Archive Copy | 2015 | Nottinghamshire City Council Employment and Skills BoardStay up to date with our publicationshttp://www.nccesb.org.uk/Copyright (C) 2010 NCCESBArchive Copy | 2015 | Draft LMI Steering Group Terms of ReferenceA new Labour Market Observatory for the Derby, Derbyshire, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Local Enterprise Partnership area is in the process of being designed. These are the draft Terms of Reference for the group.http://www.nccesb.org.uk/publications/draft-lmi-tor/Mon, 04 Feb 2013 09:37:57 +0000http://www.nccesb.org.uk/publications/draft-lmi-tor/Archive Copy | 2015 | FSB: The Apprenticeship JourneyThis paper looks at the journey that new apprentices and employers take and the changes needed to make the apprenticeship programme easier to use, more accessible and attractive to the employer. The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) wants to see small businesses make full use of this valuable resource to enhance and grow their business and for young people to see this as a viable career option to gain new skillshttp://www.nccesb.org.uk/publications/fsb-apprenticeship-journey/Tue, 08 Jan 2013 14:55:14 +0000http://www.nccesb.org.uk/publications/fsb-apprenticeship-journey/Archive Copy | 2015 | ESBNotts Twitter PolicyThe policy we adopt for our twitter account.http://www.nccesb.org.uk/publications/twitter-policy/Wed, 05 Dec 2012 10:50:30 +0000http://www.nccesb.org.uk/publications/twitter-policy/Archive Copy | 2015 | UKCES: Health: Sector Skills Assessment 2012This is the Sector Skills Assessment for the UK Health sector. It has been developed and produced by Skills for Health on behalf of the UK Commission for Employment and Skills. http://www.nccesb.org.uk/publications/ukces-health-ssa2012/Mon, 03 Dec 2012 10:51:24 +0000http://www.nccesb.org.uk/publications/ukces-health-ssa2012/Archive Copy | 2015 | Engineering UK: 2013 - Executive SummarySummary of the 2013 Engineering UK Report.http://www.nccesb.org.uk/publications/engineering-2013/Mon, 03 Dec 2012 11:24:36 +0000http://www.nccesb.org.uk/publications/engineering-2013/Archive Copy | 2015 | BIS: Richard Review into future of ApprenticeshipsAn independent review of apprenticeships published today (Tuesday) calls on the Government to improve their quality and make them more focused on the needs of employers. The Government warmly welcomes the report.http://www.nccesb.org.uk/publications/bis-richard-review/Tue, 27 Nov 2012 09:32:57 +0000http://www.nccesb.org.uk/publications/bis-richard-review/Archive Copy | 2015 | UKCES: Sector Skills Insights: ConstructionThis report considers the current situation of the UK construction sector, the challenges it faces over the medium-term and the implications for skills.http://www.nccesb.org.uk/publications/ukces-ssi-construction/Mon, 19 Nov 2012 09:32:24 +0000http://www.nccesb.org.uk/publications/ukces-ssi-construction/Archive Copy | 2015 | CBI:First steps: A new approach for our schoolsThis report launches the CBI’s education campaign. It sets out businesses’ views on school reform based on a substantial review conducted this summer of what works in the UK and globally. It was commissioned to identify the key issues facing the UK’s schools and the approaches that will help to address them.http://www.nccesb.org.uk/publications/cbi-firststeps/Mon, 19 Nov 2012 09:58:33 +0000http://www.nccesb.org.uk/publications/cbi-firststeps/Archive Copy | 2015 | UKGBC: A Plan For Growth In A Resource-Constrained WorldThis report was in part inspired by the words of Paul Morrell, the Chief Construction Advisor, who said in the Low Carbon Construction report “Over the next 40 years, the transition to low carbon can almost be read as a business plan for construction, bringing opportunities for growth”.http://www.nccesb.org.uk/publications/ukgbc-plan-for-growth/Mon, 19 Nov 2012 12:34:40 +0000http://www.nccesb.org.uk/publications/ukgbc-plan-for-growth/Archive Copy | 2015 | UKCES: Sector Skills Insights : RetailThis report considers the current situation of the UK retail sector, the challenges it faces over the medium-term and the implications for skills. The intention is to provide a summary of the extent to which the performance challenges faced by the sector can be addressed through skill development and thereby bring about growth and contribute to the recovery of the UK economy. http://www.nccesb.org.uk/publications/ukces-retail-sector-skills/Mon, 05 Nov 2012 14:05:28 +0000http://www.nccesb.org.uk/publications/ukces-retail-sector-skills/Archive Copy | 2015 | UKCES: Wholesale and Retail: Sector Skills Assessment 2012The Sector Skills Assessment for the Wholesale and Retail Sector presents evidence on the sector’s needs and priorities. The three organisations who authored this report are Skillsmart Retail, Skills for Logistics and the Institute of the Motor Industry.http://www.nccesb.org.uk/publications/sector-skills-assessment-retail/Mon, 05 Nov 2012 14:23:55 +0000http://www.nccesb.org.uk/publications/sector-skills-assessment-retail/Archive Copy | 2015 | BIS: Lord Heseltine Review: No stone unturned in the pursuit of growthLord Heseltine has set out a comprehensive economic plan to improve the UK’s ability to create wealth. His independent report makes the case for a major rebalancing of responsibilities for economic development between central and local government, and between government and the private sector.http://www.nccesb.org.uk/publications/lord-heseltine-review/Wed, 31 Oct 2012 11:20:34 +0000http://www.nccesb.org.uk/publications/lord-heseltine-review/Archive Copy | 2015 | Universal Credit Could Trap People in Poverty, New JRF Report FindsA new report by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) today suggests Universal Credit (UC) could see people worse off in work and struggling to manage their finances, with many left to deal with a more complex benefits system than before.http://www.nccesb.org.uk/publications/jrf-universal-credit-poverty-report/Tue, 30 Oct 2012 09:25:22 +0000http://www.nccesb.org.uk/publications/jrf-universal-credit-poverty-report/Archive Copy | 2015 | ONS: Measuring National Well-being - The EconomyThe article describes how economic well-being has evolved over the last decade and focuses on the period beginning with the 2008 recession.http://www.nccesb.org.uk/publications/ons-measuring-national-wellbeing-economy/Tue, 23 Oct 2012 10:03:51 +0000http://www.nccesb.org.uk/publications/ons-measuring-national-wellbeing-economy/Archive Copy | 2015 | UKCES: Construction, Building Services Engineering and Planning: Sector Skills Assessment 2012This assessment suggests that the CBSE&P sector has performed well in the recent past, but also that it has enormous potential for growth as a result of growing demand for its products and services.http://www.nccesb.org.uk/publications/construction-sector-skills-assessment-2012/Mon, 22 Oct 2012 15:10:36 +0000http://www.nccesb.org.uk/publications/construction-sector-skills-assessment-2012/