LMI for All - Career Guidance

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LMI for All:
a glimpse into the future
Professor Jenny Bimrose
Institute for Employment Research
University of Warwick
LMI for careers ……
 What
LMI do clients need (and when)?
 What
do practitioners need to know?
 Where can
 How
relevant LMI be found?
do we know it’s high quality?
Data Quality
 Who has produced the LMI?
 For what purpose?
 How was it collected?
 How were the LMI data disaggregated/classified?
 Is it up-to-date?
Overall - is the LMI fit for purpose?
LMI for Careers Guidance
 Identify (what’s required?)
 Retrieve (which sources?)
 Interpret (what does it mean?)
 Collate (from different sources)
 Disseminate (who is the target?)
 Mediate (sense making)
LMI for All
To develop a careers LMI data tool that supports
individuals make better decisions about learning
and work
 requiring access to, and use of, core national
data sources
Raycom
Objectives
 IDENTIFY:
robust sources of LMI to inform
decisions about learning and work
 COLLATE:
sources in an automated, single,
accessible location for careers
 FACILITATE:
easy use of LMI data in conjunction
with other data sources
 EVALUATE:
relevance of the data tool with key
stakeholders
Process of development: Dynamic/Iterative
Data
Accessibility & Open Data
Stakeholders & Communication
Drivers
Open
Data
agenda
Growth
Review
Data sources
Consultations with data providers and stakeholders:
 Office for National Statistics [ASHE, LFS, Census of
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Population] - finding ways of publishing detailed
estimates
Devolved nations - statistical agencies
BIS, DfE, & other bodies – access to data on education
and training courses
DWP - access to detailed data on vacancies by occupation
Eurostat, Cedefop, etc. – access to European data
Other data providers
Indicators
 Pay (estimates based on a combination of ASHE and LFS)
 Employment (Working Futures estimates based on LFS, BRES,
etc)
 Unemployment (LFS)
 Occupational descriptions (ONS)
 Vacancies (DWP/Monster)
 Skills (O*NET)
 Courses (details to be determined)
Data in Phase 2a
Theme
Relevance
Source
Employment levels by
occupation
•How many jobs are there? How many in
my area?
•What are the past trends?
•What are likely future trends?
Labour Force Survey,
Working Futures
Average earnings by
occupation
•How much do people get paid for this
job? How much at the start of their
career? How much in my area?
Annual Survey of
Hours and Earnings
Unemployment by
occupation
•What proportion of people in this
occupation are currently out of work?
Annual Population
Survey
Profile of qualification
level by occupation
•What level of qualification do people
have in this job and what am I likely to
need?
Labour Force Survey,
Working Futures
Vacancies by occupation
•How many vacancies are there for this
job? What proportion are hard to fill?
Employer Skills
Survey
Data options to be explored for possible
inclusion in Phase 2b
Additional source
Relevance
Universal Job Match
What vacancies are available for particular
jobs?
Higher Education Statistics
Agency destinations survey
Which HE courses / subjects lead to
particular jobs?
FE course data
What local course provision is available that
links to particular jobs?
O*NET
•What interests, skills, knowledge, abilities
are needed to do a particular job?
•What tasks are involved?
Innovative approach to LMI
for careers
Working
from the
data
Harnessing
developers’
perspectives
Challenges
the
traditional
paradigms
Stakeholders & communication: Phase 2A
Hack
Day
Test data tool
before
release
Modding
Day
Stakeholders & communication: Phase 2B
Testing
technical
aspects
(2nd iteration of
Hack and
Modding days)
Testing with
end-users
(three
workshops
and
conference)
Stakeholders & communication: Phase 2B
End-user
Workshop
Conference
End-user
End-user
Workshop
Workshop
Developers’ briefing
Vignettes
• 11 client cases
• Ages/ stages
• ICT integration
Questionnaire • LMI wish list
Hack Day: 12th March 2013
10 developers
• Open process
7 applications
• 4 selected: 2 merged
9 careers
representatives
• Briefed & judged
Developer feedback
Amazing
API
Quick (ONET) Stats
by Kaelan Fouwels
Job Trumps/ Job Recipe by Amy Brooks
Linda by Chris Hunt, Alex Bilbie,
Giuseppe Sollazzo, Shad Jahangir
JobBungee by Ariel Elkin
Job Quest by Greg Mackelden
On Demand by Jimmy
& Ariel
LMI Everywhere Widget by Rupert Redington
Hack day feedback
Career stakeholders
 Apps addressed different audiences, their learning styles
and data needs
 Data mashing was most appealing to ‘judges’
 Potential to use on different devices
 Future potential confirmed
Phase 2A Modding day
Apps to be taken forward
Combination of apps to address different profiles of
potential users, including:
 JobQuest
 JobBungee/On Demand
 LMI everywhere widget
Early adopters
 Access has now been provided to selected
developers
 Purpose – to understand what creative
applications will emerge
 Two interfaces are publicly available, others
are working towards launch
Can be used along side other, qualitative
information…
E.g. icould
Data alongside career
videos to encourage and
inspire young people to
think broadly about their
careers
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…For a wide range of audiences
E.g. RCU data dashboard
A summary dashboard
presenting information
on the current and future
Employment demand for
UK occupations to link
LMI to a curriculum
strategy
http://rcultd.co.uk/wf/
3
…In a variety of contexts
E.g. Career Trax http://career-trax.herokuapp.com
Temporary extension
shows Career Trax
embedded in the
‘Right Move’ website
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Next steps
 Integration of more data, including:
 Short-term - Course data; Job vacancy data
 Long-term - More on skills & abilities (O*NET); European
data
 Development of advanced search
 Development of tracking and statistics
FINAL LAUNCH: MARCH 2015
Retrospective versus Prospective
Development of applications so far –
provide a glimpse into the future!
EU Skills are potential uses of the LMI
for All database……….
Commitment
to disseminate
to a broad
audience of
practice
For more information…
Email:
[email protected]
[email protected]
Further information:
http://www.lmiforall.org.uk/
http://api.lmiforall.org.uk/
http://collab.lmiforall.org.uk/

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