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Agenda announced: Working Towards Better Mental Health

23 May 2017   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Heather Ette
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Join us at this one day conference, sponsored by mental health charity, Better Pathways. Hear from a mix of expert speakers as we network and debate the opportunities;

How will mental health and employment services be impacted after the general election?

How can we make the system better for jobseekers, and those in work, with mental health conditions, both locally and nationally?

What more can employment support providers do to help support employers?


With the national landscape for employment support services changing and a far greater emphasis on helping those with health and disabilities into work, this event will help charities, health bodies, local authorities, housing associations and other employment support providers understand the challenges and opportunities ahead.

Organised in partnership with the Institute of Employability Professionals, the event will offer an excellent opportunity to engage and network with senior professionals from across the private, public and voluntary sectors and to learn from others about new approaches and what already works.

Network and engage with up to 150 senior professionals from organisations invested in making employment support work for jobseekers and employers. They include;Business Disability Forum, Genesis Housing Association, learndirect, St Mungo's, Mind, entitledto, Renaisi, The Prince's Trust, Catch22, Social Finance, Pluss, Street league The Salvation Army - Employment Plus, Twining Enterpriseand many more.

View the full programme here.

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Get involved
There are many ways for you to be involved, support the conference and connect with potential partners and customers. Opportunities for the conference include sponsorship packages and exhibition stands.Full details can be found here.

Book by 5 June for discounted rates
Take advantage of ERSA, IEP and GUAC member rates starting from £150 plus VAT, book your placenow.
Please feel free to forward this email to your colleagues and partner networks. We hope to see you there, in the meantime should you have any queries, do get in touch with the events team viaevents@ersa.org.ukor 020 3757 9415.

Employment Related Services Association
Institute of Employability Professionals

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