New ERSA Forum in 2020, Sponsored by Aptem Employ

Chaired by Associate Professor Jo Ingold and Tony Carr, 4 Front Partners, Free for employability professionals and techies!

This forum will explore digital solutions to help support the nations learners and jobseekers

Tuesday 8 December, 11am - 12.30pm 
Free for employability professionals and techies! 

Register here for joining link (ms teams)

Using Behavioural Science to support jobseekers in a pandemic
Dr. Darren Coppin, Founder & Head of Research, Esher House

Dr. Coppin is a behavioural scientist who has worked with employment services in the UK, Australia, Denmark and USA. His PhD addressed “behavioural change in the unemployed” with the findings directly informing Cloud-based employment service models that have been implemented with over 150,000 Australia job seekers, students and apprentices. The assessment of work readiness and resilience/strengths-based support model is likely to be adopted within Australian government policy from 2022. His consultancy, Esher House, was acquired by private equity in 2017, merged with education/employment SaaS provider ReadyTech and floated on the Australian stock market in 2019.

He has been asked to speak on job seeker engagement, disruptive technologies, behavioural science and resilience at conferences for the Behavioural Insights Team (London), Indonesian Government (Bali), Positive Psychology World Congress (Montreal), EduTech (Sydney) and all Australian employment services peak bodies. 

Other agenda items and information about this forum can be found at https://ersa.org.uk/digital

Call for case studies

'Using technology solutions to improve outcomes for learners and jobseekers'

If you work with or know of an innovative digital solution that has been proven to work for learners or jobseekers, the ERSA team want to hear from you. We'll host all suitable case studies on the website and will invite the best ones to present at future forums giving you a platform to speak to influencers, commissioners and decision makers in the employability sector.  Email the team at [email protected] with your future agenda items and case studies.