INTOWORK CONVENTION 2015 - BOOK NOW

IntoWork Convention 2015

14th July 2015 - 15th July 2015

The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London

Early bird rate available NOW until 08/05/15 

Expression of Interest OPEN until 01/05/15

Ixion NOMS CFO Round 3 Job Vacancies

Provider: 
Ixion Holdings Ltd.
Region: 
South East
Region: 
West Midlands
Closing date: 
21/04/2015

Following significant contract wins; Ixion is delighted to be able to request applications for the following opportunities within our newly established Justice Division, and within our key custodial delivery partner Pact. Working on contracts across the West Midlands and South East of England you will be contributing to the delivery of a key European Social Funded ‘social inclusion’ contract under round 3 of NOMS ESF Co-financing organisation’s national programme.

The key positions that we are looking to secure are likely to include:

Ixion Call for Partners

Provider: 
Ixion Holdings Ltd.
Region: 
London
Region: 
South East
Region: 
East of England
Region: 
East Midlands
Region: 
West Midlands
Region: 
North East
Region: 
Yorkshire and the Humber
Closing date: 
10/04/2015

Ixion Call for Partners

Ixion wishes to engage with partners to secure opportunities in the areas of Employability, Enterprise and Skills across the following areas:

Supply Chain Call & Recruitment Call

Provider: 
Catch 22
Region: 
London
Region: 
South East
Region: 
South West
Region: 
East of England
Region: 
West Midlands
Region: 
North East
Region: 
North West
Region: 
Yorkshire and the Humber
Region: 
West of England
Region: 
Midlands
Closing date: 
03/04/2015

Supply Chain Call

Catch22 are looking for Apprenticeship and training providers to become our supply chain partners across various LEP areas. We are seeking supply chain partners for upcoming London LEP opportunities - particularly the European Social Fund 2014-2020 programme which is expected to go live in late summer 2015.

ERSA State of the Sector Survey and Employability Awards 2015

ERSA is currently running two projects that are open to the wider sector outside of ERSA members, that we thought may be of interest.

  • The ERSA State of the Sector Survey
  • The ERSA Employability Awards 2015

Advertising with Indus Delta

Region: 
Nationwide
Closing date: 
29/05/2015

Wish to advertise your jobs, stories and events on our Indus Delta? It is Simple just fill in the booking form attached and send it to us; your advert will be uploaded within 24hours.

Prices for advertising:

Standard The basic listing gets your ad on our jobs board for one week with your logo displayed free of charge.

£30+ VAT per weeK

EVENTS AND SEMINARS

Inclusion delivers an essential programme of must-attend industry events throughout the year. Our conventions and seminars are all CPD accredited. We also offer a full event management service, producing events on behalf of the voluntary, public and private sectors. Let our talented team run your show from conception to completion. 

Devolution of welfare-to-work could improve the co-ordination, effectiveness and coverage of local service delivery systems

recent report published by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) draws on evidence from Canada, the USA, the Netherlands and Germany which shows that welfare-to-work devolution can be a catalyst for integrating and improving local employment and training services.

Reasons to be cheerful about next 5 years, say training leaders

Employment and skills issues are at the top of the political agenda as we move towards the next general election.  Developing skills and improving productivity are at the core of sustainable growth.  Training providers can be at the centre of that debate and be the key driver to grow the programmes which will deliver improved skills for individuals and employers. 

A million unemployed people receiving no government help into work, councils warn

More than a million unemployed people are falling through cracks in national work schemes that are failing to reach some of the most vulnerable jobseekers, councils have warned. Latest employment figures released in December show that the number of unemployed people not claiming Jobseeker's Allowance has passed one million for the first time.

This means many of the hardest-to-reach jobseekers, such as young people or those with complex needs, are not receiving any government help into work. The challenge is growing rapidly, with a 28 per cent increase in the proportion of unemployed people not claiming benefits in the last 18 months.

New evidence connects the rise in food bank usage to benefit sanctions and welfare reform

A new cross-party report exploring the causes of food poverty in the UK has found that coalition welfare changes, ‘heavy handed’ benefit sanctions and benefit delays are amongst the complex factors which have led to the rise in food bank usage over the last three years.

Legal action taken to challenge changes to Access to Work scheme

Human rights lawyers have sent a pre-action letter challenging the DWP to publish information detailing the eligibility criteria for its Access to Work scheme. The law firm Leigh Day describes the lack of available information surrounding the scheme as ‘inconsistent, unlawful and opaque’, reports Welfare Weekly.

Press Release: Disabled Living Foundation and Shaw Trust partnership agreed

The Disabled Living Foundation (DLF), a national charity providing impartial advice, information and training on independent living for over 40 years, has joined forces with Shaw Trust. The charities will merge at the end of November and DLF will retain its name, identity and staff.

DWP consultation seeking views on allowing sharing of Universal Credit information with social landlords to enable them to support tenants

The DWP consultation asking for views on whether Universal Credit information should be shared with social landlords, to enable them to help tenants, closes on 19th October 2014, 11:45pm

From the DWP release

Three quarters of English local authorities will have to scale-back or scrap support for vulnerable people

The Local Government Association (LGA) has published details of a survey showing that up to three quarters of English local authorities will have to either significantly scale back crisis support for vulnerable people or scrap their provision entirely, if Government goes ahead with its plans to remove funding for Local Welfare Schemes.


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