National Labour Market Information
- iCould has easy to use labour market information and advice on how to use LMI to make careers decisions.
- World Skills UK provdes a more detailed guide to how to use labour market information
- With older students you might want them to go into more depth, by consulting the Office for National Statistics data or statistics on Further and Higher Education.
- The Association of Colleges has advice on how to use labour market information with FE students.
- Nesta has a toolkit about the skills and occupations that are likely to be in demand in 2030.Download the toolkit here A lesson plan: 'The future of work' can be found here
East Sussex labour market information
Introduce students to priority sectors in the East Sussex economy by showing this short video, featuring employers from health and social care, the land-based sector, visitor economy, engineering, creative and digital.
District level labour market outlook data (January 2021) can be found here:
Additional local labour market data can be accessed at East Sussex in Figures.
If your school would like to receive East Sussex County Council's monthly LMI bulletin, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Last Updated - November 2020
In response to Covid-19, East Sussex County Council has created three webinars to help teachers and students to understand and adapt to the changing labour market.
Webinar 1: What effect is the pandemic and lockdown having on the economy and career planning (October 2020)
This webinar helps educators and staff to support young people with their employability skills during the pandemic.
Webinar 2: Career Pathways Post Covid-19 (June 2020)
A presentation of a Key Stage 5 lesson plan about careers pathways post-Covid-19, with editable resources:
Webinar 3: Adapting To Succeed: Skills In The Pandemic Labour Market (June 2020)
This webinar has simple lesson ideas to give KS3 and KS4 learners the skills and confidence they need to succeed in the pandemic labour market.
Help with Gatsby Benchmark 2
Ask your Enterprise Coordinator and Enterprise Adviser for further advice and support and consult the Careers and Enterprise Company's resource directory.