The consultancy arm of Trainagain specialises in skills research, analysis, sector and industry reports. We are particularly keen to explore why employers want one thing and colleges and universities another. To encapsulate this area of work, Trainagain has come up with the phrase “Skills Economy”, which we define as the relationship between skills and regional and/or sector economies.
A great deal is written about qualifications leading to work but much less is said about the skills of people already in work – more specifically, the gap between the skills they have and the skills they need for the future health of the business.
Trainagain has produced a number of Skills Economy reports in recent years; focusing on the skills issues facing key sectors of regional economies. As part of the Norfolk Skills Economy Project we've broken down these reports into manageable segments and you can browse these by going to the skills economy page