Newsletter & Bids 46 2016

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Dear Members

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EEVT Ltd (EEVT) working in conjunction with SLIC training welcomes you to this week’s news round up. We have some 10 new members this week and now go out to some 3,866 members.

 

I have just returned from the Asian Apprenticeship Awards which took place at the Holiday Inn Hotel in Birmingham. The Asian Apprentice of the Year went to Sanna Shamir from Atkins Global, one of the world’s most respected design, engineering and project management consultancies.

As the Chairperson on the Judging panel a big thank you to all the Judges who were on the Judging Panel the Endorsements from Justin Greening MP, Dr Neil Bentley of Worldskills UK, Shabana Mahmood MP, Alok Sharma MP Minister for Asia and the Pacific, Lord Digby Jones, James Cann , and Sreeram Coo of ANZ Bank, also a big thank you to Suzi Mann and Guz Khan, Eternal Taal who set the night off to a great start and kept us all entertained with Patrick Monahan and Phillip Taylor.

 

Jobs, Jobs and More Jobs

Operations Director Staffordshire salary circa 65k+

Supply chain manager south salary circa 45k

Assessor (Hertfordshire) Salary up to £32k

Employer Services Consultant (Norwich) Salary £22,925-26,950

IT Assessor (Outsource) Salary circa £35,000

Operational Partnership Manager – Skills (East Anglia) Salary £36,000-£45,000

Regional Skills Manager (Norfolk/Suffolk) Salary £31,450 – £37,000

Skills Team Leader (East Anglia) Salary £29,707 – £34,950

Skills Traineeship Tutor (Borough) Salary £24,325 – £28,625

Skills Traineeship Tutor (Southend-on-Sea) Salary £24,325 – £28,625

Employer Services Consultant (Watford) Salary £22,925-26,950

Please contact benn@funding4training.com for more details

 

The government’s handling of the new Institute for Apprenticeships has been “shambolic” according to shadow skills minister Gordon Marsden, after it evaded a series of parliamentary enquiries about its capacity.

He says that questions he asked about staffing, resources and appointments in a letter posted on November 1 were dodged.  His queries were prompted by the government’s plans to expand the remit of the Institute, which is set to launch next April, to cover technical education as well as apprenticeships, which were first set out in the Technical and Further Education Bill announced October 27. But despite the tight timeframe and its new responsibility, he was told only that the “detailed structure” of the IfA was still in development and that the government was “therefore not yet able to set out initial staff numbers”. To read more on this great story go to http://feweek.co.uk/2016/11/13/institute-for-apprenticeships-questions-dodged-says-gordon-marsden/

 

The latest list of University and College Partnerships., undertaking Funded Degree apprenticeships is shown here Birmingham City University: A range of degree apprenticeships, including: surveying and construction, engineering, chartered management, digital and technology, accounting and business, insurance and risk, financial fraud investigation, radiography/radiotherapy, marketing, and human resource management

Buckinghamshire New University, with Aylesbury College: A range of degree apprenticeships, including: early years, learning and teaching, digital and technology, business, legal, accountancy and finance, banking and financial services, project management, and product design and development.

University of Cumbria, with University of Chester, Liverpool John Moores University, University of Wolverhampton, Buckinghamshire New University, University of Central Lancashire, Open University, Staffordshire University, Plymouth University, and London Metropolitan University

Police constables

University of Derby: A range of degree apprenticeships, including: site management, digital and technology, cybersecurity, aerospace engineering, chartered management, and nursing

University of Gloucestershire: A range of degree apprenticeships, including cybersecurity, product design and development, internet of things and cyber engineering, and nursing

University of Greenwich, with MidKent College: A range of degree apprenticeships, including: construction, engineering, digital and technology, biomedical and pharmaceutical sciences, nursing, paramedic science, community sport, logistics, and chartered surveying

Leeds Trinity University, with University of Leeds: A range of degree apprenticeships, including: supply chain management, and chartered management with specialisms in healthcare, education, and SMEs

University of Lincoln, with Sheffield Hallam University:A range of degree apprenticeships in food manufacturing, including technical professional, operations management, and food engineering

Liverpool John Moores University: A range of degree apprenticeships, including: building services engineering, construction management, building surveying, real estate management, quantity surveying, engineering, automation and control, engineering, policing, digital and technology, and outside broadcasting

London South Bank University, with College of North East London, Lambeth College, Lewisham and Southwark Colleges, Barnet and Southgate College, and Barking and Dagenham College:

A range of degree apprenticeships, including: engineering, building services, site management, and chartered management

Northumbria University: A range of degree apprenticeships, including: site management, construction quantity surveyor, building services, and chartered management. A range of digital and technology degree apprenticeships including: business analyst, data analyst, software engineering, and cybersecurity

Nottingham Trent University: A range of degree apprenticeships, including: chartered management, and electronic systems design and development

University of Salford:  A range of degree apprenticeships, including: construction, leadership and management, and control/technical support engineering

University of Sheffield, with Sheffield Hallam University: A range of degree apprenticeships, including maintenance engineering and construction manufacturing

Sheffield Hallam University, with Barnsley College, Sheffield College, Chesterfield College, Rotherham and North Notts Colleges, Dearne Valley College, Doncaster College, and Northern College: A range of degree apprenticeships, including: chartered management, digital and technology, construction, quantity surveying, health science practitioner, facilities management, cybersecurity, software engineering, railway engineering, advanced manufacturing, ultrasound, paramedic practice, occupational therapy, and physiotherapy

University of Sunderland: A range of degree apprenticeships, including: health care science, nursing, paramedic, cybersecurity, computing, and chartered management

University of the West of England, with Weston College, City of Bristol College, Gloucestershire College, and Bridgwater College: A range of degree apprenticeships, including: embedded and wireless systems, quantity surveying, construction, building services engineering, real estate, leadership and management, digital and technology, aerospace, and aerospace and computer engineering

University of Wolverhampton, with Walsall College, City of Wolverhampton College, and Birmingham Metropolitan College: A range of degree apprenticeships, including: solicitor, legal executive, aerospace, automotive design, development and manufacturing, digital and technology, chartered management, broadcast production, and nursing.

 

Peer meet Up for Training Providers takes place on Fri 18 November 2016 in London.

This FREE Event takes place 10:00 – 13:00 GMT with Lunch at

St Patrick’s College 40 Sceptre Court Tower Bridge London EC3N 4DX

This is for Owners, Directors of Training Organisations. Speakers will focus this meeting will on Networking, Employer Engagement, Levy and the New Trailblazers and End point Assessment new opportunities. Hosted by Steve Lawrence MD EEVT with Andy Tait guest speakers and sponsored by ICQ Awarding Body and Enrola. Only 28 tickets left

Book your free tickets at

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/peer-meet-up-for-training-providers-tickets-29045430665

Also this meeting will be followed by a Coffee and Natter event with separate tickets due to numbers

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/coffee-and-natter-london-by-pathway2grow-a-free-business-networking-opportunity-18th-nov-130pm-tickets-29013515205?aff=es2

We believe in building an online and an offline community and there is plenty of ongoing opportunity to converse and share with a WhatsApp group (send a message to 07966 492 755), a Facebook Group and we are also on LinkedIn and this is in addition to our monthly meets.

So come and join us to #Network, #Learn and #Grow!

Regards Shan Ghoshal – Regional Director for Coffee and Natter.

 

Good to see so many people this week Paul Paice and Sue Cawdron from ICQ, the team at Oakswood Group, Kim Smith from Serco, Claire Pyle, Stuart  Pyle, Sue and the team from Train 4 Talent, Mike Ashley, Alan Hill, Shan, Lindsay McCurdy and Narinder Johal.

All the very best from myself and the Team

Have a great week and keep training from me Steve, you can follow us on

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On our website at https://eevt.org/

 

Also via Twitter at https://twitter.com/EevtSteve

 

 

 

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