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Hertfordshire Skills Bodies  

Hertfordshire 14-19 Education & Skills Team    

The 14-19 Education and Skills Strategy team is responsible for various strands of work in Services for Children and Young People, working in partnership with other teams in Children’s Services and also for example Herts for Learning.

Hertfordshire Adult and Family Learning Service (HAFLS)    

Hertfordshire Adult and Family Learning Service (HAFLS) receives funding from the Skills Funding Agency to provide a variety of learning opportunities for adults and families across Hertfordshire.

Hertfordshire Care Providers Association (HCPA)    

HCPA is a "not for profit" membership body open to all independent providers of social care and provides a wide range of training and qualifications for staff working in the sector.

Hertfordshire Chamber of Commerce    

Supports businesses in Hertfordshire and runs training and networking events.

Hertfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership    

Hertfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) is focused on helping to drive forward sustainable economic growth – with local business, education providers, the third sector and the public sector working together to achieve this.

Hertfordshire Safeguarding Children Board    

Provides support and training to enable staff in local services and professionals to work together to safeguard and promote the welfare of children.

Herts For Learning    

Herts for Learning Ltd is a not for profit company owned by Hertfordshire schools and the Local Authority. Providing school improvement and business services, it is dedicated to improving standards of education in Hertfordshire and beyond.

Youth Connexions Hertfordshire    

Youth Connexions Hertfordshire forms part of Hertfordshire County Council's Services for Young People, and is a service that aims to provide information and advice, guidance and support, including careers advice and personal development opportunities for all 13-19 year olds (up to 25 years for young people with learning difficulties and/or disabilities).