Gaining skills: Overcoming the barriers in Great Yarmouth

Great Yarmouth's skills and employability strategy will provide a positive, collaborative framework for the council and its partners and It will leave residents well placed for careers that improve their lives and those of their families, says Sheila Oxtoby.

Regeneration and raising aspirations form a key part of Great Yarmouth BC's strategy.

It has become increasingly apparent we have to make sure learning and skills provision meets the needs of residents and employers. Technology and an interconnected economy mean we are focused on precisely what that provision in our borough should look like.

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