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Open Survey: The Employability Sector Salary and Benefits Survey 2021

Deadline extended until Friday 25 June! Read more

Employment is a key route to greater independence for people with learning disabilities

This week (14-20 June) is Learning Disability Week which aims to raise awareness of the challenges people with a learning disability face, especially during the past year when Covid-19 lockdowns have increased the likelihood of social isolation. It is an important opportunity to engage in a wider… Read more

Transition to employment toolkit: Free for autistic young people, careers professionals and employers

ERSA members Ambitious about Autism have launched a new employment toolkit to support autistic young people into the job market. Read more

Open Survey: Improving access to good work for young people

There is still time to complete the Young People Quality of Work Survey.

The deadline for completing the survey has been extended to June 30th , to allow as many young people as possible to have their say.

We are expecting the voices of over one thousand young people… Read more

Have you met ‘The Covid Employability Challenge’ in 2021?

The sector awards open for entries on Friday 18 June. Read more

London Careers Hubs £6.9m ESF/CEC Funding Opportunity

The GLA has launched a call for bidders for four London Careers Hubs Projects, one in each of London’s sub-regional partnership areas. They will build on the work of the London Enterprise Adviser Network (LEAN) in that area, supporting London schools and colleges to improve their careers provision… Read more

The sector speaks: Kickstart is working and should be extended

The government’s Kickstart youth employability scheme, now nine months into operation, is delivering otherwise unobtainable work opportunities to young people, according to employment sector leaders. Read more

Cash boost for T Levels

Employers eligible for £1000 cash boost for every T Level student placement in bid to help employers recover from pandemic Read more