The LSC is responsible for the planning, funding and quality assurance of all learning and skills delivery for everyone above sixteen in England. This role includes working with a range of partners to promote workforce development and economic regeneration.
This will have a key impact on all local authorities who will need to establish close
links with the LSC in relation to many of their key activities. These activities will
encompass post-16 years education and training, economic development and regeneration activities, workforce development and culture and tourism services.
This seminar will provide a vital insight into some of the wider issues around the LSC's relationship with local authorities. It will identify the new relationships and ways of working that will need to be established at corporate level and identify the broad range of council services that may need to develop close links with the LSC.
The LSC has its national headquarters in Coventry and 47 'local arms', five of which are in London.
Keynote Speaker: John Harwood, Chief Executive, LSC
Learning about Learning and Skills Councils: The Impact of the Learning & Skills Councils on London Local Authororities.
Venue: The Conference Hall, ALG, 59 Southwark Street, London SE1 0AL
Date: Wednesday 18 July 2001
Time: 10.00 am ? 1.00 pm
Cost:£70 + VAT (£82.25)