Aem Sector Panel Presentation

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  • 1. North West England Higher Level Skills Development and Employer Engagement Processesfor Advanced Engineering and Materials
  • 2. Cogent Footprint
        • Chemicals manufacturing and processing
        • Nuclear and radiological technology
        • Oil and gas exploration and extraction
        • Petroleum refining, storage, blending and distribution
        • Petrol forecourt operations
        • Oil-fired heating services
        • Manufacture of aviation fuels, bitumen, inks
        • Manufacture of plastic and rubber (polymer)
        • Sign-making
  • 3. Cogent Facts, Figures & Contact Details
        • 813,000 employees
        • 20,000+ businesses
        • Representing a turnover of £67bn
        • GVA £42.65bn
        • Representing 15% of UK Manufacturing GVA
    Contact Details Rob Bevan, 0151 342 6930 / 07786 707431. [email_address] 
  • 4. Proskills Footprint
    • building products and refractories
    • coatings
    • extractives and mineral processing
    • glass
    • print
    • .… but are expanding to incorporate:
    • furniture
    • paper
    • (and likely) packaging
  • 5. Proskills Facts, Figures & Contact Details
    • around 21,000 companies employing just over 300,000 people across the UK delivering £29bn per annum turnover (NB the footprint expansion will take Proskills UK to around 1m people)
    • the sector is predominantly located within England
    • 90% of thecompanieswithin the sector are SMEs
    • 85% of companies in the sector reported ‘stable’ or ‘expanded’ business over the last twelve month period
    • productivity (in terms of GVA) across the sector is nearly 60% higher than the average for the UK economy
    • 35,000 people are employed by the sector in the North West
    Contact Details Ray Snowdon 07795 011983 ray.snowdon@proskills.co.uk
  • 6.
    • SEMTA Footprint
    • Engineering Manufacturing
    • Engineered metal products
    • Mechanical engineering equipment
    • Electrical engineering equipment
    • Electronic equipment
    • Motor vehicles
    • Shipbuilding/ship repair/boat building and repair
    • Aerospace
    • Other Transport Equipment (including Railway locomotives )
    • Science
    • SEMTA has responsibility for Scientific occupations that include:
    • Research and development in pharmaceutical manufacturing companies
    • The application of bioscience for the processing and production of materials
    • SEMTAare also responsible formathematicsacross all of the sectors
  • 7.
    • SEMTA
    • Facts and figures for UK
    • 76,000 establishments
    • 2 million people employed (7% of total UK employment)
    • £64 billion per annum turnover
    • Contributes 9% of UK Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
    • Contributes 33% of total UK Exports.
    • Contact Details
    • John Harris
    • 01621 788150 / 07740 637348
    • email jharris@semta.org.uk
  • 8.
    • Skillfast-UK Footprint
    • Businesses throughout the apparel, footwear and textiles supply chain, including design, manufacturing, wholesale trade and after-sales servicing
    • Based around f our key sub-sectors:
    • Textiles – including technical textiles for a wide range of end-use markets such as aerospace, automotive, medical, industrial
    • Clothing and fashion design
    • Footwear & leather
    • Laundry and dry cleaning
  • 9.
    • 41,000 establishments in the UK, c.5,700 in NW
    • Employment of 380,000, 58,000 in NW
    • Net contribution of £10bn, £1.6bn in NW
    • NW is leading area in the UK in terms of contribution to apparel, footwear and textiles
    • Contact details
    • John West
    • 0113 2399 614
    • Email:[email_address]
    Skillfast-UK Facts and figures for the UK
  • 10. Five stage process leading to industry agreement to a programme of collaborative action: Stage 1: needs assessment Stage 2: analysis of current provision Stage 3: gap analysis Stage 4: scope for collaborative action by employers Stage 5: action plan with key delivery partners Sector Skills Agreements (SSAs)
  • 11.
    • North West
    • Sector Skills Agreement – Higher Level Skills Development
    • SEMTA Sector - Aerospace
    • Shortage of Science & Engineering Graduates with Work Experience
    • Shortage of Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul (MRO) Licensed Aircraft Engineers
    • SEMTA Sector - Electronics
    • Shortage of Graduates with Technical Engineering Skills, Practical Skills, Work Experience
    • Demand for Design Engineers, Electronic Engineers, Software Engineers and Production Engineers
  • 12.
    • North West
    • Sector Skills Agreement – Higher Level Skills Development
    • SEMTA Sector - Automotive
    • Low Levels of Skills Gaps for Professional Occupations
    • Workforce Developments Needs – Improved Technical Skills, Better Knowledge of Materials and Production Engineering. Higher Level Skills Needed for New Automated Technologies
    • Trend to Continue of Graduates in Professional Job Roles
    • SEMTA Sector - Marine
    • One Large Employer with 19% of UK Workforce, Shortage of Science & Engineering Graduates with Work Experience, Navel Architects, Mechanical, Electrical & Marine Engineering Engineers
  • 13.
    • North West
    • Sector Skills Agreement – Higher Level Skills Development
    • SEMTA Sector Marine – Continued
    • Lack of Specific HE Qualifications in Marine Electrical Engineering
    • Demand for Post Graduate Courses in Marine Safety Engineering
    • Workforce Development – Improved Technical Skills.
    • Current Training Supply Insufficient To Meet Business Needs
    • Skillfast Sector - Technical Textiles
    • Shortage of Graduate Scientists / Technologists with Knowledge of Textiles Technology / Materials Science (including composites) with Relevant Experience to Support Product Development, Process Engineering and Technical Services
  • 14. North West Sector Skills Agreement – Higher Level Skills Development
    • Proskills Sectors - Building Products & Refractories,
    • Coatings, Extractives, Mineral Processing, Glass and Print
    • Shortage of Technical Leaders / Managers with Strategic IT Capability
    • Lack of Progression from Technician Job Roles to Technical Manager Job Roles
    • Lack of Upskilling Activity
    • Cogent Sectors – Chemicals, Nuclear, Oil & Gas, Petroleum, Plastics
    • Need Technical Leadership and Management CPD
    • Need Business Improvement Techniques (BIT) Level 4
    • Need Health, Safety and Environmental (legislation focus) CPD Programmes for Managers
  • 15.
    • North West
    • Higher Level Skills Development & Employer Engagement Processes
    • Potential Projects with Sustainable Outcomes
    • Sandwich Degree Courses to Improve Employer Engagement and Work Experience of Undergraduates / Graduates, Industry Placement Programmes
    • Graduate and Higher Apprenticeships for Structured Work-based Learning
    • Graduate Development Programmes for SME Employers / Graduates
    • Careers and Competency Pathways for Workforce Development – including Succession Planning, CPD
    • Accelerated Workforce Development using HE Credit, Credit Accumulation and APEL
    • Upskilling and Workforce Development Initiatives
  • Description
    Fashion, apparel, textile, merchandising, garments