Jobs & Careers Webinar | Early careers employer roundtable

17 Aug 2022 2:30 PM 1 hour 30 minutes

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This is a FREE WEBINAR on Jobs & Careers

Schedule : Aug 17th 2022 Time: 2:30 pm IST

Is this a LIVE WEBINAR : yes, this will be a live webinar

Is this an ONLINE WEBINAR : yes, you can attend this webinar online by clicking on the Button "Go To Event"

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The facilitators

Christos Orthodoxou: The session will be led by Christos Orthodoxou, Director of Innovation at TheTalentPeople and Founder of Class Careers. Christos has previously written as a guest writer on apprenticeships for The Recruiting Times and presented at conferences including ISE Annual Recruitment Conference, National Career Guidance Show, ISE School Leaver Conference and BFI Apprenticeships Conference.

David Allison: David is the Co-Founder and CEO of GetMyFirstJob Limited. David has served as a Trustee / NED of NCFE, one of the UK’s leading awarding organisations, and was designated a National Leader of Governance in 2014 following his work with schools. He is passionate about improving access to opportunities for young people and helping business access the next generation of talent.

Who the event is for?

The session is recommended for all those involved in early careers from employers such as:

• Heads of Early Careers

• Early Careers Managers

• Heads of Apprenticeships

• Heads of Diversity and Inclusion

• Diversity and Inclusion Managers

"I found it very refreshing to be able to share/listen and most importantly take away nuggets of great practice from other areas of business. Additionally, it was good to hear that as a public sector organisation, other areas of private sector were having the same issues/concerns regarding candidate on boarding/virtual remedies and practices."

Sophie Sterling, MET Police

“The employer roundtables are a great way for likeminded organisations to share best practice, experience and ideas with the aim of creating meaningful schools outreach, employability and early careers programmes. I really enjoy the discussions and have made some brilliant connections across the group”.

Jade Pearson, Severn Trent