Turning your life around in Page Hall, Sheffield.
It’s well documented that I believe in training. Evidence clearly shows that it has real life economic and social benefits which can last for generations. Consequently, I’m delighted the the team at FireDog Research is working with Beyond 2030 on a fascinating project in South Yorkshire exploring the skills and training needed by different migrant groups. In particular as a case study we are considering the immigrant Roma community in Sheffield.
FireDog will be working with employers, stakeholders and members of the Roma community themselves to understand the training that would help individuals secure sustainable employment and support local employers as they look to grow in the economic recovery.
The case study will provide useful insight to local authorities across the country who look to work with specific parts of the community.
Dr Ross Moloney