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Welcome David Royle FIEP

Posted By Heather Ette, 11 May 2018

Welcome to our new Fellow, David Royle FIEP

The IEP is delighted to welcome David Royle FIEP as our new Fellow.

David has a wealth of experience in the employability and skills profession and, as Operations Manager for Reed in Partnership, manages all aspects of performance, both statistical and financial, quality, compliance and integration for Reed in Partnership's Work and Health Programme across West Yorkshire. He is also the Self-Employment lead for Reed in Partnership's internal Direct Delivery and was previously Performance and Quality Director at Standguide Limited.

Speaking of his new Fellowship David said, “I am extremely passionate about the sector and want to help shape its future. Being a Fellow of the IEP will help support my goals of continuing to develop my knowledge and skills, whilst giving me greater understanding of the wider Employability and Skills arena.  I am keen to continue to promote the IEP throughout Reed In Partnership's Better Working Futures contract to inform our staff of the benefits the IEP can bring them and I would look to establish an IEP West Yorkshire network which would hold regular networking meetings, bringing together like-minded individuals and businesses to discuss key Employability and Skills topics.”

IEP Chairman Scott Parkin FIEP said “David has been a keen promoter of the IEP for a number of years, both inside and outside of the working environment. He has attended regional and national events and has helped to increase the IEP’s Membership by supporting his staff with joining the IEP, promoting our aims and objectives whenever the opportunity has arisen.  He has encouraged staff at Reed in Partnership to get involved with the IEP, recommending the support and knowledge we can offer, particularly to staff who are new to the sector.  I have no doubt that having David as an IEP Fellow will be hugely beneficial to our aims and we are very pleased to have him on board.”

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