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.
Working with the City & Guilds Group, bringing together England’s business leaders for conversations on how businesses can update employment for the next generation. Working with local businesses and stakeholders to identify key regional challenges around employing young people. Making practical recommendations how employers can overcome them
Connecting employers with schools and colleges. Support and guidance for young people to gain the skills, confidence and opportunities for a rewarding future. Want to support 14-18 year olds with mentoring, internships, masterclasses, workplace visits or other employer-led activities preparing them for work? Contact us for facilitation and support
0207 986 5494
Peer support network of young apprentices from 16 - 30, also helping to promote apprenticeship routes directly to young people. If you employ apprentices and would like them to be able to gain peer support, additional skills and be part of a vibrant network, simply ask them to sign up via the webpage
Works with students and schools to open students' eyes to a wide range of possibilities, challenging them to think broadly about their future career options. Introduce mentoring as a volunteering activity for your workforce. Brokering and providing training for employees to offer mentoring, work experience opportunities etc.
Innovative project utilising older volunteers’ life skills and experience to support and mentor vulnerable young people leaving the care system. Offer mentoring as a voluntary activity for your workforce to build confidence and positive behaviours for both mentee and mentor. Provides full training and expenses for those willing to be Grandmentors
East Anglia’s education, business partnership and careers guidance provider. Strengthening connections between education, business and industry for young people by creating CPD for educators, careers guidance services, work related learning, bespoke consultancy & project management, supporting enterprise education, STEM, and Business & Industry CSR
Helps young people aged 25 and under to access education, employment and training, bridging gaps and overcoming barriers. Aims to raise the life chances of young people, lifting confidence and self-esteem. Can help you find the right apprentice. Particularly focusing on rural areas where apprentice recruitment has additional barriers
A unique and innovative online work experience programme. Ideal for employers looking to offer work experience in Norfolk
Provides young people with information and advice on a variety of sixth form and college courses, higher education, apprenticeships and training. A platform for businesses to advertise their apprenticeship offering
Norfolk's largest skills and careers event. Showcasing employment sectors and exhibitors from business and education to around 5000 11-25 year olds/event. Sponsor to promote your company as an employer of choice to students and parents. Exhibit and outline to thousands what you look for in future recruits and promote your opportunities