Economic Modelling Specialists Intl. (EMSI) provides high-quality data and economic analysis via web tools and custom reports. EMSI’s labour market tool Analyst enables users to identify in-demand industries and occupations at local authority level with key indicators like growth, wages, and demographic trends. The system works proactively with 10-year data projections to help the college and employers understand their local labour markets so we can understand the skills and employment profile of the economy and assess significant industry and occupational changes to 2025.
To meet local economic and employment needs and the future demand for skills it is important that Leeds City College understands its position in the market, has a sound knowledge of its local labour market, and reviews its provision to assure it continues to meet the needs of its customers and makes a positive impact on the region’s economy. Leeds City College uses EMSI Labour Market software Analyst to ensure provision remains meaningful and relevant to the local businesses and communities we serve. Principally the college uses Analyst to underpin and inform curriculum development (including new programme design), marketing & recruitment, employer engagement & business development.
EMSI will be producing a series of infographics over the coming weeks, each one looking at a different sector. To compliment these, a more in-depth insight into the same sector within the Leeds City Region will also be developed.
Leeds City Region Insight - this report gives an insight into occupational employment figures and projections for Finance Directors & Managers, Chartered and Certified Accountants and Financial & Investment Analysts and Advisors. To read the report click here
Leeds City Region Insight - to follow
Leeds City College – Rising to the Challenges of a Dynamic Region – Part 1
Leeds City College – Rising to the Challenges of a Dynamic Region – Part 2
Leeds City College – Rising to the Challenges of a Dynamic Region – Part 3
Case Study: Leeds City College — Rising to the Challenges of a Dynamic Region (Part 4 of 4)