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LMP Action Plan

The Mid Ulster Labour Market Partnership Action Plan has 3 strategic priorities which are outlined below.

If you would like a copy of the full Action Plan or the LMP Annual Report for 2021-2022, please email 

Strategic Priority 1: to form and successfully deliver the functions of the local Labour Market Partnership.

Key activities:

  1. Regular LMP meetings scheduled, and sub-structures defined with clear Terms of Reference

  2. Management and administrative resource appointed by the Council

  3. Externally publish the LMP Action Plan

  4. Annual survey of the LMP members to assess knowledge and satisfaction levels

  5. Invest in standardised regional statistical reporting to monitor LMP impact (UUEPC)

  6. PR and marketing activity to promote the LMP,  launch initiatives and celebrate key achievements via digital and non-digital channels

  7. Undertake a construction sector employability and skills review

  8. Annual employers' survey as a local monitor of skills and labour demand

  9. Review the 2022-23 plan and produce a new Action Plan for 2023-24.

Strategic Priority 2: to improve employability outcomes and/or labour market conditions locally

Key Activities:

  1. Appoint a Project Delivery Officer to support employer engagement and LMP programme delivery.

  2. Sector-focused Employability Academies co-designed between Industry and FE: manufacturing (4); Construction (2); Agri-food (2); H&SC (2); and Hospitality (2).

  3. HGV / Coach Driver Training & Licensing Academy - support industry supply chains by addressing driver shortages (Category C, E & D).

  4. Employer-led Disability Inclusion programme pilot to increase the number of disabled people in paid employment.

  5. Registered Childminder training academy.

Strategic Priority 3: To support delivery of Employability NI

Key Activities:   

  1. Improve employer and participant knowledge and access to existing employability and skills services.

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