SULSA works in partnership with Scottish Government, the Scottish Funding Council and Skills and Enterprise agencies to support skills delivery more broadly across Scotland and to improve the flow of talent into our life sciences sector.
SULSA's Wider Engagement
- In addition to leading the Advanced Therapies Skills Training Network for Scotland, as 1 of the 3 UK National Training Centres, SULSA has delivered reskilling and upskilling courses for life sciences more broadly through the National Transition Training Fund, funded by the Scottish Government. Learn more about the outputs from this fund which include innovative reskilling courses co-created across industry and colleges and the development of VR Training.
- SULSA is public sector lead for skills delivery recommendations in the Campbell Report: A Roadmap to Investment for Health Innovation Life Sciences and Healthtech and aims to support the SFC’s Entrepreneurial Campus through a joined up approach in Scotland.
- SULSA’s Executive Director is Chair of the Skills Development Scotland Life and Chemical Sciences Skills Group and sits on the Industry Leadership Group for Life Sciences Scotland. Through this SULSA proactively seeks opportunity to connect industry need with training capability across our tertiary skills system and attract talent into the growing life sciences sector.