About The Hull & East Yorkshire LSIP
The Hull & Humber Chamber of Commerce is proud to be the designated employer representative body for the Hull & East Yorkshire Local Skills Improvement Plan (LSIP), funded by the Department for Education.
There will be 38 LSIPs in total across England, 32 of which are led by Accredited Chambers of Commerce.
This is an exciting opportunity for the Chamber to bring together a wide range of employers with education and training providers, as well as other local stakeholders, to set out the key priorities and changes needed in the local area to help ensure post-16 technical education and training is more closely aligned to employer and local labour market needs.
Key aspects of a LSIP
- LSIPs intend to set out the key priorities and changes needed in a local area to make post-16 technical education or training more responsive and closely aligned to local labour market needs;
- Our LSIP will provide an agreed set of actionable priorities that employers, providers and stakeholders in a local area can get behind to drive change;
- The agreed priorities will be informed by evidence of unmet and future skills needs and meaningful engagement between employers and providers;
- The priorities set will look up to three years ahead.
- Duties in respect to LSIPs have been placed upon specific providers that deliver English-funded post-16 technical education or training. These duties apply to Sixth Form Colleges where they deliver post-16 technical education for example T-Levels and BTECs;
- The LSIP will describe how skills, capabilities and expertise required in relation to jobs that directly contribute to or indirectly support Net Zero targets, adaptation to Climate Change or meet other environmental goals have been considered.
As we develop our delivery plan, we will update here with further information.
To find out more, and to see how you can influence and get involved with the Hull & East Yorkshire LSIP, please contact Hannah Crookes firstname.lastname@example.org