Newsletter and bids 16 2019
This week more news and views and bids, grants and funds in conjunction with our sponsors Net Security Training Ltd. You can contact Richard at email@example.com and www.net-security-training.co.uk. We are going out to over 3,000 people and Organisations every week and today have 42 Pages.
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Well a Very Happy Easter to you all!
Thousands of nursing apprentices who have less than a year before they finish their training can breathe a sigh of relief as an organisation has finally been found to assess them.
However, there is likely to be concern over whether enough assessors will be recruited to meet demand seeing as there will be close to 4,500 of the apprentices taking their final exams throughout 2020 alone.
NOCN, an end-point assessment organisation (EPAO) approved to assess the second most standards in the country, was given the green light to assess level 5 nursing associate apprentices yesterday.
Ok London HSC Dom care company looking for a Registered Manager CV to Steve@eevt.org
BESTIN – HRD – in UAE Hiring Now: Sr. Business Development Specialist – CONSTRUCTION industry Incumbent Requirements: Business Change Management Business Commercial Metrics Business Contracts Management Business Development Tactics Business Finance portfolio Management Business Client & Networking Relations Business Intelligence proficiency Business Mergers & Acquisition Management Business Project Management Business Risk Management Business Strategic Planning Management Business Transformation Management Business Tendering Process Management International Business Marketing & Sales management Extensive GCC network Experience: Minimum 20 + in Construction Industry Minimum 15 Yrs in UAE Age: 40 to 55 Years Education: Masters in Construction Field + Masters in Business Management Preferred: Any Nationality UAE Driving License Multiple Languages (preferably Arabic too) Job Offer: Head – Marketing & Business Development in Construction Salary – 125000 $ / A + Perks Interested Candidates may kindly forward profile to firstname.lastname@example.org , Whatsapp: +971561437335 hashtag#business hashtag#marketing hashtag#management hashtag#head hashtag#networking hashtag#construction
The Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education has once again awarded its long-term external quality assurance (EQA) contract to Open Awards.
The decision sees a continuation of service from the awarding body who has been delivering quality assurance for apprenticeships assessment on behalf of the institute since 2017.
Its previous long-term contract came to an end in March 2019 but as FE Week reported earlier this month, Open Awards had agreed to extend this work until June while the institute’s “competitive” procurement was finalised.
I have three clients looking for small but active companies looking to sell must have ROTO and ROATP and some activity.
Trainer Wanted! We’re looking for a qualified NRSWA Streetworks trainer in Hartlepool. If you have the qualifications and experience then give Donna a call on 01429 224433, alternatively send your CV to email@example.com
Employment support for carers in London. Working for Carers is a London-wide project that supports unpaid carers, aged 25 or over, to move closer to employment. The project is led by Carers Trust and delivered by its network of 24 partners across London. Working for Carers is funded by the European Social Fund and The National Lottery Community Fund.
What is Working for Carers?
Working for Carers aims to:
- Support carers to pursue their employment goals through confidence building and skills development.
- Offer a flexible service that considers individual needs and ambitions.
- Engage with local businesses and organisations to create employment, training and volunteering opportunities for carers.
- Highlight the benefits of employing carers, adopting carer friendly policies, and understanding the needs of carers in the workplace.
What does Working for Carers offer carers?
Carers can access free support, designed to meet their individual needs and delivered in their local area. This may include:
- One-to-one support and advice with a dedicated Employment Personal Advisor.
- Group activities and training workshops.
- Support with writing CVs and interview techniques.
- Help with job searching.
- Access to employment, volunteering and training opportunities.
Who can accesss Working for Carers support?
To be eligible for support you will need to be:
- An unpaid carer or former carer.
- Aged 25 and over.
- Living in London.
- Not in any paid work
For carers in Barnet, Brent, Ealing, Enfield, Hammersmith & Fulham, Haringey, Harrow, Hillingdon or Hounslow:
Tel: 020 8868 5224, Ext 218 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Find out more online if you live in one of these boroughs
For carers in Barking and Dagenham, Greenwich, Hackney, Havering, Newham, Redbridge, Tower Hamlets or Waltham Forest:
Tel: 020 8514 6251 Email: email@example.com Find out more online if you live in one of these boroughs
For carers in Camden, Kensington and Chelsea, Kingston, Merton, Richmond, Sutton, Wandsworth or Westminster:
Tel: 020 7428 8950 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Find out more online if you live in one of these boroughs
For carers in Bexley, Bromley, Croydon, City, Islington, Lambeth, Lewisham or Southwark:
Tel: 020 8699 8686 Email: email@example.com Find out more online if you live in one of these boroughs
Midlands based we are looking for a part time quality manager, for a Wolverhampton based training company. The candidate must have Ofsted experience and ideally that of a nominee. The candidate will ensure the quality of delivery, and assessment, understand the SAR process and is an experience trainer. Salary package is competitive. Please, send your detail including a cv and statement of you suitability for the role via Steve Lawrence at Steve@eevt.org
The Greater London Authority is planning to provide free English for speakers of other languages (ESOL) courses up to the level required for British citizenship.
As part of a new consultation on its Skills for Londoners Framework, which was launched today and outlines how the GLA intends to spend its adult education budget (AEB) from 2020/21, there is a proposal to fully-fund ESOL provision up to entry level 3 from that year.
The GLA is due to take control of London’s £306 million adult education budget from the Education and Skills Funding Agency on August 1, 2019. In that year, London’s Mayor will conduct a review into the quality and delivery of ESOL provision in the capital before offering the free courses. https://feweek.co.uk/2019/04/15/plans-revealed-for-londoners-to-receive-free-esol-courses-up-to-level-3-from-next-year/
No Sam’s Wall or Jaimie’s Jobs this week
All from me Steve and from all the team have a great week and keep training
Non-Executive Director at Five Companies and MD of EEVT Ltd East Essex Vocational Training Limited WWW.eevt.org