Elevate – The Education Business Partnership is a not-for-profit organisation, operating since September 1998. Formerly known as Sefton Education Business Partnership, we re-branded in September 2018 to Elevate EBP as a reflection of our growing work across the Liverpool City Region.

Elevate, The Education Business Partnership (EBP) are the catalyst between local schools, colleges and business; creating opportunities for partnership work to create and prepare the workforce of tomorrow. We are passionate about preparing our future workforce.

We work alongside the schools and colleges of the Liverpool City Region to support the delivery of their careers strategy; linking careers and the local labour market to the curriculum, giving young people meaningful encounters with employers and experiences of the workplace.

We are committed to supporting our local economy and businesses by nurturing the talents of the young people in our city.

We are proud to be part of the national agenda to improve social mobility and offer opportunity to everyone, giving

“preparing our future workforce”

“preparing our future workforce”

Elevate – The Education Business Partnership is a not-for-profit organisation, operating since September 1998. Formerly known as Sefton Education Business Partnership, we re-branded in September 2018 to Elevate EBP as a reflection of our growing work across the Liverpool City Region.

Elevate, The Education Business Partnership (EBP) are the catalyst between local schools, colleges and business; creating opportunities for partnership work to create and prepare the workforce of tomorrow. We are passionate about preparing our future workforce.

We work alongside the schools and colleges of the Liverpool City Region to support the delivery of their careers strategy; linking careers and the local labour market to the curriculum, giving young people meaningful encounters with employers and experiences of the workplace.

We are committed to supporting our local economy and businesses by nurturing the talents of the young people in our city.

We are proud to be part of the national agenda to improve social mobility and offer opportunity to everyone, giving

“A young person who has 4 or more encounters with an employer is 86% less likely to be unemployed or not in education or training, and can earn up to 18% more during their career.” – Careers and Enterprise Company

“It is estimated that 65% of children entering primary school today will ultimately end up working in jobs that don’t yet exist.” – McLeod, Scott and Karl Fisch “Shift Happens”

“Forecasts for the City Region economy suggest that jobs could increase by up to 75,000 by 2025 if a series of transformational developments across the City Region go ahead …….. However two in five (employers) experience recruitment difficulties with too few applicants with appropriate skills.” – “Skills Strategy 2018 – 2023” LCR Local Enterprise Partnership

“A young person who has 4 or more encounters with an employer is 86% less likely to be unemployed or not in education or training, and can earn up to 18% more during their career.” – Careers and Enterprise Company

“It is estimated that 65% of children entering primary school today will ultimately end up working in jobs that don’t yet exist.” – McLeod, Scott and Karl Fisch “Shift Happens”

“Forecasts for the City Region economy suggest that jobs could increase by up to 75,000 by 2025 if a series of transformational developments across the City Region go ahead …….. However two in five (employers) experience recruitment difficulties with too few applicants with appropriate skills.” – “Skills Strategy 2018 – 2023” LCR Local Enterprise Partnership

The Education Business Partnership, Sefton House, Bridle Road, Bootle, Liverpool L30 4XR

0151 3305758