Staff training supporting success of projects helping Lancashire’s NEET young people and unemployed adults into work or training
Thursday 12th October
Lancashire’s colleges, training providers and specialist organisations recently came together at Brockholes Reserve in Preston to learn about a variety of topics, helping them to support Lancashire’s young people, adults and employers as part of the ‘Moving On’ and ‘Access to Employment’ projects. Read more

Alison Robinson to take charge at Myerscough College
Tuesday 3rd October
Myerscough College is delighted to announce that Alison Robinson will become the new Chief Executive and Principal next year. Read more.

Additional organisations to join the Access to Employment provider network
August 2017
Access to Employment supports adults who are unemployed or ‘inactive’ to tackle their barriers to work and enter and sustain employment including apprenticeships. Following two Invitations to Tender launched in July 2017, we are pleased to announce the following organisations have been invited to join the Access to Employment provider network, helping to ensure the success of the project in meeting local needs:

Access to Employment – Skills Support for the Unemployed

  • Enterprise4All (NW) Ltd
  • Nova Payroll Management T/A Pin Point Training
  • Salford Diocesan Trust T/A St Anthony’s Centre
  • The Construction Skills People Ltd

Access to Employment – Enhancing Apprenticeships

  • Enterprise4All (NW) Ltd

For further information please see www.lesep.co.uk