Who We Are?

The Local London Green Jobs and Skills Partnership was established in February 2022, in response to findings from the Pan-London Green Jobs and Skills Research. This revealed the emergence of green skills, the skills gap being faced and the urgent need to upskill and reskill people to meet this demand.

Our collaboration with local authorities, further and higher education providers, employers and key stakeholders aims to influence and shape green employment and skills provision, both now and in the future.

We want to drive job creation and sustain these jobs, while maximising the potential of the shift to a green economy. We want to secure the development and delivery of high-quality green skills training.

This will help to tackle deep inequalities in London’s labour market and put ‘local’ at the heart of the devolution agenda for skills. 

As part of its commitment to support green skills delivery, the Department for Education is providing £2.4 million via its Strategic Development Fund, to develop this partnership.

Our list of colleges, Local Authority and employer partners can be found HERE.

This work is being further supportedby the Greater London Authority’s Mayor’s Skills Academies Programme. This collaborates with 11 colleges, nine London Boroughs and over 30 employers to help achieve the Mayor’s ambitious net-zero targets and improve the green and digital curriculum offer across the Capital.

View and download the WPI Economics and the Institute of Employment Studies Green Jobs and Skills in Local London report and the Green Jobs and Skills in London: Cross-London report HERE.

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