve built the tool, what you can do with it, and how it can revolutionise your college’s use of data to answer many of the big questions that you are grappling with.

Presented by John Gray, Director of FE, Anthony Horne, Sales Director of FE & Karla Hoff, Account Director, Emsi UK

Higher Education

Upcoming Webinars

Using LMI for Course Design

Thursday 26th March, 10am CANCELLED
New Date to be announced soon

How can labour market data inform course design?

In this Emsi webinar, our Director for Higher Education, Richard Hewitt, is joined by Dr Riccardo De Vita, Associate Professor of Management and Head of Department - Human Resources & Organisational Behaviour at the University of Greenwich, to discuss the application of labour market insight in pedagogy.

The OfS is clear that degrees should enhance students' employability and the QAA's Quality Code recommends courses should be designed in a way that is informed by external sources.

Richard and Riccardo will be discussing how this can be achieved in practice using insights from labour market data.

                       
               
                 

Economic Development

Upcoming Webinars

The practical application of labour market data to understand the economic impact of COVID-19.

Wednesday 22nd April, 11am

In this webinar, we’ll be exploring how our data can be utilised to inform your understanding of the impact of Covid-19 on your local economy. This will include how Job Posting Analytics, which are updated daily in our Analyst tool, can be used to understand the immediate effect of Covid-19 measures, and also how our data can help you identify compatible occupations for those that will be displaced in the workforce. Join us for this informative session focusing on how Labour Market Insight can help you navigate the rapidly changing employment landscape at this difficult time.

Presented by Will Cookson, Director for Economic Development, Emsi UK and Martyn Gerard, Account Director, Emsi UK.

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Workforce Intelligence

Upcoming Webinars

How can Recruiters and Employers prepare for the risks and opportunities brought about by automation?

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:

  • The implications of automation on the UK job market and recruitment industry
  • How organisations can mitigate risk and exploit opportunities
  • Whether we are seeing a shift to a skills-based economy
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    Upcoming Webinars

    Covid-19: Using labour market data to understand and respond.

    At this unprecedented time, we all need to look for areas of stability in what seems like an ocean of uncertainty.

    For organisations involved in making key labour market decisions, good data is a key area of stability, helping to answer vital questions such as:

  • How is the labour market responding?
  • How many frontline and support key workers do we have in our region?
  • Which occupations are being most affected in our area?
  • Are there big variations between regions?
  • Catch up on this vital webinar, where we discuss these questions and much more that will help you prepare and plan in these times of uncertainty.

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    New Career Coach functionality

    Online demos available.

    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:

  • Responsive design to make it both mobile and tablet friendly User analytics to give you detailed metrics on who is searching and what they’re looking for.
  • Job Postings data, localised to your area, enabling users to see things like which skills are in-demand and which employers are looking to hire the jobs that they are looking for.
  • An Employer portal that allows you to enable employers you are working with to post job vacancies directly onto the site to reach students directly.
  • An improved CV Builder, which allows users to store multiple CVs for different roles, as well as save, edit and download them from your account.
  • For more details contact Client Services at Helpdesk@economicmodelling.co.uk

    Keep updated with employer demand in the current crisis: Covid-19 Employment Data Dashboard
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