Local Area Summary Report

New product for 2015/16 academic year.

 

Key data about skills supply and demand in your local area

 
For 2015/16 we have introduced a new updated product in response to requests from many of our customers.

The Local Area Summary Report brings together key findings from our market intelligence and LMI analysis into an easy to read and highly graphical PowerPoint pack. The report shows key statistics about skills supply and skills demand in your local area and highlights the contribution that your college is making in priority sectors. Skills information is analysed by subject area, funding stream, geographical area and level of study. Outputs are in the form of easy to read tables, charts and maps. The report should be particularly useful for Governing Bodies and Senior Management Teams who wish to evaluate the contribution made by their college to the local economy and community.

Significant discounts are available for colleges who already subscribe to the Vector market intelligence tool.

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Deprivation Profile
Deprivation Profile

Local Area Reviews will need to consider an analysis of the current post-16 provision (including schools, independent and local authority providers) including local capacity, the quality and outcomes secured and relevance to local economic needs.

HM Government

Reviewing Post-16 Education and Training Institutions , September 2015

Features of the Local Area Report Local Area Report

 
PowerPoint report contains maps, charts and tables showing:

  • Learner volumes and market share
  • Travel to learn analysis showing the flow of learners in and out of the local area
  • Competitor analysis including comparison of performance data
  • Local LEP priorities and your contribution in meeting these priorities
  • Analysis of local skills needs including skill shortage vacancies
  • Projections of future skills needs in the local economy
  • Local community profile including deprivation, socio-demographic trends and key industries

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Learner Volumes by Provider Type