We have developed a robust evidence base which identifies key issues in driving a skilled, balanced and inclusive labour market.
We have created a comprehensive evidence base and used it to build on the previous Skills and Employment Strategic Framework 2016-2021 to develop the Lancashire Skills and Employment Strategic Framework 2021 Refresh, which incorporates the Local Skills Report for Lancashire, as required by the Department for Education (DfE).
The Labour Market Supplement supports the Framework’s 2021 Refresh and contains the detailed data and analysis that underpins the rationale for the priorities, objectives and actions within the Framework. Annex A is also provided, as required by the DfE, providing the standard data set issued by DfE to each Skills Advisory Panel across the country, with local commentary.
The Skills and Employment Advisory Panel have agreed that the framework should be refreshed for a one year period, recognising the unique circumstances that Lancashire and the UK in general has entered, and as such the Framework draws on both pre and current COVID-19 data.
The Evidence Base contains data and research which is available to stakeholders to access and utilise below.
COVID-19 impact data
- Interactive Power BI presentation
- LMI Data Matrix.
- Labour Market Intelligence (LMI) reports
- Reports on Lancashire’s Priority Sectors
- Gap Analyses regarding flexible provision for those aged 16-18
- LMI Resources