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Sector Analysis. Labour Market Overview. Population 865,200 Working Age 575,500 (66.1%) Economic Activity 80.1% 41,900 employers 454,000 employees. Contribution to GVA. Contribution to GVA. Economic Activity. Unemployment - JSA. Jobs Forecasts.

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Sector analysis

Sector Analysis


Labour market overview

Labour Market Overview

  • Population 865,200

  • Working Age 575,500 (66.1%)

  • Economic Activity 80.1%

  • 41,900 employers

  • 454,000 employees


Contribution to gva

Contribution to GVA


Contribution to gva1

Contribution to GVA


Economic activity

Economic Activity


Unemployment jsa

Unemployment - JSA


Jobs forecasts

Jobs Forecasts


Sector analysis

Business confidence: over the next 2-3 years, do you expect to…

Expand your business significantly?

Expand your business a little?

Stay the same?

Contract your business a little?

Contract your business significantly? 0%

Source Thames Valley Berkshire LEP Roadshow

39%

46%

13%

3%


What do you see as the most serious barriers to economic growth

What do you see as the most serious barriers to economic growth?

Shortage of skills

Broadband speed availability

Accessing finance

Red tape

Planning processes

Transport issues –congestion

Lack of affordable, high quality

business premises

Lack of affordable housing

Other

Source Thames Valley Berkshire LEP Roadshow


Qualifications

Qualifications


Berkshire apprenticeship starts all ages 10 11 data

Berkshire Apprenticeship Starts All Ages – 10-11 Data


Sector detail

Sector Detail


Construction

Construction

  • Number of employers: 4,215

  • Number of employees: 19,180

  • E’er/E’ee avg ratio: 5

  • Forecast employment (2011-2016): Increase of 5%

  • Current Provision:

    • 140 L2 apprenticeships and 100 L3 apprenticeships

    • 1,700 course achievements

    • 7% of total FE achievements


Manufacturing

Manufacturing

  • Number of employers: 1,833

  • Number of employees: 32,040

  • E’er/E’ee avg ratio: 17

  • Forecast employment (2011-2016): Decrease of 9%

  • Current Provision:

    • 130 courses at L2

    • 750 achievements

    • 3% of total FE achievements

    • no apprenticeships


Wholesale retail motor trades

Wholesale, Retail & Motor Trades

  • Number of employers: 6,894

  • Number of employees: 82,977

  • E’er/E’ee avg ratio: 12

  • Forecast employment (2011-2016): Increase of 4% (distribution, hotels etc.)

  • Current Provision:

    • 430 L2 apprenticeships and 120 L3 apprenticeships

    • 2,090 course achievements

    • 9% of total FE achievements


Transport and storage

Transport and Storage

  • Number of employers: 1,440

  • Number of employees: 18,335

  • E’er/E’ee avg ratio: 13

  • Forecast employment (2011-2016): Increase of 0.1% (transport and communications)

  • Current Provision:

    • 70 L2 apprenticeships achieved;

    • 670 course achievements

    • 0.1% of total FE achievements


Accommodation and food services

Accommodation and Food Services

  • Number of employers: 2,444

  • Number of employees: 27,448

  • E’er/E’ee avg ratio: 11

  • Forecast employment (2011-2016): Increase of 4% (distribution, hotels etc.)

  • Current Provision:

    • 120 apprenticeships at L2

    • 20 at L3 achieved

    • 900 course achievements

    • 3.6% of total FE achievements


Information and communication

Information and Communication

  • Number of employers: 5,431

  • Number of employees: 54,244

  • E’er/E’ee avg ratio: 10

  • Forecast employment (2011-2016): Increase of 12% (Fin, Bus and other market services)

  • Current Provision:

    • 130 apprenticeships at L2

    • 210 at L3 achieved

    • 2,740 course achievements

    • 11% of total FE achievements


Finance and insurance

Finance and Insurance

  • Number of employers: 921

  • Number of employees: 14,102

  • E’er/E’ee avg ratio: 15

  • Forecast employment (2011-2016): Increase of 12% (Fin, Bus and other market services)

  • Current Provision:

    • 20 L2 and 50 L3 apprenticeships

    • 770 course achievements

    • 3% of total FE achievements


Property

Property

  • Number of employers: 1,217

  • Number of employees: 5,669

  • E’er/E’ee avg ratio: 5

  • Forecast employment (2011-2016): Increase of 12% (Fin, Bus and other market services)

  • Current Provision:

    • No apprenticeships achieved

    • 200 course achievements

    • 1% of total FE achievements


Professional scientific and technical

Professional, Scientific and Technical

  • Number of employers: 7,206

  • Number of employees: 49,671

  • E’er/E’ee avg ratio: 7

  • Forecast employment (2011-2016): Increase of 12% (Fin, Bus and other market services)

  • Current Provision:

    • 830 L2 and 640 L3 apprenticeships achieved

    • 2,110 course achievements

    • 9% of total FE achievements


Business administration and support services

Business Administration and Support Services

  • Number of employers: 3,901

  • Number of employees: 42,177

  • E’er/E’ee avg ratio: 11

  • Forecast employment (2011-2016): Increase of 12% (Fin, Bus and other market services)

  • Current Provision:

    • 320 L2 and 90 L3 apprenticeships

    • 1,620 course achievements

    • 7% of total FE achievements


Education

Education

  • Number of employers: 1,015

  • Number of employees: 39,022

  • E’er/E’ee avg ratio: 38

  • Forecast employment (2011-2016): Decrease of 0.4% (non-market services)

  • Current Provision:

    • 10 L3 apprenticeships achieved

    • 380 course achievements

    • 2% of total FE achievements


Health

Health

  • Number of employers: 1,617

  • Number of employees: 34,814

  • E’er/E’ee avg ratio: 22

  • Forecast employment (2011-2016): Decrease of 0.4% (non-market services)

  • Current Provision:

    • 270 L2 and 210 L3 apprenticeships

    • 5,260 course achievements

    • 21% of total FE achievements


Public administration other

Public Administration/Other

  • Number of employers: 3,728

  • Number of employees: 42,444

  • E’er/E’ee avg ratio: 11

  • Forecast employment (2011-2016): Decrease of 0.4% (non-market services), decrease of 8% (agriculture)

  • Current Provision:

    • 50 L2 and 10 L3 apprenticeships

    • 2,020 course achievements

    • 8% of total FE achievements


How well informed are the partners of emerging sectors jobs growth how do we inform

How well informed are the partners of emerging sectors/jobs growth. How do we inform

  • Careers Advisors

  • Teachers

  • Further Education Providers

  • Parents

  • Employers


Conclusions

Conclusions

  • Commercial world ‘cautious’

  • However c4500 private sectors jobs growth in 12 months

  • Growth brings opportunity and challenges

  • Use LMI to

    • Inform and influence

    • Target interventions eg pan Berkshire apprenticeship campaign

  • Skills remains biggest barriers to growth – these can be imported though

  • Shout about growth – open for business


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