Are you currently out of work and looking for new opportunities? If you are unsure where to start, make sure you watch our webinar below on how to get back into work during these difficult times. Listen to our employment experts explain the different government funded routes back into work, and where/how to find them.
This webinar was hosted by Angus Mylne, a member of the Keep Britain Working team.
The panelists were:
Julie Abbott – Julie is a Senior National Account Manager for the Department for Work and Pensions.
Elizabeth Taylor – Elizabeth is the Chief Executive of the Employment Related Services Association. An award winning strategic leader, Elizabeth’s history is rooted in the employment sector, specifically employment support.
Helen Easter – Helen works at Reed in Partnership as a Senior Operations Manager for the WHP JETS programme. To find out more about the WHP JETS programme, please visit the WHP JETS website. Please note that this website is for employers looking to recruit from a pool of available jobseekers. If you are a jobseeker, you can sign up to this programme through a referral from your local Job Centre.
Ashley Wells – Ashley is an Operations Manager with Reed in Partnership, that leads the Better Working Futures programme. To find out more about the Better Working Futures programme, please visit the Better Working Futures website. You can sign up to this programme through a referral from your local Job Centre.
Aldo Collu – Aldo is a Senior Operations Manager at Reed in Partnership, with particular knowledge of the Work Routes programme. To find out more about the Work Routes programme and to sign up, please visit the Work Routes website.
To find out more about ERSA, visit their homepage here.
To find out more about DWP provisions, visit here.
To find out more about Reed in Partnership, and how they can help you back into work, please visit their website here.