Here you can find details of current and future programmes of support to help Lancashire businesses improve workforce skills, create new jobs, tap into sources of skilled workers and get involved in improving skills in their industry.
Details of skills and employment support programmes in Lancashire
Access To Employment
Are you looking to recruit and train new staff for your growing business? Having problems finding and keeping employees? Access to Employment has been developed with these needs in mind.
Boost Business Lancashire
Lancashire's business growth hub, helping growth-hungry Lancashire businesses realise their potential by providing simple access to a range of leading-edge funded business support programmes.
Digital Advantage is an enterprise, skills and career development programme for schools and colleges across Lancashire. Its delivers 48 hours of guided learning providing essential digital skills and access to digital Apprenticeships across the county.
Digital Lancashire is a not-for-profit Community Interest Company providing skills development for digital-focused businesses in Lancashire.
Enterprise Adviser Network
Enterprise Advisers are experienced employees / self-employed people who volunteer to work closely with a specific school or college to motivate and support young people.
A brand-new, Lancashire-wide programme offering fully funded training to employers of all sizes across the county.
Moving On Lancashire
Moving On Lancashire aims to reduce the number of young people in the county aged 15-18 who are not in employment education or training (NEET) or at risk of becoming NEET.
National Careers Service (Careers Inspiration)
Support for businesses in brokering relationships with local schools and colleges, and bridging the gap between education and employment. Enabling people to make informed progression decisions leading to rewarding and sustainable careers.