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Welcome to the online resource dedicated to raising skills in the South East

Featuring key information from the South East Local Enterprise Partnership's Digital Skills Partnership and Skills Advisory Panel.

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Apprenticeships and T-Levels

There are over 200 different types of apprenticeships covering areas such as cyber security, agriculture, construction, health, engineering, finance and much more, while T-Levels are a new qualification for students aged 16-19 who’ve finished GCSEs. They sit alongside A levels and apprenticeships to give young people the technical and practical skills needed to be an asset in the workplace.

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Boost Your Digital Skills

Delivered by the South East Local Enterprise Partnership (SELEP), the Digital Skills Partnership for the South East provides a repository of local training, courses and business programmes for residents and SMEs in the area to boost their digital skills.

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Apprenticeships & T-Levels

There are over 200 different types of apprenticeships covering areas such as cyber security, agriculture, construction, health, engineering, finance and much more, while T-Levels are a new qualification for students aged 16-19 who’ve finished GCSEs.

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Resources and Support

There are a wide range of resources available in the skills landscape, from sector reports to programmes of support from our partner organisations.

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What is South East Skills?

The government (Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport) is working with Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs) and Combined Authorities (CAs) to help establish Local Digital Skills Partnerships (Local DSPs) across the country to tackle local digital skills challenges and build thriving and inclusive local economies. The South East LEP is one of 7 pilots nationally. The Department for Education has also established Skills Advisory Panels in partnership with LEPs and combined authorities to give a clear employer voice on skills and to ensure an understanding of current and future skills needs and labour market challenges. South East Skills brings together the wealth of information and resources being gathered by both to make this as accessible as possible for the local area.

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Could you be a School Governor Champion?

Forward thinking digital skills organisations are embracing school governance as part of their people development and talent management strategies. Is it time that you joined them?

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Webinar: Join us to hear from the major projects that are championing skills in the South East

The South East Local Enterprise Partnership (SELEP) has invited a combination of future major projects for the South East, including the Lower Thames Crossing, London Resort and Ebbsfleet Garden City, to provide insight into how these significant projects and investments will bolster the skills agenda for the South East.

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Too much choice?

Is there simply too much choice out there for individuals wanting to digitally upskills and reskill?

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