Employers – Key Issues:
You can read the individual sector report segments by going to the skills analysis page.
- “What we need is not always what colleges provide”
- Multi-skilling – how to define and ensure that courses are available that meet this need.
- How to collaborate so that courses can be provided to more than one company at a time.
- How to build an indigenous workforce – so less need for imported labour?
- Perceptions of different sectors – how to get the right message out to young people?
- Multi-skilling unemployed engineers
- Multi-skilling some of our existing workforce
- How to ensure that apprenticeship frameworks are relevant to our need
- How to train up people for the energy sector
- Identifying the needs for this sector – are they very different from the traditional engineering sector?
- How to collaborate so that more courses can be put on locally?
- Customer service – is there a case for a “Norfolk brand” of customer care?
- Apprenticeships - how can employers use the apprenticeship scheme to their advantage - having the benefits without the responsibilities? Apprenticeship Training Associations can help achieve this.
- Tourism Ambassadors – What scope for new schemes – a “Norfolk” brand?
- Perceptions of industry – how to promote employment in the sector – and encourage more indigenous labour to seek employment in the sector?
- Multi-skilled engineers needed – how to get the right course off the ground?
- Perceptions of industry – how to change these?
- How to encourage more local people to apply for jobs in this sector?
- How can apprenticeships be encouraged?
General – across sectors
Hospitality and Tourism
Land based including Food and Drink Processing