Closed organisation: UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES)
Background on National Occupational Standards (NOS).
An overview of changing work experience policies relevant to employers.
Detail on industrial partnerships, the sectors covered and their remit.
Information about national occupational standards (NOS) and apprenticeship frameworks and how they are developed.
The Growth and Innovation Fund (GIF) supports employer-led projects to raise skills in their sector and increase growth in our economy.
Overview of the Employer Investment Fund (EIF), which was created to stimulate employer investment in skills.
This challenge focuses on enhancing management and leadership capability in UK firms in the manufacturing, construction and legal sectors, by supporting "prime" organisations to work with their supply chains to develop skills and embed effective management practices.
A review of the literature on how 'anchor' institutions can support small firms develop management and leadership skills.
A guide to engaging a wide range of employers in the UK Futures Programme.
This challenge focuses on addressing specific skills problems associated with technological developments which may prevent the offsite construction sector from realising its growth potential.
This challenge focuses on which types of institutions are best placed to support the development of management and entrepreneurship in small firms, by acting as an anchor institution in the local area.
Links to the UK Futures Programme application forms and the templates needed to complete them.
This challenge focuses on new ways of developing the skills and business practices needed to maximise the value of innovation to the UK economy.
Through the UK Futures Programme, UKCES is co-creating with business, and other partners, to develop and pilot innovative solutions to long-standing or emerging workforce development issues.
A guide to innovating in the UK Futures Programme.
Mae’r Cynllun Iaith Gymraeg yn nodi sut y byddwn yn darparu gwasanaethau i’r cyhoedd yng Nghymru.
A series of recommendations from the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES) to encourage better employer investment in skills.
The UK Commission for Employment and Skills, in partnership with the Association of Colleges (AoC), has produced a guide for further education college leaders on the use and importance of labour market intelligence (LMI).
This guide to the UKCES Employer Skills Survey 2015 gives information for participants on the survey aims and objectives.
Guidance on the types of project eligible for UK Futures Programme investment.
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