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MIEP - Rebecca Keating - Board Member
  Board Member - Setting the strategic direction
Rebecca Keating MIEP


Rebecca Keating MIEP - Salvation Army

Rebecca began her career in the employability profession working on the front line, delivering job search training in Sydney Australia and worked her way up to Director of Employment Plus UK.

There are not many roles in employability she has not been employed in. She has managed contract operations, employer engagement, quality improvement and compliance.  In her role as Director she uses her hands on experience to influence the strategic planning of the employability projects The Salvation Army run. Rebecca holds a Level 4 Certificate in Employment Services and is a qualified assessor of the Employability Services Sector Certificate.

Rebecca has been a member of the Institute of Employability Professionals from the moment it was launched and has been actively involved with our professional development projects, including the current Employability Practitioner Apprenticeship Standard. She cares deeply about the employees who work within the sector and believes that they should be invested in and professionalised.

Rebecca is passionate about the work she does, believing helping a person into employment can truly transform their lives and allow them to live life in all of its fullness. This passion runs through everything she does, and believes that if the professionals within the employability sector are supported and invested in, they are the people that can and do achieve the best results for those seeking employment.


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