Developing skills, accessing support

Advanced Oxford’s skill report – Attract, Retain, Grow, contains references to a number of organisations, institutions, providers and support which can help companies in relation to skills and training.  This list is not exhaustive but provides useful links for anyone wanting to explore STEM related opportunities.  Some of the support relates to Oxfordshire, but there are also details of some UK-wide schemes and activities.  Want to add something to the list?  Contact us – [email protected].

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Click on the link to access information about a range of apprenticeship advice, support and apprenticeship providers. This section contains a range of providers, some operating in Oxfordshire, covering different sectors and role types.

Knowledge Transfer Partnership

Click on this link to find out more about Knowledge Transfer Partnerships and how to develop a project

Work experience, careers and internships

Click on the link to find out more about support to engage with students on careers, work experience and internships

Business support and advice

Click on the page link to access information about Oxfordshire focused business support and advice services

OxLEP Skills support and guidance - Opportunites for Oxfordshire employers

Click here to access OxLEP Skill’s guide – Opportunities for Oxfordshire employers

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Grove Business Park joins Advanced Oxford

Grove Business Park joins Advanced Oxford

Advanced Oxford is delighted to welcome Grove Business Park in Wantage as a new sponsor member, who will be actively contributing to our work in supporting the development of Oxfordshire’s innovation ecosystem. Grove Business Park is owned by The Oxford Endowment Fund...

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Green Light for YASA’s new Bicester Motion UK HQ

Green Light for YASA’s new Bicester Motion UK HQ

Detailed designs for three new interconnected buildings which will be YASA’s new UK HQ based at Bicester Motion, the future mobility estate in Bicester Oxfordshire, have been approved by Cherwell District Council.   YASA, a spin-out from the University of Oxford...

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