[NOW CLOSED] Our vision is for Nottinghamshire - both its city and county - to achieve long term sustainable employment and business growth, supported by a first class skilled workforce.

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City Skills Plan

City Skills Plan

The NCCESB [NOW CLOSED] is working, as the lead partner in agreement with the two equivalent Employment and Skills Boards that cover the D2N2 LEP area, to develop and implement a LEP Skills Plan.

About Nottinghamshire

About Nottinghamshire

Follow these links to find out more about Nottinghamshire's economy, the strong partnership working going on across the county and the active roles providers play in this work.

NCCESB Activity

NCCESB Activity

The NCCESB works with partners throughout the region to carry out an array of activities with the aim of improving the skills and employment opportunities of people across the County.

 

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MAY 15 2013

DNCC and NCCESB Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Labour Market Release

According to statistics released today, unemployment nationally rose in the 3 months between January 2013 and March 2013.

MAY 14 2013

300-in-100 Apprenticeship Campaign

Are you an employer looking to make a difference? Support the 300-in-100 Apprenticeship Campaign. This campaign is being run in conjunction with the Nottingham Post, Nottingham City Council, and DNCC.

APR 26 2013

Skills for Growth Strategy Business Breakfast

Materials and Presentations from the Business Breakfast which took place on Thursday 25th April at The Enterprise Centre, Derby.

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Publications

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Growing your Business: A report on Growing Micro Businesses

In his second report to the Prime Minister, Growing your Business: A report on Growing Micro Businesses, Lord Young highlights the increasing importance that micro businesses – those which have less than 10 employees – have on the success of the economy. Making up 95% of all businesses, he identifies steps the Government can take to help them develop their confidence and capability to grow, helping the UK to get ahead in the global race.

Working for Youth - Work for life

The sustainable Youth Employment Strategy for Nottingham and Nottinghamshire

Future of Apprenticeships in England: Richard Review Next Steps

The Government's response to Doug Richard’s independent Review of Apprenticeships

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