#EmpDay22 | A message from Laura Hayfield, Head of Employment & Skills at Sheffield City Council

Original post can be found here. 

This year’s Employability Day falls as Sheffield is showing recovery from the pandemic – the employment rate has just surpassed the rate from before the pandemic and the unemployment rate has dropped in consecutive quarters.

It is appropriate to use this day to celebrate the employability support professionals across Sheffield who work tirelessly to support people to move closer to and into the labour market and to progress in their jobs.

Sheffield benefits from a wide partnership of organisations who use their collective skills to make a difference to people’s lives through employment; they include a wide range of Voluntary and Community Organisations, Job Centres, training providers, colleges and universities, housing associations and private providers to name but a few.

Laura Hayfield
Laura Hayfield, Head of Employment & Skills at Opportunity Sheffield, Sheffield City Council

Employment is such an important factor for wellbeing, not only in increasing an individual’s income but also improving health, life chances, skills and opportunities, for themselves, their families and the wider community.

There may be more 50% more vacancies than before the pandemic, but in the wake of social and economic disruption brought about by Covid, the barriers to employment seem more prominent than ever for many people.

Locally we have seen an increase in those citing multiple and complex barriers to employment, including mental health, lack of confidence / anxiety, caring responsibilities and a lack of basic skills and/or work experience. Supporting these individuals into sustained employment really is no simple task, even with central government policy support and funding through the Plan for Jobs.

In Sheffield we have long recognised the need for localised responses to employment, centred around community engagement, bespoke delivery and hands-on employer engagement. The legacy of this is an employability sector equipped with vast knowledge, experience, goodwill and capability to make things happen.

We continue to see great partnership work across the city, with our Jobcentre Plus/SCC jobs fairs, the new Youth Hubs and the Teacake Club serving as just a few examples. By drawing on our collective strengths and developing a more complementary offer, we can lay the foundations for a cohesive and overarching employment and skills strategy for the city.

There is plenty still to do and the landscape keeps changing, so this is not time to rest up. But we should reflect today on what we have achieved to date and appreciate the value the employability sector offers to Sheffield.

To this end, we look forward to building on our existing partnerships and strategic alliances, and developing new ones, in 2022 and beyond.

GC Employment launches Working in Health and Social Care guide

To coincide with Employability Day, 17 June, The Growth Company have launched a new Working in Health and Social Care brochure to help people interested in working in this sector. 


Would you like to work in a job role where you have the capacity to change lives for the better?

GC Employment has launched our Working in Health and Social Care brochure. In the Health and Social Care sector, you can work in a fast-paced environment where no two days are the same. Over 1.6 million people are employed within the sector with an additional 500,000 jobs, in over 80 different roles, to become available by 2030.

Our working brochure will cover how to get started, what training and qualifications you’ll need (and how to get them), job progression opportunities, and how to ‘step up’ into a senior role.

Download the brochure here


Employability Day (Friday 17th June) is an opportunity for employment support organisations and employers to celebrate their hard work in supporting people to enter/progress in employment. This blog looks at our Sales Team, and how they’ve been filling vacancies within the team and our partners.

Step into Work

Colin, one of our participants on the Restart Scheme, was booked in by his advisor Rayna to meet EEC’s Amy and Seb at our ‘Step into Work’ Eccles centre, for a face-to-face meeting aiming to support Colin in finding the right job opportunity. After their meeting with Colin, Amy and Seb recognised that he would make a great asset to the GC family within the EEC team. After passing his CV onto HR, Colin was quickly interviewed by Fern and Ronnie who agreed he was the right fit for this role within the team. Colin has been with GC for over month now and has settled in easily, building relationships with colleagues, finding suitable employers, and securing interviews for the caseloads the team supports. If you have customers like Colin who are ready to progress into employment, book them into a meeting with the Step into Work team.

Employer Spotlight

Carlisle Support Services have been working with GC Employment for over 10 years now, supporting hundreds of candidates into sustainable employment opportunities through regular and varied activities hosted at Lee House. Carlisle recruit Revenue Protection, Revenue Enforcement Officers and Security Officers to work across Greater Manchester train stations. The role of their staff is to provide a highly visible presence at locations, supporting strategies aimed at reducing tickles travel by ensuring customers possess valid tickets. Currently, they are recruiting a large volume of roles an are looking for people who have good communication skills and are well presented. Candidates do not need to have any previous experience, as full training will be provided. Click here to find out more about what it’s like to work for Carlisle Support Services.

United for Ukraine

United for Ukraine is a support initiative which aims to help Ukrainian refugees by finding sustainable employment alongside other support, The Tourism & Hospitality Talent hub have been working closely with various employers from the sector to create suitable job opportunities and working environments for the people accessing the service. The Lowry Hotel, an employer GC Employment have worked with for several years, has successfully supported a refugee into employment with the assistance of Margaret Bartnikiewicz and Marianna Vaszilyiv. The Lowry Hotel are an excellent, supportive employer in Salford – they are keen to engage with a diverse range of talent and work hard to retain that talent through support and further training. If you have a customer looking for roles within Hospitality, Leisure and Tourism please speak to your local EEC.

If you’re an employer looking at recruiting for your team, please get in touch with us at employersupport@gcemployment.uk.

#EmpDay22 | Rebuilding lives through employability-focused learning and training

Original post via FE News here. 

In the run up to National Employability Day, Colin Geering, Group Business Development Director for Novus and ERSA Board Member, discusses the impact of employment focussed training on reducing reoffending

Like many organisations Novus and the wider LTE Group will be marking National Employability Day on 17 June 2022.

We do this because helping our learners gain the skills they need to move into rewarding careers is our social purpose. The “E” of LTE Group stands for Employment, the logical progression from the “L” and “T” (Learning and Training).

Colin Geering - NovusThis purpose has also been the heartbeat of my entire career. My first graduate job was helping ex-offenders to secure employment. I have since spent the subsequent decades working across the employability sector. I have delivered large back-to-work programmes; designed and developed new employability services; and have worked in employment and skills policy and commissioning in central and local government. Ultimately it is my conviction that employability underpins everything we want to achieve as Colleges, Training and Welfare to Work providers.

As such, Employability Day is our opportunity to shout about the importance of this underlying goal and the impact we are all having. And this year especially we should all recognise that our work has never been more vital.

When the going gets tough, employability comes into its own

If, like me, you have looked on in dismay as your energy smart meter skyrockets or bemoaned the increasing cost of filling up your car with fuel; I am sure you have also thought about those facing significant disadvantage and poverty. The people choosing between eating and heating. And I am sure you will also have thought about those people who need our services the most to help them achieve their full potential. Whether that be an unemployed lone parent taking a college course or a prison leaver determined to use the skills we have given them to turn their lives around, doing our upmost to make sure our learners and participants find good jobs has never been more important.

Simultaneously Covid-19 and Brexit have changed the labour market, creating new areas of demand pressure and skill shortages. The reduction in EU workers is also forcing firms to consider new talent pools.

Taking these challenges together gives us an opportunity we cannot afford to miss. It is vital that we (learning providers) continue to deliver the vocational skills our employers are crying out for, but we also need to double-down on embedding and championing employability support.

Embedding employability as a golden thread

Encouragingly and sensibly in my view, employability provision, traditionally the preserve of DWP and ESFA contracts is now moving across Government, via the future UK Shared Prosperity Fund as one example. The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) is also making employability central to their future Prison Strategy. Embedding this golden thread of employability at every possible touchpoint with people who, for whatever reason, didn’t engage with education at the first attempt, is something that we welcome wholeheartedly.

On behalf of the MoJ, Novus works with 50+ Prisons/Young Offender Institutions across England and Wales providing support to 60,000 individuals each year. We work in partnership with local and national employers to provide employment upon release for our learners. Recently we piloted integrating CIAG, Education and Employment Support/Brokerage into our Education services across Yorkshire and the Humber Prisons. The results of this are definitely something to shout about, with our learners in the pilot area experiencing around a three times higher rate of moving into work on release. With rates of ex-prisoners in work six-month post release as low as 14% in some areas, this level of increase is significant and – we believe – scalable.

This result is a credit to our frontline staff, the governors who invested in this model (even before the White Paper) and to our employer partners. For our individual learners it is literally life changing and the true impact is one we can all be proud of.

A safer more prosperous society

Reoffending costs the taxpayer £18bn each year on top of the immeasurable impact of trauma which the victims of crime experience. For a former prisoner, getting a job is not only going to save the Exchequer benefit payments, it is also one of the main factors which will help prevent them from reoffending.

So, on this Employability Day I would like us to recognise that the lives we change goes beyond our learners, programme participants and their families. Our work is fundamental to a prosperous, safer and more equitable future for our society. And that is something we can all celebrate.

By Colin Geering, Group Business Development Director for Novus

#Empday22 | Tesco announced as a Visibly Better Employer by RNIB

To mark National Employability Day (Friday 17 June), the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) is delighted to announce that Tesco has been recognised as a Visibly Better Employer.

RNIB’s Visibly Better Employer programme is the charity’s quality standard to enable organisations to become inclusive for people with sight loss. It aims to help employers see an increase in the number of blind and partially sighted people who seek opportunities with them, while retaining existing staff who develop sight loss.

Marie Clarkson, RNIB Visibly Better Employer Project Co-ordinator, said:

“We are delighted to announce that Tesco has been recognised as a Visibly Better Employer. We worked with Tesco to support them in their drive to become a more inclusive employer, looking at areas such as recruitment and increasing organisation-wide staff knowledge about sight loss.

“The employment rate of blind and partially sighted people is unacceptably low, with 11,000 currently looking for work in the UK. There are many misconceptions and poor knowledge preventing employers from seeing blind and partially sighted people as potential employees.

“The Visibly Better Employer scheme aims to show the value that a diverse workforce offers, and that blind and partially sighted people are able to do a variety of different roles in varying industries by promoting real-life experiences.”

Toni McKay, Tesco Head of Diversity & Inclusion, said:

‘We’re thrilled to have been awarded the Visibly Better Employer standard from RNIB. We’re committed to ensuring that everyone’s welcome at Tesco and that we are doing the work needed to make Tesco a truly inclusive workplace for all.  We recognise that people with sight loss face many barriers to success at work, and with the RNIB’s help are excited to change that for our existing and future colleagues.’

RNIB have specialists who can help organisations implement practices which enables them to become an inclusive employer for anyone with sight loss.

Organisations can achieve the Visibly Better Employer quality standard by making accessibility changes suggested by RNIB and prove its commitment to becoming an inclusive employer for blind and partially sighted people. To find out more, please email the RNIB Employment Team at: VisiblyBetterEmployer@rnib.org.uk or visit the webpage using this link www.rnib.org.uk/VisiblyBetterEmployer

If you have sight loss and are looking for work then you can visit our ‘Looking for Work’ pages on the RNIB website where you can find links to a number of Visibly Better Employer’s recruitment pages.. Click or select the following link www.rnib.org.uk/work with a VisiblyBetterEmployer

Further information:

Media enquiries to Gorki Duhra, PR Manager at RNIB on gorki.duhra@rnib.org.uk or call 07968 482812.

About RNIB

We are the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB).

Every six minutes, someone in the UK begins to lose their sight. RNIB is taking a stand against exclusion, inequality and isolation to create a world without barriers where people with sight loss can lead full lives. A different world where society values blind and partially sighted people not for the disabilities they’ve overcome, but for the people they are.

RNIB See differently.

Call the RNIB Helpline on 0303 123 9999 or visit our website using this link www.rnib.org.uk

#EmpDay22 | More like Employability Month for Seetec Pluss!

Seetec Pluss are delighted to be opening their offices across the UK in celebration of National Employability Day and beyond!

Open to all, attendees can expect a warm welcome with an opportunity to meet the teams, partners, employers and find out how together we are supporting thousands of people back into work.

Events range from open days, speed interview days, jobs fairs and health and wellbeing events from Monday 13th June – Thursday 30th June.

Please see individual events pages and daily bulletins to find your nearest event.

For further info: Work, Wellbeing & Employment Services – Seetec Pluss

#NoOneLeftBehind #EmpDay22 #WeFillVacancies

What: Seetec Pluss warmly welcome you to our Salisbury Health and Wellbeing event! Come meet the teams and find out how together we are supporting thousands of people back into work.

When Monday 13th June 1-3pm

Where: Cross Keys House (3rd Floor), 22 Queen Street, Salisbury, SP1 1EY

Info: Work, Wellbeing & Employment Services – Seetec Pluss

What: Seetec Pluss warmly invite you to our Stroud Open Day with Standguide. Come meet the teams, partners, employers and find out how together we are supporting thousands of people back into work.

When Tuesday 14th June 10am-2pm

Where: Standguide Office, Cornhill Chambers, 13-17 Union Street, Stroud, GL5 2HE

Info: Work, Wellbeing & Employment Services – Seetec Pluss

What: Seetec Pluss warmly invite you to our Bournemouth Open Day! Come meet the teams, partners, employers and find out how together we are supporting thousands of people back into work.

When Wednesday 15th June 10am-4pm

Where Regus building, Oxford Point, 19 Oxford Road, Bournemouth, BH8 8GS

Info: Work, Wellbeing & Employment Services – Seetec Pluss

What: Seetec Pluss warmly invite you to our Chester Open Day! Come meet the teams, partners, employers and find out how together we are supporting thousands of people back into work.

When: Wednesday 15th June 10.30am-1.30pm

Where: Seetec Pluss, Suite 7, The Exchange, St John’s Street, CH1 1DA

Info: RSVP: matthew.worthington@seetecpluss.co.uk

What: Looking to recruit? Seetec Pluss invite you to our ‘Speed Interview’ Day taking place in our Ipswich, Norwich, and Lowestoft offices! A chance to interview our participants and support local community in upskilling and building confidence.

When Wednesday 15th June 10.am-1.pm

Where IP-City Centre, Bath Street, Ipswich, IP2 8SD / 91-93 London Road North, Lowestoft, NR32 1LX / Cavell House, Stannard Place, Norwich, NR3 1YE

Info Work, Wellbeing & Employment Services – Seetec Pluss

What Seetec Pluss warmly invite you to our Plymouth Open Day! Come meet the teams, partners and employers in our mini jobs fair and find out how together we are supporting thousands of people back into work.

When Thursday 16th June 10am-3pm + Mini Jobs Fair between 11am-1pm!

Where: Seetec Pluss, Level 5, Old Tree Court, 64 Exeter Street, Plymouth, PL4 0AJ

Info: Work, Wellbeing & Employment Services – Seetec Pluss

What: Seetec Pluss warmly invite you to our Swindon jobs fair! Come meet the teams, partners and employers and find out how together we are supporting thousands of people back into work.

When Thursday 16th June 10am-2pm-

Where Seetec Pluss, Focal Point,27-35 Fleet Street, Swindon, SN1 1RQ

Info: Work, Wellbeing & Employment Services – Seetec Pluss

What: Seetec Pluss warmly invite you to our Southampton open day! Come meet the teams, partners and employers and find out how together we are supporting thousands of people back into work.

When Thursday 16th June 10am-4pm-

Where: Seetec Pluss, G17, Arena Business Centre, Threefield Lane, Southampton, SO14 3LP

Info: Work, Wellbeing & Employment Services – Seetec Pluss

What: Seetec Pluss warmly invite you to our Warrington open day! Come meet the teams, partners and employers and find out how together we are supporting thousands of people back into work.

When Thursday 16th June 10.30am-1.30pm-

Where: Seetec Pluss, Suite 11, Dallam Court Portal Business Centre, Dallam Lane, Warrington, WA2 7LT

Info: RSVP: matthew.worthington@seetecpluss.co.uk

What: Seetec Pluss warmly invite you to our Birkenhead open day! Come meet the teams, partners and employers and find out how together we are supporting thousands of people back into work.

When Friday 17th June 10.30am-1.30pm-

Where: 2 Europa Boulevard, Conway Park, Birkenhead, Wirral, CH41 4PE

Info: Please RSVP: matthew.worthington@seetecpluss.co.uk

What: Seetec Pluss warmly invite you to our Bury St Edmonds Jobs Fair! Come meet the teams, partners and employers and find out how together we are supporting thousands of people back into work.

When Friday 17th June

Where Seetec Pluss, Imperial House, 79-81 Hornby Street, Bury, BL9 5BN

Info: Work, Wellbeing & Employment Services – Seetec Pluss

What: Seetec Pluss warmly invite you to our Kidderminster Open day! Come meet the teams, partners and employers and find out how together we are supporting thousands of people back into work.

When Wednesday 29th June 10am-2pm

Where: Seetec Pluss, Kidderminster Youth House, Bromsgrove Street, Kidderminster, DY10 1PF

Info: Work, Wellbeing & Employment Services – Seetec Pluss

What: Seetec Pluss warmly invite you to our Bromsgrove Open day! Come meet the teams, partners and employers and find out how together we are supporting thousands of people back into work.

When Thursday 30th June 10am-2pm

Where: Seetec Pluss, Isidore Road, Bromsgrove Enterprise Park, Bromsgrove, B60 3ET

Info: Work, Wellbeing & Employment Services – Seetec Pluss

 

See more about what’s going on on Employability Day! 

The Sector comes together this Employability Day

Employability Day is on Friday 17 June 2022 and is a UK wide campaign for the Employment Support Sector! 

Tell ERSA what you’re planning! See below for this year’s toolkit which includes;

  • Briefing and key messages
  • ERSA quotes for media use
  • Social assets and suggested posts
  • Templates for social media, stakeholder invites and press releases
  • Tell ERSA what you’re planning survey for Employability Organisations

What is Employability Day?

The day is an opportunity for employment support organisations and employers to celebrate their hard work supporting people to enter or progress in employment. It allows them to shout about their success and drive understanding across key stakeholders at local, regional and national level.

Any organisation that supports people to enter or progress in work can get involved in Employability Day, including charities, businesses, employers, social enterprises, local authorities, housing associations and community groups.



“Employability Day 2022 is a great opportunity to raise awareness about the great work of the employment support sector. Organisations should use the day to demonstrate their own successes and the success of the wider sector.
Despite record levels of employment and vacancies, the number of economically inactive people, particularly older workers are growing. This Employability Day, we are championing the work of employment support providers, who are very well placed to help fill these vacancies and tackle the current participation crisis.
Whether it is through national government contracts or more local, European-funded projects, organisations have supported people, often the most vulnerable, into jobs. Every single vacancy that our sector fills helps to transform the lives of individuals and their communities. This Employability Day, we need to celebrate these achievements with each other and the wider public.” Elizabeth Taylor, CEO, ERSA


Five reasons to take part in Employability Day on 17 June!

  1. Celebrate your achievements – its a great hook to shout about your success over the last year.
  2. Celebrate your staff – its an opportunity to reward the efforts of your staff who work tirelessly to transform people’s lives.
  3. Drive understanding – its the perfect occasion to show key stakeholders and local press the impact of employment support at the frontline.
  4. Raise public awareness– join hundreds of organisations across the country in raising the profile of the employment support sector.
  5. Have some fun – throw a tea party, lay on some cake, crack out the bubbly. This is a celebration

This Year’s Theme: #WeFillVacancies 

  • This year’s Employability Day theme is We Fill Vacancies.
  • This is perfect timing, due to the current state of the Labour Market and just before the UKSPF Investment Plan submission window opens.

Key Messaging – use these to underpin your communications on the day. 
Big Picture – Raise awareness and spread understanding about the employment support sector 

  • The employment support sector moves people towards or into employment. By this we mean services that include, CV writing, skills training, work placements, health and wellbeing services, housing support, advice and guidance, money advice and more. This is an opportunity for you to articulate what your organisation, and the wider employment support sector, does on a day to day basis.

Local Picture  

  • The employment support sector has a big impact on your local community. How many jobseekers have you helped into work? Have the unemployment levels in your community fallen? How many businesses in the area have you worked with over the last 5 years?
  • Mention DWP schemes: Restart, JETS, Kickstart, WHP, IPES + more

Personal Picture 

  • The employment support sector has an impact on people’s lives. We are all working to support people into work, and hopefully to a better future, for them, their families, loved ones and communities. Highlight the stories that show the impact of the sector on an individual or family level – both in any comms and during visits.
  • Use real case studies – personal stories have a big impact

How Can You Celebrate #EmpDay22? 

  • Host a visit – MPs, councillors, employers, local JCP staff
  • Hold an event – Jobs fair, open days, online webinar, podcast
  • Release a report – celebrate your organisations successes over the past year
  • Use social media!
  • Write a blog for the ERSA website
  • Speak to press – raise awareness about your own organisation and the wider sector
  • Engagement Activities – how does your organisation ‘activate the economically inactive’?
  • Liaise with your local DWP Youth Hub

Employability Day Toolkit

Employability Day Toolkit (Sharepoint)
This is where we’ll include all the latest briefings, key messages and social media assets. Use this folder to share content, flyers, links or events – alternatively email the team directly via empday@ersa.org.uk.

Tell ERSA what you’re planning! 

Complete the Employability Day survey for help with promotion, stakeholder connections and employability mapping!

Start the survey now

The ERSA Team 
empday@ersa.org.uk

Why we’re right to put feeling good at the heart of employability day

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Executive director for Seetec employability for Chris Harrison explains that as economic storm clouds intensify, it’s more important than ever to celebrate positivity in employability

This year has become the UK labour market’s annus horribilis. The claimant count for unemployment benefits is rising faster than at any point since they were introduced. There was a record 58 per cent fall in job vacancies over the past three months and there are now 8.5 people chasing every vacancy. That rises to 20-50 in poorer areas, including already marginalised coastal, inner city and ex-industrial communities. This wave of unemployment has hit those at the periphery of the labour market, in addition to those we already support through our delivery of mainstream employability programmes.  Young people aged 18-24 looking for their first job, ex-offenders determined to turn away from crime and people with disabilities who continue to endure complex societal barriers to employment.

In this context, it might seem odd to put ‘feeling good’ at the heart of the way Seetec Pluss and Pluss CIC are marking employability day, which is what we have done with our tie-up with Chaos TV today involving people who use our service, our dedicated employability teams and senior officials from the Department of Work and Pensions.

But it is now more important than ever to stay focused on helping the people we support to stay positive. It’s only through nurturing people’s health and wellbeing that we can help people go on to achieve at work. That’s why the range of specialist services we provide, including the social prescribing services we deliver with hundreds of local community organisations at community hubs, where our wellbeing activities offer people the chance to connect with others, lead happier, healthier lives, is so critical at this time.

This is shown to work. By collaborating with employers, the NHS and family doctors, our retention services helped 84 per cent of people identified at highest risk of falling out of work to stay in their jobs and excel. This is true for care leavers, young people not in education, employment or training and people who have grown up in families facing domestic abuse, poverty, multi-generational unemployment, addiction and debt. Specialist employability teams are highly adept at delivering personalised services because many of those we work with face the most complex societal barriers imaginable. A pathway to work starts with positivity, resilience and helping people to value and unlock their own potential. 

About Seetec

Seetec is a leading provider of training, skills and rehabilitation services to businesses and government in the UK and Ireland. It is the 9th largest employee-owned company in the UK and the largest employee owned business in the sectors within which it operates.  

The business helps thousands of people every year to take ownership over their future by helping them into work, develop new skills or make more positive choices. Originally founded in 1984, the company has grown by focusing on creating sustainable and lasting change for the people it supports.

The company is Ofsted Grade 2, B-Corp certified and accredited with the gold award for the Investors in People and Health & Wellbeing standard. For more information, visit www.seetec.co.uk

PR& Media Manager Nancy.rogers@seetec.co.uk  call 07779 251 711    

100 Women Speak out about Lockdown for Employability Day 2020

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100 Women Speak

The GRoW Lockdown Survey

26 June 2020 Employability Day 2020

#EmpDay20 #100womenspeak

@BelinaGRoW and @BelinaLiz on Twitter @grow_belina on Insta

GetReadyforWorkGRoW on Facebook www.getreadyforwork.org

We asked 100 Women on the GRoW programme what Lockdown had meant for them and how it will affect their return to work.

All are long term unemployed mothers, looking to go back to work

  • Half said that lockdown had actually improved their confidence.
    Only 22 said they had lost confidence
  • 46 said They were more likely to work because of Lockdown
    Only 26 said they were less likely to work
  • A quarter now wanted to work from home
    A third had Improved their I.T. SKILLS during Lockdown
  • 34 had decided to embark on a new career
  • 46 said lockdown was a positive experience for them and their Families,
    whilst 18 said it was very difficult.
  • Childcare is still seen as the biggest barrier to work
    but 61 felt it was still too early to open schools

Liz Sewell, Director of the GRoW Programme said at the launch Coffee Morning Zoom:

This survey shows that Lockdown has been a turning point for many women, and that they want to look at how they can get back to work and have more flexible ways of working. Many want to start training now. GRoW has established an online community and the lockdown online training programme to help them move forward

Notes

Award Nomination The GRoW Team has been Nominated by G4S for the 2020 Team of the Year at the national employability awards organised by ERSA.