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1 The Sector Skills Council for the Environmental and Land-based Sector Working in the land-based sector Madge Moore National Director - England Lantra Sector Skills Council for environmental and land-based industries

2 The Sector Skills Council for the Environmental and Land-based Sector Agricultural crops Agricultural livestock Aquaculture Fencing Floristry Land-based engineering Production horticulture Trees and timber Animal care Animal technology Equine Farriery Veterinary nursing Environmental conservation Fisheries management Game conservation Landscape Seventeen environmental and land-based industries: Land management and production Animal health and welfare Environmental industries

3 The Sector Skills Council for the Environmental and Land-based Sector Lantra Our vision for the environmental and land-based industries is for successful businesses and a world class workforce Our mission is to maximise investment in high quality skills and business development So that individuals and businesses both profit from the best skills on earth

4 The Sector Skills Council for the Environmental and Land-based Sector Business practice (What we need to enhance to succeed) Outcomes (What we want to achieve) Business activities (What we need to do well to reach our goals) Customers (What they want) 1.2 Improved business and management skills 1.3 Reduced skills shortages 1.1 Improved workforce competence 2.2 Access to appropriate learning solutions for individuals and businesses 2.1 Improve their business performance through a better understanding and utilisation of skills 2.3 Individuals understand that the sector can provide good job opportunities 2.4 Supply of skilled people 3.6 Shape qualifications and develop NOS that are relevant to employer needs. 3.7 Ensure the sufficiency of quality learning and promote take up. 3.1 Understanding skills issues facing the sector through good LMI 3.2 Raise the awareness of the need to improve skills 3.3 Help businesses/ individuals to assess their skills needs 3.8 Promote entry routes and progression opportunities for a career in the land based sector 3.9 Matching skills to job opportunities 3.4 Ensure that the strategic value of skills and innovation is fully reflected in mainstream policies and funding mechanisms 3.5 Aligning provision, funding and sector solutions to meet sector needs. 4.1 Maintain and generate additional funding to operate 4.2 Manage finances well 4.3 The right people with the right skills to operate 4.4 Effective board/governance arrangements 4.5 Improve (internal and external) communications Lantra strategy map

5 The Sector Skills Council for the Environmental and Land-based Sector Structures Employer led Trustees and Council 14 Employer led industry groups + Task and Finish National Advisory Groups Wales Scotland N Ireland Specific Advisory Groups – Research, Standards

6 The Sector Skills Council for the Environmental and Land-based Sector Driving up investment in training Case Study Development Press and campaigns – jointly with industry Ambassador Programme Partnership with Agencies Influencing Government Facilitating skills programmes

7 The Sector Skills Council for the Environmental and Land-based Sector Research strategy Strategy Launched in July 2008 Lantras research will provide and communicate robust evidence on the sectors skills needs and the extent to which skills contribute to economic, environmental and social sustainability; in order that our policies, products and services are effective.

8 The Sector Skills Council for the Environmental and Land-based Sector What Labour Market Information Profile size and characteristics of the workforce Employment Gender Ethnicity Age Occupational profileEmployment status Earnings Highest level qualification Understanding employers and their skills issues Business sizeVacancies Skills shortages Skills Gaps Training Drivers of change Expansion demandReplacement demand Gross Added Value

9 The Sector Skills Council for the Environmental and Land-based Sector Qualification work programmes Appropriate National Occupational Standards (NOS) NOS based qualifications Curriculum and qualification development, Occupational studies, Welsh Baccalaureate, Scottish Progression Awards Adult entry programmes Careers information /careers advisor CPD programmes Supply side Provider networks: quality standards, Priorities and funding Higher Education Work

10 The Sector Skills Council for the Environmental and Land-based Sector Lantras SQS Vision

11 The Sector Skills Council for the Environmental and Land-based Sector Skills Manager

12 The Sector Skills Council for the Environmental and Land-based Sector Do you know the difference?

13 The Sector Skills Council for the Environmental and Land-based Sector Contact details Tel: Visit:


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