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Calling all Fellows!

25 August 2017   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Heather Ette
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Book Now for the Fellows Dinner South

The IEP is delighted to present its second annual Fellows' Dinner in the South, hosted in London, and kindly supported by Empowering-Communities. A not for profit social enterprise, Empowering-Communities have proven IT solutions within the employability profession that are revolutionising integrated approaches and enabling multi-agency collaboration to have a positive impact on people’s lives. 

Join your host Patrick Hughes FIEP to discuss key issues, network and share ideas amongst those at the heart of the employability profession.

 

The Time

Wed 27 September 2017 -19:00 – 22:00

The Place

The Betjeman Arms, 53, St Pancras International Station

Euston Road, London, N1C 4QL

For price, sample menu and booking information please click here

 

Here’s a few words about the Fellows Dinner held in June: “I had a thoroughly enjoyable and informative evening, sharing conversation about the challenges and opportunities in our sector with peers.  Having the opportunity to discuss thoughts with others in an informal environment was really welcome, and encouraged a degree of candid conversation that would likely not have been achieved in other environments. The diversity of attendees also meant the range of thoughts and opinions was fascinating.” Ayden Sims, Director of Business Development, Remploy

Should you have any enquiries about this event, do not hesitate to contact Scott Parkin FIEP at scott.parkin@iemployability.org.

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