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Education, skills and training

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Education, skills and training

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s8_est_q26

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s8_est_q26

Does the Plan identify the training and upskilling of the workforce that is necessary to transform the local economy at the scale and pace needed?

s8_est_q26_sp1

The Plan identifies the training and upskilling of the workforce in the local area that is necessary to transform the local economy at the scale and pace needed.

Including but not limited to:
• Re-training workers in high-carbon industries to low-carbon sectors
• Young people
• Local businesses
• Education providers
• Local employers

s8_est_q26_sp2

The Plan identifies how the training will happen.

Including but not limited to:
• Who will provide the training
• Creating green apprenticeships
• Partnerships with Local Enterprise Partnerships, SMEs, schools, colleges, universities, job centres etc.
• Upskilling education providers and careers services in identifying future employment trends and • opportunities
• Incentivise re-training

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12 councils match these filters

s8_est_q26

Does the Plan identify the training and upskilling of the workforce that is necessary to transform the local economy at the scale and pace needed?

33%

of councils scored

0.0 out of 2

17%

of councils scored

1.0 out of 2

42%

of councils scored

2.0 out of 2
Council NoScore
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority0.0/2
Greater London Authority2.0/2
Greater Manchester Combined Authority2.0/2
Liverpool City Region Combined Authority2.0/2
North East Combined Authority0.0/2
North of Tyne Combined Authority2.0/2
South Yorkshire Mayoral Combined Authority1.0/2
Tees Valley Combined Authority0.0/2
West Midlands Combined Authority2.0/2
West of England Combined Authority0.0/2
West Yorkshire Combined Authority1.0/2

s8_est_q26_sp1

The Plan identifies the training and upskilling of the workforce in the local area that is necessary to transform the local economy at the scale and pace needed.

Including but not limited to:
• Re-training workers in high-carbon industries to low-carbon sectors
• Young people
• Local businesses
• Education providers
• Local employers

36%

of councils scored

0.0 out of 1

64%

of councils scored

1.0 out of 1
Council NoScore
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority0.0/1
Greater London Authority1.0/1
Greater Manchester Combined Authority1.0/1
Liverpool City Region Combined Authority1.0/1
North East Combined Authority0.0/1
North of Tyne Combined Authority1.0/1
South Yorkshire Mayoral Combined Authority1.0/1
Tees Valley Combined Authority0.0/1
West Midlands Combined Authority1.0/1
West of England Combined Authority0.0/1
West Yorkshire Combined Authority1.0/1

s8_est_q26_sp2

The Plan identifies how the training will happen.

Including but not limited to:
• Who will provide the training
• Creating green apprenticeships
• Partnerships with Local Enterprise Partnerships, SMEs, schools, colleges, universities, job centres etc.
• Upskilling education providers and careers services in identifying future employment trends and • opportunities
• Incentivise re-training

55%

of councils scored

0.0 out of 1

45%

of councils scored

1.0 out of 1
Council NoScore
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority0.0/1
Greater London Authority1.0/1
Greater Manchester Combined Authority1.0/1
Liverpool City Region Combined Authority1.0/1
North East Combined Authority0.0/1
North of Tyne Combined Authority1.0/1
South Yorkshire Mayoral Combined Authority0.0/1
Tees Valley Combined Authority0.0/1
West Midlands Combined Authority1.0/1
West of England Combined Authority0.0/1
West Yorkshire Combined Authority0.0/1