Employers have a unique role to play in preparing our current and future workforce for the opportunities and challenges ahead. So this Skills Portal from New Anglia Growth Hub is designed to help our region’s employers access, understand and navigate all the local support, information and resources available to help get talent acquisition and development spot on.
Plus, we have two dedicated skills advisers, available to make a no cost visit your premises to guide you through the options available.
To begin, click on as many of the accompanying buttons as apply to you to explore the portal. You can also search using a keyword. Alternatively, call us on the number above to arrange an appointment with a skills adviser, or e-mail email@example.com.
Morgan Sindall Construction is committed to developing and inspiring the next generation of construction professionals in the East of England. They often express their pride to be part of the New Anglia Youth Pledge, supporting various initiatives across the region that help young people aged 16-24 secure training and employment opportunities.
The company regularly engages with local schools and county-level events through the Enterprise Advisor Network, and as a Cornerstone Employer, by targeting East Anglia’s three key Opportunity Areas (namely Ipswich, Norwich, as well as Fenland and East Cambridgeshire).
Why are they so committed? Because in a highly competitive industry like construction, Morgan Sindall Construction has discovered that utilising trainees and apprentices can give them a significant advantage.
Helen Clements, Morgan Sindall Construction’s community investment advisor and Chair of NALEP Building Growth Skills Group explained: “The Youth Pledge is a positive way of demonstrating our support for developing future talent across sectors in the East of England. Our 11 trainees and apprentices support and help to future-proof our business with succession planning, as well as ensuring a steady flow of new ideas.
“One of the benefits of welcoming work experience students is that it helps to widen our talent pool of entry level applicants. And it also gives young people the opportunity to demonstrate their ability and grow in confidence.
“In our view, it’s in the interest of all companies to fulfil the Youth Pledge in an era where all sectors have skills opportunities and the potential to provide exciting development prospects for our future workforce.”
If some of the above services and programmes look useful to your organisation, use them as key words in the search bar above to see more details. Alternatively, call us on 0300 333 6356 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a visit from a skills adviser who can help you find the best support to upskill your workforce.
If you’re unsure which services best suit you, Dean or David can guide you to the local service providers best placed to upskill your workforce
TO ARRANGE A VISIT FROM A SKILLS ADVISER, CALL 0300 333 6536