A One Day Workshop – The Studio, Manchester, 6th March 2013 – Broadway House, London, 19th March 2013
Engaging effectively with employers is a critical element of most employment and skills programmes. Whether it be targeting job outcomes for the unemployed, or generating apprenticeship vacancies, the commitment and participation of employers is essential. But in a tough economy, and with increasing competition, creating and maintaining effective employer relationships can be a challenge.
This new workshop from Carley Consult, aims to help demystify this challenge, sharing hints, techniques and best practice for building performance orientated employer relationships. The workshop content has been informed and shaped through Carley Consult’s history of working with a diverse base of employment, skills, and FE providers. The workshop itself is delivered by Jim Carley FIEP, Managing Director of Carley Consult, who has 15 years of sector experience.
Workshop Themes: The workshop involves a combination of practical and participative exercises, alongside group discussion and lively presentations.
Workshop themes include: – Establishing employer relationship goals – Positioning employer engagement in a performance context – Defining and targeting employer decision makers – Utilising different engagement methodologies – Using the Internet and Social Media to engage employers – Aligning different provisions and working collaboratively with other providers – Contextualising your offer through a demand-led approach – Effective Account Management and CRM systems – A full draft programme is available here
Who Should Attend? The workshop is aimed at anybody with a direct or indirect role in engaging and working with employers within the delivery of employability and skills programmes. This may include Employer Engagement Officers, Recruiters, in-Work Support / Aftercare Consultants, Assessors, Centre / Branch Managers, and Owner / Managers. The workshop complements the learning themes of the Diploma in Employment Related Services (ERS) and is suitable for practitioners undertaking this qualification.
How to Book The workshop is competitively priced at just £199.00 plus VAT per delegate. The workshop can also be provided on an in-house basis if you have a group of 8 or more staff whom may benefit from participation. To reserve your place simply download the booking form here and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further details please email Jane Shelley at the address above.