SEEDL recognise the challenges Local Authorities face, with upskilling unemployed or those seeking to develop their career without financial ability to do so. Imagine being able to offer Interview Training, Presentation Skills, Microsoft Office courses + Mental Wellness to support local people's development....
Since our launch 3 years ago, SEEDL have expanded into over 70 countries, supporting over 1,400 businesses with their virtual learning solutions for employees. But that's not all... SEEDL also now work with a number of public organisations to expand our offering to communities around the UK, such as Local Councils and Business Improvement Districts (BIDs). See our Case Studies page to see how we help Rushmoor Borough Council, in Hampshire.
SEEDL can offer you a branded portal (see Rushmoor Borough Councils system HERE), which would enable UNLIMITED local businesses or UNLIMITED local residents access to an UNLIMITED number of courses, events, book summaries and more - with no hidden costs (did we say 'UNLIMITED' a lot?).
As a Local Authority you can monitor impact from your own dedicated partner portal. Here it will show sign up statistics, attendance numbers, most popular courses, most engaged learners and even carbon offset statistics too. SEEDL believe in total transparency of data.
Rushmoor Borough Council, our early adopter, since going live, has achieved over 2,000 courses attended between local employees and residents - this translates to less than £3 per course!
We have around 250 virtual courses to choose from, offered both as Live Virtual Events, or On Demand. Whether you want to help local residents with their mental health, upskilling or improving their employment chances, right through to supporting local business with accessing tools to attract, upskill and retain their staff - SEEDL have your back.
Download our full prospectus HERE to see all of our courses. Each are designed to help users learn new skills, get ready for that job interview, right through to developing their life skills and confidence.
Our content is offered as Live Broadcasts and On Demand recordings. Giving your residents a choice to 'make a date to learn' (71% of our user population choose to learn LIVE), or watch the recordings later (29%).
We hate one-dimensional learning experiences, with an 'expert' rambling at their laptop for all to hear. We prefer Live INTERACTIVE webinars, which are brought alive with polls, chatbox interactions, and Q&A with audiences.
Users can access our courses from PC, Tablet or Mobile, so all they need is an internet connection. Furthermore councils can offer our content via their libraries, creating an even more valuable learning hub for the community. They just need to bring some headphones!
Our packages can be as simple as providing a portal for local people to access, allowing you to promote the platform locally. However SEEDL can also offer to come to your town to promote SEEDL to local people, and attend job centres, information events or more.
In addition to our live webinars which could be attended by users across multiple locations (although they can't see or hear each other!), you can also ask us to deliver special events exclusively for your council's audience. Business, Residents or Both.
The skills shortage can limit the growth of local businesses, as they struggle to find qualified workers, which, in turn, can hinder economic development and job creation in the area.
Residents may experience reduced or delayed access to critical services due to the lack of skilled workers in sectors like healthcare, education, and social services. Local employers may not have the budget or resources to attract workers due to the lack of skills training budgets.
We believe that education should be accessible to everyone. The skills shortage can exacerbate income inequality as low-skill workers may face limited job opportunities and wage stagnation, negatively affecting the living standards of residents.
An aging population and the outmigration of young workers can exacerbate the skills shortage, creating a unique challenge for Local Authorities in ensuring a sustainable workforce.
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