What do multi-national energy projects and small digital agencies have in common? Firstly, they both need the right skills to succeed. Secondly, both play a key role in the Somerset economy. These were just two business sectors represented at the Somerset Education Business Partnership launch on Wednesday 24 October. Continue reading “Somerset EBP Launch! – Andrew Hanson, Somerset EBP Manager”
The AEBP has been re-constituted from EBPn following 18 months of planning and hard work by a small group of EBPn members.
Fifteen years ago, we were represented by the National EBP network – NEBP. Funding was available from central government for a team of full time staff to keep this body at the forefront of careers, enterprise and employability work. We enjoyed Continue reading “The AEBP History”
Welcome from the Chair:
I am delighted to announce today the re-launch of the National Network for Education Business Partnerships.
Formerly known as EBPn, we have re-constituted and rebranded as AEBP, The Association of Education Business Professionals. We are a membership body comprising of over 55 organisations dedicated to preparing young people for the world of work. Continue reading “Welcome”
TEAMING UP WITH BOTH LOCAL AND NATIONAL BUSINESSES AND ORGANISATIONS CAN PROVIDE HUGE BENEFITS TO YOUR SCHOOL
In a series of seven weekly workshops, children and parents explored the practical and emotional aspects of managing money. A total of 60 pupils took part, across two Year 5 classes. Continue reading “Partnerships: it all adds up”
Local Education Business Partnerships (EBPs) play a key role in bringing together schools, businesses and community organisations in local areas and supporting tens of thousands of pupils every year to develop their employability skills and drive up their aspirations. Some EBPs are coordinated by the borough, and others are independent bodies that work in partnership with their local council.
Subjects in the City was an innovative project which aimed to bring together City business and teachers from local schools to enrich the curriculum across a range of areas. Continue reading “Collaborating “Subjects in the City””