Tag Archives: Sussex Chamber of Commerce

Sussex MPs, add your LSIP support to Sally-Ann Hart


As I wrote yesterday in my blog, we have benefited from the LSIP documents which Sussex Chamber of Commerce has just published. The LSIP term relates to Local Skills Improvement Plan Trailblazer. The large number of people involved in its … Continue reading

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Well done LSIP from Sussex Chamber of Commerce


On Friday at lunchtime, the Sussex Chamber of Commerce were able to publish a series of documents under the theme of the Local Skills Improvement Plan Trailblazer which is referred to as LSIP. The location is on their website here. … Continue reading

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Sussex agencies that are called to promote STEM


Last Thursday in the House of Lords a statement was made by Diana Barran who since September has been the Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Minister for the School System). She referred to her announcement that she had made on … Continue reading

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Sussex Local Skills Improvement Plan


Over the last few weeks the Sussex Chamber of Commerce has been working incredibly hard to set out a meaningful Local Skills Improvement Plan for Sussex that will hopefully be accepted by the Department for Education. It has been very … Continue reading

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Local Businesses can get support from Councils


Over the last few hours two of the Sussex District Councils published information for support for their local businesses. The first was from Malcolm Johnston who is the CEO for Rother District and he was on LinkedIn last night and … Continue reading

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The House of Lords raised two vital themes


Last week in Parliament two very important themes were raised in the House of Lords by Sussex Peers. Sadly, the first of them which related to apprenticeships, raised by Ralph Palmer had some deeply negative comments that I don’t recognise. … Continue reading

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Sussex Chamber of Commerce has a lot of work to achieve


Two weeks ago in the House of Lords there were a number of debates on the theme of amendments for the Skills and Post-16 Education Bill. One of the debates under the heading of Amendment 76a took place on 19th … Continue reading

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Local Skills Improvement Trailblazer for Sussex


Yesterday in the House of Lords, a Government Minister who I happen to have worked with on several occasions made a statement that was part of a debate on amendment 8 as part of the Skills and Post-16 Education Bill. … Continue reading

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Can Government get Apprentice training for small industries?


The latest answer on apprenticeships to a written Parliamentary question took place on Monday. Sadly its publication was too late to inform an online meeting session on Tuesday Morning organised by Sussex Chamber of Commerce. Had it arrived sooner it … Continue reading

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Students are facing a tough next step, and so are all our MPs!


Today is the beginning of a significant period for many of us. Inevitably on a bank holiday people who work for agencies such as the Police, NHS including the Ambulance Service and the Fire and Rescue carry on as if … Continue reading

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