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Introducing the new Employability Practitioner Standard - EP Issue 156 - Ask the Expert, Employability People, Best Practice and more
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Introducing the new Employability Practitioner Standard


Unemployment is at an all time low, and although the looming spectre of Brexit is at the forefront of all our minds, the job market continues to offer increased opportunities for jobseekers. But is this an accurate picture for everyone?

To help level the playing field MAXIMUS Training are delighted to launch our new Employability Practitioner standard for levy paying organisations in England. As part of the original trailblazer group we are proud to be delivering a standard that has been designed to help develop the skills, knowledge and behaviours of those helping people to address and overcome obstacles to secure suitable and sustainable employment.

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Higher Apprenticeship Career Development Professional - Approved

At last it is official; the Higher Apprenticeship Standard and End Point Assessment for Career Development Professionals has been approved and signed off by the Institute for Apprenticeships. This means that after many months of hard work, negotiation and drafting, employers, training providers and universities can now design a higher apprenticeship programme for the training of career development professionals, a title which includes careers advisers working with young people and adults and careers leaders working in schools and colleges.

“This announcement has come at just the right time”, says Laura Bell President of the Career Development Institute, which is the UK-wide professional body for the careers sector. “There is a growing skills shortage of qualified careers advisers in youth and adult guidance, the impact of which is being acutely felt in some areas of England.”

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Fellows Feature

Dr Kylie Henderson is Founder & Managing Director of Back2Work Health Specialists Group. A clinical psychologist with over 20 years experience in the employment services industry, Kylie has worked for large, national employment services providers overseeing their health and employment programs in roles including General Manager and National Senior Psychologist.

Here's an article from Dr Kylie that looks at how post-placement counselling can keep newly employed job seekers in work.  Read here
Seetec and Hermes partnership tackles driver shortages

Employment and skills specialist Seetec has launched a new partnership with leading consumer delivery company Hermes UK to help address the UK driver shortage.

The “Road to Logistics” initiative will allow unemployed and young workers to gain valuable skills and the opportunity of full-time employment in the logistics sector, while ensuring Hermes develops its own talent pipeline.

Funded through the company’s Apprenticeship Levy, the scheme will see Hermes recruiting LGV Apprentices who currently have no driving experience, supporting them to achieve their Cat C and Cat C&E Licence.

The scheme is open to applicants of any age over 18, with the Level 2 apprenticeship taking 14 months. Successful participants will then be offered roles as employed Hub Drivers within Hermes’ hubs at Warrington and Rugby.

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BOOK NOW FOR THE NETWORKING DINNER CARDIFF
4 June 2019  |  Casanova, 13 Quay St, Cardiff
7.00pm-10.00pm


The IEP are delighted to host our second Networking Dinner in Wales, kindly sponosred by Itec Skills and Employment.

The IEP Networking dinner presents an ideal opportunity for open discussion around the challenges facing communities and individuals in Wales and to debate possible solutions.
 
Taking place in Casanova, Cardiff, the Networking Dinner is supported by excellent food and promises to be an informative, informal and enjoyable event, hosted by Patrick Hughes FIEP.
 
Book your ticket here
 
SAVE THE DATE!

The IEP Summit is coming 5th March 2020

Seminars
Debates
Networking

and much much more for industry and sector leaders
Disability Awareness Resources from Remploy


For all disabilities and health conditions, putting in place often very simple adjustments can make a huge difference.

Remploy, the UK’s leading disability specialist has published a range of disability-related resources to help employers and practitioners understand more and become more Disability Confident.
 
In this week’s issue we are focusing on Attention Differences.
 
View the Attention Differences Factsheet here

Upload your cv, search jobs and view this week's vacancies on our jobs board here
Employability Tutor - Lincolnshire
Employability and Placements Administrator - Leeds
Placements and Employability Officer - Liverpool
Employability Tutor - Birmingham
Interested in advertising jobs? find out more here

IEP Individual Membership
Tell us what you think

The IEP is the professional membership institute for the employability sector. When you become a Member you join a network of people committed to best practice and gain opportunities to learn and share ideas with fellow employability professionals. As well as helping you with your current job it will help you build your career.

When you join the IEP, you benefit from a wide range of services specifically designed to keep you informed, enhance your skills and knowledge and involve you in helping to develop the future of the employability sector.  There are many challenges in store for the profession which means there has never been a better time to become a Member. 

We have added more and more benefits to our Individual Membership Programme over the last year, as a result, it is becoming increasingly more valued by employers and recruiters.  We want to make sure that these benefits properly reflect frontline employees’ needs and so we have created a survey so you can tell us what you think, it is as simple as that and will take no more than a few minutes to complete. Remember it is your Institute!

Please help us to develop our Individual Membership Programme – take the survey here

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