We need to understand your skills challenges, so as a pilot area, we can implement a new skills system fit for the future of your business.
Kent Invicta Chamber of Commerce is delighted to have been chosen by the Department for Education as one of eight Local Skills Improvement Plan (LSIPs) trailblazer Chambers across the country.
We will work with employers and employer representative groups, to identify the local needs and solutions to address them in our key sectors.
There is universal agreement that only through a collaborative and joined up approach we will generate a plan that truly recognises the skills needs, and more importantly, some of the solutions that colleges, universities and providers will need to implement to address these.
It is also recognised that we need to build on the intelligence and information that is already available, and this project will work closely with businesses, Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs), local authorities and local skills groups to build on the wealth of existing evidence to develop a skills improvement plan that really will make a difference to Kent’s productivity and prosperity.