#EmpDay21 - TIME TO DO WHAT THE EMPLOYABILITY INDUSTRY DOES BEST: RECRUIT
Employability Day, 30 April 2021, is the UK’s largest celebration for organisations supporting often disadvantaged people to gain, sustain and progress in work.
@ERSA_news calls on @RishiSunak for a year’s extension to safeguard the intended hundreds of thousands of new jobs for young people
Members of the Employment Related Services Association (ERSA) add weight to the call for an extension to the Kickstart job creation programme.
@ersa_news - New funding enables bursaries for small, community based youth enterprises to join the Employment Related Services Association (ERSA)
18 small youth organisations set to benefit
Applications encouraged from organisations lead by, and delivering services to, the BAME population
ERSA, the national membership body for the employment support sector, has been awarded a grant by the Youth Futures Foundation to significantly increase its work to tackle youth unemployment. The funding is in part being offered as a bursary fund for 18 small youth sector organisations to join ERSA and benefit from the resources and collaboration opportunities of the 200-plus-member trade body.
Today marks the official opening of the eighth annual @ersa_news Employability Awards. Entries are now open to individuals and organisations supporting jobseekers to gain, sustain and progress in work.
The AELP/ERSA report ‘Prisoner Apprenticeship Pathway’, has called for a cross-government approach to enable more prisoners to take up apprenticeship opportunities while still in prison, improving their chances of finding sustainable employment on their release.
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