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EP reaches it's 150th edition!

03 April 2019   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Heather Ette
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EP reaches it's 150th edition!

EP, the IEP's dedicated e-bulletin has reached its 150th edition. Each and every week we’ve brought you news from the IEP and on behalf of the employability and skills profession to keep you up to date of important announcements and bring you advice and guidance from our Knowledge Bank.  

To mark our 150th milestone we asked our readers for feedback:

“I particularly enjoy the information sharing that the newsletter provides, very broad and often just enough to keep members/fellows informed with contact info if they want to dig deeper.  For some this is the most helpful way of communicating, you get the headlines but don't have to read everything!”
Elaine Lilley FIEP
 
“What I love about EP is that it has practical info for frontline workers - Well done IEP team!”
Liz Sewell FIEP, Director, GRoW Programme
 
“EP is great way to keep in touch with what’s been happening in sector development. Always very interesting articles and look forward to seeing what other colleagues have been up to in the featured articles”.
Christine Brown, FIEP, Owner, Future Excel
 
“As someone that is not part of a large organisation and been in a gap year from full time work, due to long term care of elderly parent, maintaining my membership for when I return to the industry is important. I have done some voluntary career work in Schools and career days in order to keep my development and professional connection. 
"I intend to study further and come back to the employability sector in the next few months. Having the news letter and being able to apply for work via the news letters and keep in touch is important. Proving what I have done and carrying the letters means I get that recognition that I worked extremely hard for."
Ros Cuthbert MIEP