Skills, Careers and Employment APPG

First Registered: 21/04/2021 • Last updated on: 14/07/2021

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Cross-party coalition of parliamentarians devoted to raising the profile of skills and employment policy. Brings together Parliament, employers, and the skills sector to ensure that skills policy promotes social mobility, lifelong learning opportunities and local economic growth.

Note: All-Party Parliamentary Groups (APPGs) are informal, cross-party groups formed by MPs and Members of the House of Lords who share a common interest in a particular policy area, region or country. APPGs have no official status within Parliament.


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Recent Documents related to Skills, Careers and Employment

1. National Careers Service satisfaction and progression surveys: 2017 to 2018
04/07/2019 - Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA)
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Found: com/terms. © Education and Skills Funding Agency 2017 July 201 8 National Careers Service: Customer

2. National Careers Service satisfaction and progression surveys: 2019 to 2020
24/03/2021 - Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA)
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Found: -mori.com/terms. © EFSA 2020 July 2020 National Careers Service: Customer Satisfaction and Progression

3. National Careers Service satisfaction and progression surveys: 2018 to 2019
24/03/2021 - Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA)
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Found: s. © Education and Skills Funding Agency 201 9 December 2019 National Careers Service: Customer

4. The impact of COVID-19 on education and children’s services
04/05/2020 - Inquiry: The impact of COVID-19 on education and children’s services - Education Committee
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Found: CIE0018 Written evidence submitted by Careers England   Summary Our greatest concern is

5. Skills Advisory Panels
20/11/2020 - Department for Education
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Found: Skills Advisory Panels Guidance on the Role and Governance December 2018 2 Guidance on the

Latest Documents
Recent Speeches related to Skills, Careers and Employment

1. Young People: Post-pandemic Employment
16/06/2021 - Lords Chamber

1: further to the Office for National Statistics’ Employment in the UK data, published on 23 March, which - Speech Link
2: risk of long-term unemployment, with access to the skills and training they need to progress, including through - Speech Link
3: design courses that will equip young people with the skills that this hard-hit retail industry needs as it - Speech Link

2. Careers Education for Students
06/09/2018 - Lords Chamber

1: House takes note of the case for high-quality careers education and advice to be available to all students - Speech Link
2: years careers education has been the poor relation of education provision. The Digital Skills Committee - Speech Link

3. Skills and Post-16 Education Bill [HL]
19/07/2021 - Lords Chamber

1: Clause— “Provision of opportunities for education and skills development (1) Any person of any age has - Speech Link
2: trying to address the skills gap in this country and enable individuals to develop skills relevant to today’s - Speech Link

4. Vocational Education and Training
28/10/2019 - Lords Chamber

1: It is perhaps worth recalling the degree of skills shortages across a number of sectors. For this - Speech Link
2: unsuitable. In addition, we desperately need the skills which require vocational education. Look at the - Speech Link

5. Employment: Young People
20/07/2020 - Lords Chamber

1: environment; and what changes they have made to careers support and guidance provision to achieve this - Speech Link
2: are investing around £100 million this year in careers guidance for young people and adults. We are supporting - Speech Link
3: join an already overcrowded jobs market. Good careers advice, including personal guidance from qualified - Speech Link

Latest Speeches
Recent Questions related to Skills, Careers and Employment
1. National Careers Service
asked by: Daisy Cooper
13/11/2020
... what recent assessment he has made of whether all adults who are (a) at risk of redundancy or (b) currently unemployed are identified as a priority for the National Careers Service.

2. National Careers Service
asked by: Gregory Campbell
03/12/2018
... what (a) geographical area and (b) age range the National Careers Service covers.

3. National Careers Service: Finance
asked by: Chi Onwurah
13/07/2020
... how the additional £32 million for the National Careers Service will be funded; and whether that funding will be used to encourage STEM career paths.

4. National Careers Service
asked by: Lord Beecham
06/03/2018
... whether that consultation requested information on the provision of an alternative service.

5. National Careers Service
asked by: Richard Burgon
07/02/2018
... if he will publish the assessment his Department has made of the effect on rehabilitation of the cancellation of the work of the National Careers Service in prisons.

Latest Questions
13 Current APPG Officers
John Hayes Portrait
John Hayes
Chair & Registered Contact
Conservative - South Holland and The Deepings
Joined: 21st April 2021
Lord Norton of Louth Portrait
Lord Norton of Louth
Vice Chair
Conservative - Life peer
Joined: 21st April 2021
Nicola Richards Portrait
Nicola Richards
Vice Chair
Conservative - West Bromwich East
Joined: 21st April 2021
Robert Halfon Portrait
Robert Halfon
Officer
Conservative - Harlow
Joined: 21st April 2021
Lord Lucas Portrait
Lord Lucas
Officer
Conservative - Excepted Hereditary
Joined: 21st April 2021
John Cryer Portrait
John Cryer
Officer
Labour - Leyton and Wanstead
Joined: 21st April 2021
Lord Storey Portrait
Lord Storey
Officer
Liberal Democrat - Life peer
Joined: 21st April 2021
Contact Details

Registered Contact:

Sir John Hayes MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 020 7219 1389.

Email: hayesj@parliament.uk

Public Enquiry Point:

Simon Kelleher, Policy Connect, 7-14 Great Dover Street, London SE1 4YR. Tel: 0207 202 8576

Email: simon.kelleher@policyconnect.org.uk

Secretariat:

Policy Connect acts as the group's secretariat. http://www.policyconnect.org.uk/

Group's Website:

http://www.policyconnect.org.uk/apgse/home

Benefits in Kind
Date
12 Feb 2021
Source
Policy Connect
Description
Policy Connect is paid by the following to act as the group's secretariat: ACCA, AELP, CILEX, City & Guilds, CPD, Engineering UK, Enginuity, HVMC, Ingeus, Learning and Work Institute, LCBT, LTE Group, Shakespeare Martineau, South Thames College, UCU, WorldSkills UK (Find A Future   From : 12/02/2021 To : 11/02/2022
Value
£39,001
Date
12 Feb 2021
Source
Policy Connect
Description
Policy Connect is paid by the following to act as the group's secretariat: ACCA, AELP, CILEX, City & Guilds, CPD, Engineering UK, Enginuity, HVMC, Ingeus, Learning and Work Institute, LCBT, LTE Group, Shakespeare Martineau, South Thames College, UCU, WorldSkills UK (Find A Future), Career Development Policy Group   From : 12/02/2021 To : 11/02/2022
Value
£46,501

No direct financial benefits are on record for the Skills, Careers and Employment APPG