Working & Skilled Strategy

"Our Vision is for Nottinghamshire - both its city and its county - to achieve long term sustainable employment and business growth, supported by a first class skilled workforce."

In July 2009 the Board approved recommendations made by partners for establishing a Nottinghamshire ESB. Following this decision, the Employment and Skills team at Greater Nottingham Partnership (GNP) conducted an extensive consultation exercise with Board members covering the essential ground for a new strategic plan. Consultants were commissioned to review the approach to encouraging economic development through a sector planning approach, whilst Experian were tasked to review labour market intelligence, extending work already carried out for the Nottingham Economic Resilience Forum. This work would enable the ESB to understand the role that sectors play in serving different needs of the economy and the labour market.

This has all helped to inform the development of the ESBs new strategy:

Nottinghamshire: Working and Skilled

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JUL 22 2013

How to Succeed at your next interview

The Work Club session on Wed 31st July will cover managing nerves, making the right impression and answer prep.

JUN 13 2013
JUN 10 2013

New Work Club is launched....

Nottinghamshire County Council are launching a new Work Club at West Bridgford Library this month.

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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.

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The sustainable Youth Employment Strategy for Nottingham and Nottinghamshire

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

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