Cumbria Local Enterprise Partnership board chairman George Beveridge focuses on the LEP’s plans to recruit new private sector board members
Three education and skills experts have joined Cumbria Local Enterprise Partnership to help implement the county’s Skills Investment Plan up to 2020.
New fund seeks to offer wider choice of finance options
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling visited the county in early March to announce two road infrastructure improvement schemes to cut congestion on the A595 and A66 between Cockermouth and Workington.
The multi million pound infrastructure improvement scheme at Durranhill industrial estate on the outskirts of Carlisle has been completed.
Cumbrian businesses encouraged to tap into EU funding allocation
Set to come into force in April 2017, the Apprenticeship levy will require employers to invest in apprenticeships - is your business prepared?
The Skills Investment Plan produced through Cumbria Local Enterprise Partnership has been designed to help more local people gain the qualifications they need to access jobs.
Cumbria’s local training provider network is already looking at innovative ways to support both larger and small employers with the Apprenticeship Levy.