SKILLS ADVISORY PANEL

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The Skills Advisory Panel supports the growth of an inclusive economy with a highly skilled workforce to meet the needs of businesses.

Board members:

Chair – Claire Cullens, Norfolk Community Foundation

Private Sector

Natasha Waller, New Anglia LEP
Glen Todd, New Anglia LEP
Ben Miller, Latitude Social Designers
Richard Bridgman, Warren Services
Richard Self, Agriculture/Agricultural Engineering representative

Dayle Bayliss, Dayle Bayliss Associates

Yvonne Mason, Safests & The Mason Trust

Guy Hazlehurst, EDF Energy

Christine Futter, Norfolk and Suffolk Care Support

Clarke Willis, Food Enterprise Park

Chris Gribble, Writers’ Centre Norwich

Ben Miller, Process Flows

Stuart Smith, People with Energy

Jason Parnell, Chair of New Anglia Learning Providers Group

Tom Brown, Green Light Trust

Nova Fairbank, Norfolk Chamber of Commerce 

Paul Simon, Suffolk Chamber of Commerce

Peter Basford, Business Growth Coaches Network

  

FE Post-16 College Representatives

Corrienne Peasgood, City College Norwich

Viv Gillespie, Suffolk New College

Helen Langton, University of Suffolk

David Pomfret, College of West Anglia

Stuart Rimmer, East Coast College

Nikos Savvas, West Suffolk College

David Gartland, Abbeygate Sixth Form

 

Government

Julia Nix, DWP

Tracey Cox, Education and Skills Funding Agency

Dena Read, Education and Skills Funding Agency
Lucy Walker, Education and Skills Funding Agency
Thomas Humphries, Norfolk County Council
Adrian Orr, Suffolk County Council
Michael Gray, Suffolk County Council
Jan Feeney, Norfolk County Council

Karen Gibson, Norfolk CC

Vince Muspratt, Norfolk CC

Seb Gasse, Norfolk CC

Cllr Stuart Clancy, Norfolk CC

Cllr Mary Evans, Suffolk CC

Click here to see its Terms of Reference

2021 

20 May – Minutes 

18 March – Minutes

21 January – Minutes 

2020

20 November – Minutes 

17 September – Minutes 

27 August – Minutes

24 July – Minutes 

21 May – Minutes

19 March – Meeting cancelled

24 January – Minutes

2019

21 November – Minutes

17 September – Minutes

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