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1 Southampton City Council NSAfC Client Based Approach

2 This presentation will provide: Background on Southampton CBA and current delivery model, including partnerships and resource Outcome data on the Southampton CBA programme, and impact on wider Council and LEP priorities, and other sectors Next steps for Solent LEP Content

3 Supports key strategic priorities: Southampton City Council Plan 2013-2016 Increase take up of skills development and job opportunities by local people. Maximise economic growth and jobs through initiatives including City Deal, Section 106 agreements and Procurement ‘Transforming Solent’, Solent LEP Strategic Economic Plan 2014-2020 Investing in skills to establish a sustainable pattern of growth, ensuring local residents are equipped to take up the jobs that are created and businesses can source local skills and labour to underpin growth. Why CBA?

4 Involved in CITB national pilot 2009 to develop CBA model and widen NSAfC scope to include smaller developments Incorporated into Council policy, the requirement for ESP is included in the Council’s Local Development Framework Core Strategy, and Sustainable Procurement Strategy Client representation on National Construction Skills Academy Group Delivery model ensuring targeted use of existing funding, partnerships and resource to support and monitor achievement Southampton Background

5 Headlines from CBA key performance indicators: 575 residents into supported employment 171 new apprenticeships 308 work experience placements 305 curriculum support events 652 workforce development qualifications Outcomes

6 Employment and Skills Programmes for long-term unemployed (average DWP ‘on-roll’ 2 years) Targets for priority groups - ‘Troubled Families’, ex-offenders, priority areas, large scale redundancy Work experience programme in partnership with DWP and Work Programme, with 25% progression into sustainable jobs Pre-apprenticeship ‘pathway’ for NEET new entrants into full Apprenticeships NEET reduction from 9.8% to 5.6% over four years Impact on wider Council and LEP priorities

7 Workforce Development and Business Growth Focussed on local SME growth, with procurement targets up to 80% ‘Meet the Buyer’ events Improved access to local skills training Education Construction Baccalaureate Improved Careers Guidance in local schools, including apprenticeship ambassadors Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) 8% increase in participation Impact on wider Council and LEP priorities

8 Commercial developments with end use: IKEA – 450 jobs Sainsbury’s – 300 jobs Costco Wholesale – 180 jobs Lidl – 50 jobs UPS – 50 jobs Premier Inn – 50 jobs Watermark Westquay, Morrisons, Travelodge – 2,000 jobs CBA ‘unlocking’ other sectors

9 Solent Talent Bank CBA implemented by 7 out of 11 local authorities Roll out to Registered Providers Consistency for developers/contractors including new reporting system Proposal for CBA ‘hub’, central resource to maximise outcomes and support smaller authorities Roll-out across Solent LEP

10 Andy Tickner Skills Manager, Southampton City Council 023 8083 4603 Contacts

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