Tom Keighley

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Business across Yorkshire and Humber quizzed on skills

The Humber Local Enterprise Partnership has joined forces with LEPs across Yorkshire and the Humber for a new study looking at the future skills needs of employers in the region.

Funded by the Skills Funding Agency, the research asks employers to tell them about their training needs and plans.

Companies are invited to take part in an online survey, which can be accessed via the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership website here.

Lord Haskins of Skidby, Chair of the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership, said: “Developing a workforce skilled in the right areas is critically important for our economic growth.

“I would encourage businesses to take part in the survey to ensure that the results reflect their needs.

“The findings will be used to determine the LEP’s skills strategies that we will be developing over the next year.”

The deadline for responses to the survey is Friday May 18.

This was posted in Bdaily's Members' News section by Tom Keighley .

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