This Department for Education initiative 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 is the chance to make the right changes. This is not a talking shop – FSB 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 recommend to local training provision. FSB aim to generate thousands of responses to their research calls – and hope to include your business in their research.
If you are an employer of any size, from any sector within Greater Lincolnshire and Rutland, please book your place on this - or any of the other focus group session from this series - to help inform research on this most important issue. You will take part in the focus group by answering questions set by FSB's researchers about your business and experience as an employer. It’ll all be very collaborative and friendly and of course, there are no wrong answers. They just want to know your views, needs and frustrations on local skills supply.
This event is only open to employers from across Greater Lincolnshire and Rutland, but you can be from anywhere in that area and there is no restriction on your business size or sector, as long as you do employ staff. Numbers are strictly limited due to the format.
There will be parking available at the venue, and FSB will supply tea and coffee.
To book your place or find out more click here.
13/01/2023 10:00 - 12:30
The Federation for Small Businesses