Employers driving skills for UK growth

Employers driving skills for UK growth

The Skills Partnership for the science industries

The Skills Partnership for the science industries

Securing the future of the UK science economy

Securing the future of the UK science economy

Science Industry Partnership Membership

Becoming a SIP member means joining with other employers to have a powerful voice to ensure a better deal and value from the skills system, including access to funding at a national and local level, a quality assured training provider network, solutions to your skills challenges and clear signposting to skills solutions.

 

Standards employer voice  Access 2 Funding  Apprenticeship Levy logo   Skills Solution
Careers  Consultancy  Member Manager  Network & Communication  Training Provider Network


Malcolm Skingle, Director, GSK and Chair of the SIP board: “The SIP provides a critical employer leadership role on skills, supporting individual member companies to get the skills they need and developing new solutions with their input. Membership also means getting best value from the apprenticeship levy as well as influence over Government Policy, through a powerful sector voice."

The SIP is ideally positioned to ensure true employer ownership is strongly embedded within the skills and education system and that we have a real say in what we need.”

   

An quick overview about Science Industry Partnership Membership  



 

SIP Members

Apprenticeship Levy > Making the Apprenticeship Levy work for companies in the sector.
National Standards > A science industry sector standards plan.
New Skills Solutions > New skills products and solutions essential for employers in the sector to develop their staff.
Careers A strong recruitment pipeline through the growing SIP ambassador network.
Training Providers A Quality Assured network of Training Providers.
Member Networking > An essential network of science industries working together.
Member Services rates > SIP Members get priority access to a range of skills services at reduced rates.

"This partnership will put employers in the driving seat, allowing us to identify ways of attracting the best young people and in turn securing the essential skill base for a prosperous UK science-based sector.”

GSK Director Malcolm Skingle, Chair of the Science Industry Partnership

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