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Our mission is to work with and through our partners to secure a greater commitment to invest in the skills of people to drive, enterprise, jobs and growth.
To find out more about the UK Commission, including our strategic objectives, remit and business plan see the about us section.
Together with our Commissioners we will work towards achieving the following priority outcomes across the UK:
The key areas of focus in 2012/13 are:
Below, you can also browse our work by themes e.g. Apprenticeships, Information, Advice and Guidance etc.
Or use the A-Z if you know the name of the project you are looking for.
8 Jan 2013
This project was a scoping one, which aimed to identify employment and skills outcomes for the most excluded in society. And also assesses whether the current performance management and funding framework encourages providers to work with the hardest to help, and explored options of delivery that would improve outcomes for socially excluded groups.
6 Oct 2011
Energy & Utility Skills (EU Skills)will establish an employer led Talent Bank, providing a recruitment and training hub, developed in collaboration with sector employers and other stakeholders. Talent Bank builds on the Group Training Association (GTA) model offering an innovative solution to meet future skills requirements.
8 Jan 2013
This project focused on identifying measures to support the success and raise the aspirations of delivery organisations in the UK.
6 Oct 2011
Cogent are launching the Technical Apprenticeship Service (TAS) that will double Apprenticeship numbers in the science-based industries, particularly in Small and Medium sized Enterprises (SMEs) and deliver over 1000 new apprenticeships into the Science sector by 2017.
12 Feb 2013
The Academy of Music and Sound are working with music instrument retailers and distributers to establish the first-ever apprenticeships for music instrument retail.
15 Mar 2013
British Glass has launched its own industry-led learning and skills development programme, ‘The Glass Academy’, designed to ensure the industry has the skills to be a world leader by 2020
12 Jun 2012
The Thematic Reviews series comprise a suite of evidence reviews that provide topical information on critical labour market and skills issues. The aim is to further develop the evidence base by drawing together information from a number of different UK sources
1 Mar 2013
This project will expand and develop the ground breaking ex offender training already in place at Timpson.
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