The Greater Lincolnshire LEP is developing its first Skills Conference taking place at the Lincolnshire Showground on Thursday 19th March 2020 from 8.30am – 1.30pm.
Shining a Spotlight on Skills
Greater Lincolnshire has long been a leading force in driving the skills agenda.
To help businesses get ready for the future workplace the LEP is staging its first ever Skills Conference on Thursday 19th March at the Lincolnshire Showground.
The LEP Skills Conference will dispel some myths relating to apprenticeships, provide advice and tips on recruiting staff and accessing support, and is focused on the businesses delegate, as well as schools, colleges, training providers, universities, local authorities, career leaders, politicians, civil servants and policy makers.
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The conference will focus on delivering skills to businesses to drive economic growth and will feature keynote speakers, strategic panel discussions and debate, and skills demonstrations in a brand new Skills Showcase.
The keynote speaker will be employment guru Dr Paul Redmond, Director of Student Experience and Enhancement at the University of Liverpool and one of the UK’s leading experts on the graduate employment market. Paul has worked at a number of leading universities and has been responsible for guiding the careers of thousands of students and graduates. He has presented at numerous conferences and events around the world, writes regularly for national newspapers and is a frequent guest on both national radio and TV.
The panel discussions will cover a range of topics such as:
- employers’ skills needs
- careers advice and information
Hosting the conference will be Pat Doody from NatWest, Chair of the Employment and Skills Committee and Interim Chair of the Greater Lincolnshire LEP.
He will be joined by a range of guest speakers and panellists from the business community alongside skills experts to discuss the hot topics related to the future of skills and how employers can prepare themselves for a changing workplace.
Featuring keynote speakers, strategic panel discussions and debate, and a Live Skills Arena to discuss and showcase the future of skills.
The event is aimed primarily at the business delegate alongside wider stakeholders, and will give employers from the private and the public sector an opportunity to consider the future of work, employment and skills.
Support to help you engage with schools will be available as well as apprenticeship myth busting and recruitment hints & tips.
Delegates will include businesses, school, college, training providers, universities, local authorities, career leaders, MPs and councillors, civil servants, and policy makers, and there will be significant opportunities for influencing and networking.