Home » News » OxLEP – Webinar on Skills, Employment and Enterprise of Oxfordshire’s Ethnic Minority Communities

OxLEP – Webinar on Skills, Employment and Enterprise of Oxfordshire’s Ethnic Minority Communities

February 24, 2022

In early 2021, following publication of the OxLEP Skills Local Skills Report and Plan, March 2021, Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership Skills commissioned a data review and report on the skills, employment and enterprise of Oxfordshire’s ethnic minority communities in order to:

  • inform OxLEP’s work on skills;
  • feed into the Local Industrial Strategy and the Economic Recovery plan and
  • inform the January 2022 review of the Local Skills Report and Plan.

The report was prepared by Oxfordshire County Council’s data and analytics team with research, data analysis and reporting by Margaret Melling and Alick Bird. Project steering was by Oxfordshire County Council data analytics and OxLEP. Peer Review was partnered by colleagues from Brookes University, University of Oxford, Department for Work and Pensions, Policy Group for Poverty, Families and Disadvantage and The High Sheriff of Oxfordshire.

Sources of evidence included:

  • Office for National Statistics population data by ethnic group (Census 2011)
  • Analysis by Indices of Deprivation
  • Pupil census data by ethnic group
  • A special extract of student data and graduate outcomes for Oxfordshire by ethnic group from the Higher Education Statistics Agency

A webinar to talk through the summary of findings is planned for Wednesday March 16 2022 from 1pm to 2pm.

Please register to attend 

Share with a friend
Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn
Share on whatsapp
WhatsApp
Share on email
Email
COVID-19: Support, advice and information for the community
This is default text for notification bar
Skip to content