IEP, Seetec and Zest to host employability networking event in Sheffield on 22nd November

The Employability Landscape in Sheffield City Region  – Thurs 22nd November – 3-6pm

The Institute of Employability Professionals (IEP) is delighted to invite you to join co-hosts Seetec and Zest for an afternoon of learning and networking in Sheffield.

IEP’s latest regional networking event – The Employability Landscape in Sheffield City Region – explores some of the key employability provision being delivered in Sheffield and the wider city region.

Come along and connect with other colleagues in the sector, share some food and drink and see how your institute can support you and your organisation to continue delivering life changing employability services.

Timings:   Arrive from 14:45 for Tea, coffee and registration


Our speakers include:

Scott Parkin FIEP (Executive Chairman) – Institute of Employability Professionals (IEP):

About your Institute – the values and benefits of being a member

Andrea Fitzgerald – Sheffield City Region:

Employability strategy & overview for the region

Niall O’Reilly (Head of Work & Wellbeing) – SYHA:

The Working Win Programme

Justin Hall (Operations Manager) – Reed in Partnership:

Better Working Futures (Work & Health Programme)

John Powell MIEP – Opportunity Sheffield (Sheffield City Council):

Sheffield’s Working 3rd Sector Capacity Building Project

Drinks and food will be provided, along with ample opportunity to network and connect with colleagues in the wider Employability sector.

Directions & Parking

Travelling by Car:

Enter your postcode into google maps to obtain the quickest route to the Zest Centre, 18 Upperthorpe, Sheffield, S6 3NA Zest Youth Hub, 5 Addy Street, Sheffield, Local on street parking or car park on Shipton Street, Sheffield, S6 3FJ

Travelling by Tram:

From the Train Station or City Centre stops take the yellow route tram towards Middlewood or the blue route tram towards Malin Bridge. Get off at the Infirmary Road tram stop and keep walking in the direction of the tram for 50 yards. Turn left onto Albert Terrace Road and walk up the hill to the crossroads. Turn right onto Upperthorpe Road, past a row of shops and the Zest Centre, a large red brick Victorian building, will come into view.

Who can attend?

The event is open to all (IEP members and non-members) and should someone become a member after attending the event they can do so at a discount for just £32.

How to register

To secure your place at the event and/or contact the organisers, please visit the Eventbrite registration page

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