EMSI`s Consulting Economist, Yash Senturk

Report
Consultancy Services
Building Innovative LMI Insight
for Use in Strategic Planning
and Evaluation
Yash Senturk, Consulting Economist
[email protected]
07808 835550
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Overview
Sector
Review
Yash Senturk, Consulting Economist
[email protected]
07808 835550
LEP
Priorities
Review
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There are four main services in addition to bespoke consulting:
Local
Economic
Scan
City and
Guilds
Advance
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Yash Senturk, Consulting Economist
[email protected]
07808 835550
WWW.ECONOMICMODELLING.CO.UK
Sector Review | overview
Single 1-digit SIC industry or logical combination of lower level SIC
industries that describe a logical curriculum area/focus sector
Local geographic setting to describe a provider’s core service area
Detailed review of employment trends (past, present, future) of
constituent industries to understand developing local skills and
employment demand
Assessment of labour market demand against provider's supply of
skills to identify over supply and gaps in provision
Yash Senturk, Consulting Economist
[email protected]
07808 835550
WWW.ECONOMICMODELLING.CO.UK
Sector Review | content
Industry demand - Detailed review of employment trends in
constituent 4-digit SIC codes
Occupational demand - Staffing patterns to highlight employment
trends for key 4-digit SOC codes employed in focus industry
Curriculum review - Mapping current profile and volume of provision
in curriculum area against occupational demand to assess supply v
demand
Gap analysis – Identifying in-demand occupations in target sector not
currently met by provider’s curriculum
Yash Senturk, Consulting Economist
[email protected]
07808 835550
WWW.ECONOMICMODELLING.CO.UK
Sector Review | uses
Assess relevance of courses offered within a specific curriculum area against
local demand
Understand how provision from other curriculum areas can address sector
demand for occupations
Identify areas for potential curriculum development to plug gaps in provision
within the sector
Feed into a curriculum area’s course review
Pilot use of EMSI LMI ahead of broader engagement (Analyst or further
consulting)
Meet Ofsted requirement to plan curriculum based on the needs of local
employers
Yash Senturk, Consulting Economist
[email protected]
07808 835550
WWW.ECONOMICMODELLING.CO.UK
Yash Senturk, Consulting Economist
[email protected]
07808 835550
WWW.ECONOMICMODELLING.CO.UK
LEP Priorities Review | overview
Definition of LEP priority sectors using most appropriate and relevant
SIC codes for curriculum area/focus sector
Local geographic setting to describe a provider’s core service area
Detailed review of employment trends (past, present, future)
of constituent industries to understand developing local skills and
employment demand
Assessment of labour market demand against provider's supply of
skills to identify over supply and gaps in provision
Yash Senturk, Consulting Economist
[email protected]
07808 835550
WWW.ECONOMICMODELLING.CO.UK
LEP Priorities Review | content
Defining LEP priorities – Mapping high level LEP priority sectors into
relevant 4-digit SIC code groupings
Industry demand – Detailed review of employment trends in constituent
4-digit SIC codes for each of the LEP priority sectors
Occupational demand – Staffing patterns to highlight employment trends
for key 4-digit SOC codes for each of the LEP priority sectors
Curriculum review – Mapping current profile and volume of provision
offered at the college against occupational demand to assess supply v
demand
Gap analysis – Identifying in-demand occupations in LEP priority sectors
not currently met by provider’s curriculum
Yash Senturk, Consulting Economist
[email protected]
07808 835550
WWW.ECONOMICMODELLING.CO.UK
LEP Priorities Review | uses
Assess relevance of courses offered against local demand within
LEP priority sectors
Identify areas for potential curriculum development to plug gaps in
provision to support LEP priority sectors
Feed into provider’s curriculum review
Meet Ofsted requirement to understand how the college is currently
meeting LEP priorities
Yash Senturk, Consulting Economist
[email protected]
07808 835550
WWW.ECONOMICMODELLING.CO.UK
Yash Senturk, Consulting Economist
[email protected]
07808 835550
WWW.ECONOMICMODELLING.CO.UK
Local Economic Scan | overview
Local economic setting to describe a provider’s core service
area
Detailed review of employment trends (past, present, future)
of constituent industries to understand developing local skills
and employment demand
Assessment of labour market demand against provider's
supply of skills to identify over supply and gaps in provision
Yash Senturk, Consulting Economist
[email protected]
07808 835550
WWW.ECONOMICMODELLING.CO.UK
Local Economic Scan | content
Industry demand – Detailed review of employment trends in key 4digit SIC codes driving local employment
Occupational demand – Detailed review of employment trends for
key 4-digit SOC codes driving local employment
Curriculum review – Mapping current profile and volume of provision
offered at the college against occupational demand to assess supply
v demand
Gap analysis – Identifying in-demand occupations not currently met
by provider’s curriculum
Yash Senturk, Consulting Economist
[email protected]
07808 835550
WWW.ECONOMICMODELLING.CO.UK
Local Economic Scan | uses
Assess relevance of courses offered against local demand
Identify areas for potential curriculum development to plug gaps in
provision to support employment demand
Feed into provider’s curriculum review
Meet Ofsted requirement to plan curriculum based on the needs of
local employers
Yash Senturk, Consulting Economist
[email protected]
07808 835550
WWW.ECONOMICMODELLING.CO.UK
As for Local Economic Scan but with additional
services offered by City & Guilds to undertake a root
and branch quality review of curriculum areas.
Yash Senturk, Consulting Economist
[email protected]
07808 835550
WWW.ECONOMICMODELLING.CO.UK
Yash Senturk, Consulting Economist
[email protected]
07808 835550
WWW.ECONOMICMODELLING.CO.UK
General Enquiries
Yash Senturk, Consulting Economist
[email protected]
07808 835550
WWW.ECONOMICMODELLING.CO.UK

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