Research and analysis

Local action, national success: how outcome agreements can improve skills delivery

This report outlines the potential role of local outcome agreements in addressing local skills shortages across England.

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Local action, national success: how outcome agreements can improve skills delivery

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Local outcome agreements: supporting case studies

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This is a joint report by the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES) and the Association of Colleges (AoC). It sets out how local outcome agreements can help to stimulate new ways for organisations in England to work together on skills issues, focusing particularly on the role of further education colleges.

Published 29 June 2015