Our partnership network

Who makes up the HEPP Partnership?

HEPP brings together all those with an interest in promoting higher level education and skills to young people and adults across Sheffield City Region.

The skills gap in Sheffield City Region can only be met by higher rates of progression to university or higher level training, a challenge which can't easily be met by individual organisations. Partnership seems the most logical response."

Jackie Powell, HEPP Partnership Development Manager

Members of the partnership support HEPP in decision making and help develop, implement and monitor activities as well as providing specialist advice and knowledge.

This strategic partnership encourages

collaboration - we add value to existing activity and can achieve greater impact for all partners

connections  - our strategic partnership approach ensures we plan activities that link to other local initiatives and partnerships where appropriate

impartiality - we provide independent and impartial information and advice

 

Our partners are

Higher and Further Education Institutions

Sheffield Hallam University

The University of Sheffield, including the Department for Lifelong Learning

Barnsley College

Chesterfield College

Dearne Valley College

Doncaster College

Longley Park Sixth Form College

Northern College

Rotherham College

Thomas Rotherham Sixth Form College

The Sheffield College

University Campus Barnsley

 

Local Authorities and all the schools in these areas

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council

Bassetlaw District Council

Bolsover District Council

Chesterfield Borough Council

Derbyshire Dales District Council

Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council

North East Derbyshire District Council

Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council

Sheffield City Council

 

Local Enterprise Partnership

Sheffield City Region LEP

 

 

We also provide representation on the Executive Boards of National organisations

NEON - National Education Oportunities Network

 

FACE - Forum for Access and Continuing Education

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