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On Friday 12th January, delegates from the Lancashire Enterprise Adviser Network and Motion Lab Marketing Ltd joined members from the Lancashire LEP and The Careers & Enterprise Company at Longridge High School as it became the 100th school to join the Enterprise Adviser Network in Lancashire.

The celebratory event saw delegates take part in discussions on the power of the Enterprise Adviser Network and what employers want to improve in schools to prepare young people for the workplace. Along with group discussions, the group were taken on a tour of the school by headteacher Jane Green who showcased the work taking place at Longridge to ensure its pupils are prepared for the world of work.

The hard work from Lancashire’s Enterprise Adviser Network has meant that Longridge High School has been successfully partnered with Motion Lab Marketing Ltd, a specialist digital marketing and technology company, whose CEO is already a volunteer adviser for the school.

The Chair of the Lancashire LEP, Edwin Booth commented:

“Reaching this significant milestone is a major achievement and demonstrates the LEP’s commitment to providing high quality careers advice and invaluable insights in to the world of work through the Lancashire Skills & Employment Hub.”

Our CEO of the Careers and Enterprise Company, Claudia Harris said:

“We are delighted to celebrate this milestone for the Lancashire Enterprise Adviser Network and Lancashire LEP. To sign-up 100 schools to the Network is a fantastic achievement. It means that the young people attending these schools will get the employer encounters they need to help make informed choices about the fast-changing world of work."

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