Posted on 14th February 2019
The Skills Support for the Workforce and Skills Support for Redundancy programmes are designed to up-skill the workforce, the Skills Support for the Workforce (SSW) and Skills Support for Redundancy (SSR) programmes aim to reduce the risk of long-term unemployment and enhance employee skills and career prospects. They have a number of programmes to help employers and employees.
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Posted on 11th February 2019
The uncertainty surrounding Brexit can be make it extremely difficult for businesses to plan for the future. The Growth Hub has collected a range of resources which can help businesses in the Humber region plan for the various Brexit scenarios they may face.
We have set up a web page which will link you to a variety of resources to help you understand and plan for the future. We have links to:
Read Prepare your business for exiting the EU
The European Commission
The Federation of Small Businesses
The Information commissioner’s …
Posted on 11th February 2019
Calderdale College deliver Skills Support for the Workforce in the East Riding of Yorkshire. They have 2 new projects for East Riding Businesses:
Step Up to Leadership
Skills support for the workforce is keen to support local companies to develop their female executives into management roles to achieve better gender balance within the workplace and wider business society.
Read Skills Support For The Workforce – Support For East Riding Businesses
Through this fully-funded programme, facilitated by leading development coach, Anj Handa, we will develop and support three of your aspiring female leaders. She will equip …
Posted on 8th February 2019
Grants are available through the government’s Business Basics Fund to help SMEs adopt proven technologies, become more productive and successful.
Britain is one of the best places in the world to start and grow a business, However, a productivity gap exists between the UK and international competitors, which means our businesses are not reaping all the benefits that they could be.
Adopting leading technologies, practices and support services – such as cloud computing, mobile technology and e-purchasing – can improve the productivity and …
Read £2 million investment to help small businesses to grow
Posted on 6th February 2019
The Growth Hub has organised a series of workshops under the #GrowMySME programme to help SME businesses in the Humber region with a variety of topics. You can find a summery of each event below, with a link to eventbrite where full details and booking arrangements can be found.
This half-day practical, interactive and outcome-focused, ‘Creating Content for Social Media’ workshop that is led by Jenni Harrison, Social Media Manager of Eskimo Soup and Finalist in the Young Digital Person of …
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Posted on 5th February 2019
By Mark Webb, Steering Group Chair of the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership’s (LEP) Humber Business Growth Hub.
As with the personal goals and ambitions each of us commits to at the start of each new year, for business owners it certainly bodes well to be prepared for the year ahead. These are uncertain times and businesses are preparing for every eventuality. Whether it’s mitigating for new risk factors, or preparing to seek out every new opportunity, the simple fact is every …
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Posted on 5th February 2019
Humber Local Enterprise Partnership has created and rolled-out a new Employers’ Apprenticeship Toolkit to help small and medium sized businesses in the area get to grips with the issues surrounding taking on and developing apprentices.
The toolkit supports businesses in navigating apprenticeship policy reforms and funding, including the apprenticeship levy. It also signposts towards local and national resources and demonstrates how apprenticeship training can help businesses of any size and sector to fill their skills gaps and meet their growth aspirations.
The toolkit …
Read Humber LEP launch ‘Apprenticeship Toolkit’ to support local employers
Posted on 7th September 2018
The Innovation Growth Lab is offering research funding for randomised controlled trials (RCT’s) generating evidence on the most effective approaches to increasing innovation, supporting high-growth entrepreneurship and accelerating business growth.
The Innovation Growth Lab is a global collaboration of researchers, governments and foundations that aim to make innovation and entrepreneurship policy more experimental and evidence-based.
The IGL Grants programme aims to increase the use of RCTs in innovation and entrepreneurship research and evaluation by providing research funding and project management support to researchers and programme delivery organisations interested …
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Posted on 23rd August 2018
An apprenticeship is a genuine job with an accompanying assessment and skills development programme. It is a way for individuals to earn while they learn gaining valuable skills and knowledge in specific job role. The apprentice gains through a wide mix of learning in the workplace, formal off-the-job training and the opportunity to practise new skills in a real work environment. Apprenticeships benefit employers and individuals, and by boosting the skills of the workforce they help to improve economic productivity.
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Posted on 20th August 2018
Healing School, a Science Academy in North East Lincolnshire, contacted Careers and Enterprise, Humber LEP for assistance with a work placement for one of their students. This irregular placement would mean the student working in Oxfordshire for a week. This exciting opportunity was not one to be missed.
Charlotte from Healing Academy took the initiative to contact HAAS formula one for a work experience opportunity. As a successful formula one team HAAS agreed to take charlotte on for the week.
Whilst most …
Read LEP and CEC partnership brings about once in a lifetime placement with HaaS F1 Team for lucky student