Working Knowledge to host Study Programme forum for colleges and employers
On Thursday 25th April, a wide range of college staff and employers will be meeting to discuss opportunities and challenges around the delivery of the work experience element of the Study Programme.
Having extensively consulted with Further Education partners and the business community, Working Knowledge understands there is a need for the business and education sectors to join together at this time of change.
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James Lott, co-founder and Managing Director explains why Working Knowledge is committed to hosting the event:
‘As a social enterprise with eight years’ experience in education we feel have an important role to play in guiding and supporting our partner colleges at this challenging time of funding reform. We are looking forward to sharing our extensive experience of engaging employers and seeing the results of lively facilitated discussions between the two sectors.’
Kindly hosted by our partner New College Swindon, the afternoon will be a chance for college staff to network with a wide range of employers and to discuss meaningful employer engagement opportunities.
Roundtable discussions will enable participants to develop ideas and approaches for successful delivery of the work experience element of the Study Programme. The results of extensive employer consultations will be showcased to demonstrate the business perspective of meaningful work experience opportunities.
Book your place
The professionally facilitated event is free to attend and includes a networking lunch. Spaces are limited and filling up fast. Please get in touch by Thursday 4th April to book.
Please email: email@example.com or T: 0117 3048000 to reserve your place.