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IEP Norwich Networking - 18 June 2013

The first East of England networking meeting of the Institute of Employability Professionals (IEP) is taking place on Tuesday 18 June 2013, 4:30 to 6:30 pm at Broadland Housing, The Elms, Unthank Road, Norwich, NR2 2PL.

The event is being supported and hosted by Broadland Meridian and is free to attend.  Light refreshments will be available.

While there are now over 2,000 IEP members nationwide, the membership in the East of England is still low. The aim of this event in Norwich is to bring together like-minded employability sector colleagues to share ideas and good practice, and raise the profile of the IEP, thereby engaging more people in the professionalisation agenda. This includes professionals working in schools, colleges, mainstream employment programmes, health, housing, offender support service, and local authorities to name a few.

We have confirmed attendance from Tom Adams, area manager of the Norwich for Jobs project, who will provide an update on behalf of Chloe Smith MP about progress and how local employability professionals can contribute to the success of this project.  Mike Surridge from Jobcentre Plus will also be in attendance to speak about Universal Credit and how employability professionals can help JCP support the transition for their customers.  The IEP team will be on hand to answer any questions about the Institute for members and non-members alike.

Delegates are encouraged to bring literature or information about their organisation to display on our showcase resource table, and everyone will be encouraged to introduce themselves to maximize the networking opportunities available.  

If you work within the employability sector in the East of England, please do attend to help us create a dynamic and varied network of professionals in the East.  Please email events@iemployability.org to register your place for the event.  

Note there is no parking at the venue as this is a residential area, but the venue is only a short walk from Chapelfield car park. 

 

The IEP was set up in July 2012 to bring a programme of professionalisation to the employability related services sector.  The professionalisation programme includes introducing new employment related qualifications; developing a code of conduct; promoting continuous professional development; and raising standards across the sector.  You can find out more about the Institute of Employability Professionals at: www.iemployability.org 

7 June 2013 


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