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London / South East Employment Conference

London / South East Employment Conference

Resources and Slides from our London / South East Employment Conference on Friday 06 December 2019.

 

Conference Booklet (London / South East) & Quiz Answers – for information about the day and the speakers / workshop leaders

Welcome, Context & Icebreakers - Linda Jordan (Senior Development Lead, NDTi / Regional Lead for London, PfA), Alice McColl (Development Lead - Children & Young People, NDTi / Regional Lead for the South East, PfA), Tabatha Ayres (Senior Practitioner for Young People’s Participation, KIDS) & Conor Hillier (111 Call Handler) 

Employers are Part of the Solution and the Untapped Talent video - Matt Wood (CEO & Owner, Millwood Servicing Ltd)

A Personal Journey into Employment - Sterre Ploeger (Director, Act Up! Newham)

NDTi’s Vision - Paul Marshall (Chief Executive, NDTi)

What Evidence-based Support Looks Like - Linda Jordan (Senior Development Lead, NDTi / Regional Lead for London, PfA)

Improving Employment Outcomes - Kathy Melling (Associate, NDTi) & Julia Bird (Employment Support Officer, The Education People)

The Role of Schools & Colleges and related video case studies - workshop led by Nicola Hall (Employer Engagement Officer, Castle School) & Louisa McClure (World of Work Manager, Castle School)

Understanding Access to Work and the SIP Form - workshop led by Avril Mendel (Associate, NDTi)

Effective Employer Engagement - workshop led by Elizabeth Ajewole (Senior Practitioner, Prospects)

Commissioning Effective Employment Support - Jean Cole (Head of SEND, Newham College), Gerry O’Kello (Commissioner Social Care, London Borough of Newham) & Helen Seraphin (Workplace Assistant Manager, Workplace)

 

Thank you to our speakers and workshop leaders!

 

If you have any questions, please get in touch:

info@preparingforadulthood.org.uk / 01225 789 135

 

 

Tags: Employment, Supported Employment, Supported Internships

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