The Careers & Enterprise Company has been established to help young people unlock their best possible futures. The Company researches and invests in activity that helps bridge the gap between education and enterprise. The LEP, alongside 37 other LEPs around the country, is developing an Enterprise Adviser Network (EAN), part funded by the Careers & Enterprise Company. The purpose of the EAN is to support development of effective careers and enterprise strategies for individual schools; to make it easier for schools to navigate through enterprise-education programmes and opportunities. In Liverpool City Region, the project operates in partnership with 5 organisations each delivering the Enterprise Coordinator role that was developed through pilot projects. Enterprise Coordinators bring together secondary Headteachers and their senior leadership teams with an Enterprise Adviser. Enterprise Advisers are volunteers, drawn from business and other employers, to work directly with the senior leadership team to support more effective connection to the world of work and develop, shape or add value to the school’s careers, enterprise and employer engagement strategy. The full-time Enterprise Coordinator facilitates and supports the senior leadership team and Enterprise Adviser. They share regional sector skills requirements, Labour Market Information and details of delivery programmes that could meet the strategic objectives agreed for the school. With support from the Enterprise Adviser Network, Enterprise Advisers can build long-lasting relationships with schools, supporting development of motivated young people, helping them to make more informed choices in and out of schools. Enterprise Coordinators from the following organisations deliver the project in the Liverpool City Region area on behalf of the LEP. All About STEM Career Connect Sefton Education Business Partnership (EBP) St Helens Chamber Wirral Chamber Each Coordinator is responsible for a number of schools and Enterprise Advisers, providing the tools they need to assist them to success. They share learning locally, regionally and nationally and provide the Careers & Enterprise Company with examples of best practice. In the City Region over 85 schools are currently engaged with 70 Enterprise Advisers. By July 2017 we aim to have developed a Liverpool City Region Enterprise Advisor Network which will include 110 schools individually matched with 110 Enterprise Advisers. For more information or to get involved with the Enterprise Advisor Network, please contact: Enterprise CoordinatorEmailPhonePrimary boroughs Dave Armsondave@allaboutstem.co.uk0151 527 3823 07753415238All Kate Eugenike@wirralchamber.co.uk0151 650 6940 07738476552Wirral Helen Mileshelen.email@example.com 742085Halton & St Helens Gill Ditchburngilld@seftonbp.co.uk0151 330 5750 Knowsley & Sefton Kath Wykekath.firstname.lastname@example.org 243 1876 07800885909Liverpool The Employment and Skills Board is the lead strategic voice on skills across the City Region and acts on behalf of the LEP and Combined Authority to provide strategic leadership on employment and skills in the City Region. It is comprised of business members (reflecting the LEP’s key economic growth sectors), the Employment and Skills Portfolio Holder in each local authority area and representatives from key UK Government agencies/ stakeholders responsible for employment and skills activities locally.