The Local Skills Improvement Plan (LSIP) is a critical new project being led by FSB to assess and realign skills supply and demand across Greater Lincolnshire & Rutland.
This Department for Education initiative, which is a central element of the new Skills and Post-16 Education Act 2022, will lead to shifts in the type and level of skills available to local employers. It will also affect change in how some post-16 technical skills and training are delivered.
The range, availability and level of key workforce skills, plus work readiness, has been a significant challenge and frustration for Lincolnshire’s employers for many years, so this project and plan is our collective chance to make the right changes. This is not a talking shop – we will generate real action through the LSIP which will benefit all local employers.
The views of employers of all sizes, sectors and locations across Greater Lincolnshire & Rutland must heavily influence the changes the report will make to local training providers, so it is critical you know how to get involved during the research stage, which will take place during Q4 2022 and Q1 2023. We aim to generate thousands of responses to our research calls – that starts with you, on Monday 28 November.
Join us for this special launch event reception in the Conference Room at Lincoln College to find out more about the LSIP, meet the people leading the charge, and – crucially – how you can get involved in the near future.
This event is open to all employers from across Greater Lincolnshire and Rutland, stakeholders and partners. Numbers are limited due to space, so please book early to avoid disappointment.
Car Parking Information
The nearest car parks are at Broadgate (LN2 5AP), St Rumbold’s Street (also LN2 5AP), Free School Lane (LN2 1EY) and Lincoln Central (LN5 7BP). Lincoln College is in walking distance from the Lincoln Transport Hub.
Monks Rd, Lincoln
28/11/2022 17:00 - 19:00
Federation of Small Businesses