Mark Spanner

Mark joined the Lancashire Skills Hub in March 2024 to supporting the delivery of Skills Bootcamps – a Department for Education funded programme, giving Lancashire residents aged 19 or over the skills needed to enter high-growth, high demand sectors, including a guaranteed interview with a local employer.

Previously, Mark has held various roles with independent training organisations, contract managing large-scale Welfare to Work and FE Skills contracts, including working closely with the newly devolved Combined Authorities in Liverpool City Region, Tees Valley, North of Tyne and West Yorkshire.

In his spare time Mark enjoys walking, cooking and going to the cinema.

Latest Updates and Events

The impact of the Multiply programme on learners and businesses

Multiply, the numeracy skills programme funded by the Department for Education, continues to have a significant impact on learners and businesses alike. Feedback from Multiply learners who have...

‘Skills Bootcamps’ to bring more opportunities to retrain or switch career

‘Skills Bootcamps’ to bring more opportunities to retrain or switch career People in Lancashire will be able to retrain, improve their skills and even step into their dream...

Garstang students step into working life in Lancaster

Garstang Community Academy School students went to the Lancashire Careers Hub at Fraser House, a vibrant coworking space in Lancaster, to speak to people there working in the...