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The challenges and opportunities of recruiting End Point Assessors and Dual Professionalism, Beth Curtis, Protocol

Beth Curtis, Head of Business Development and Strategy at Protocol discusses recruiting End Point Assessors and Dual Professionalism at EPA Live.

Leading education, skills and public sector recruitment agency appoints two new Non-Executive Directors

Protocol, a leading full-service recruitment agency in the education, skills, training and public sectors has announced the appointment of two new Non-Executive Directors to its Board. 

Recruitment agencies work to tackle construction and engineering skills shortage in #STEM education

Protocol and Teaching Force, two leading education and training recruitment agencies based in Nottingham are hosting another of their popular education recruitment events at their head offices in The Point in West Bridgford Nottingham on the 14th August from 10am - 4pm.

Understanding the differences between an Assessor and an End Point Assessor

As the Government moves from Apprenticeship Frameworks to Apprenticeship Standards by 2020, Joanna Jagiello, Head of Marketing & Engagement at Protocol and Sam Taylor, Head of The Assessors Guild give some useful advice about how to prepare for these changes:

Protocol granted Bronze Award from the Defence Employer Recognition Scheme

Protocol, a leading education, training, skills and public sector recruitment business have recently been granted the Bronze Award from the Defence Employer Recognition Scheme (ERS) ran by the Ministry of Defence.  

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