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MIEP - Greg Bate - Board Member
  Board Member - Setting the strategic direction
Greg Bate MIEP



 

Greg Bate MIEP - Seetec

Greg has over 10 years sector experience, and prior to that 7 years of recruitment experience.  Currently Operational Partnership Manage at Seetec, Greg sits on the work and skills partnership networks/meetings for all 10 of GM local authorities and is also an active member of the GM Chamber of Commerce, the GM Youth Network, GM APPG, GM Post 16 CEIAG network, GM EAP Provider network and the Economic Scrutiny Committee. 

Greg brings a wealth of employability skills and knowledge to the IEP Board. Having worked his way up through Seetec, he has undertaken many different roles within the employability sector.  This gives Greg the ability to see things from lots of different perspective and enables him to provide well rounded and balanced advice and guidance on all types of employability queries.  Greg’s current role at Seetec is to develop partnerships across the North West which provides the IEP with additional exposure across Greater Manchester and the North West providing a range of different opportunities to the Board.In addition to being a Board Member of the IEP, Greg is also a Board Member of BW3, which is a social enterprise network of over 200 local businesses that volunteer time and resources to support economic and social regeneration in South Manchester by working in partnership with schools, colleges, community organisations and other businesses.  

He also chairs the quarterly ERSA GM Employment support network meeting, providing vital links between the IEP and ERSA.

 

 

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