Youth Opps 2021
Creating and Implementing Employment Opportunities for Young People
'Tackling Youth Unemployment' is an on-demand event, specifically designed to help you to support employment and wider skills development opportunities for young people, both locally and nationally. We have 6+ hours of content which is available for you to watch at any time once you have secured your on-demand pass.
We have inputs and updates from the Department for Work and Pensions, Youth Employment UK and Education and Employers, and below we have some taster videos of some of their on-demand sessions.
In this session with Tammy Fevrier, Deputy Director – Youth and Skills, Employment, DWP, explore how the government will prevent a long-term negative impact on employment opportunities for young people following Covid-19.
James Daly MP, Chair, All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Youth Employment offers further insights into government thinking and collaboration, highlighting the key objectives of the APPG and detailing efforts to ensure youth employment policies work in reality.
Michele Lawty-Jones, Director, Lancashire Skills and Employment Hub and Kay Vaughan, Lead, Lancashire Careers Hub, Winner of the Careers Hub of the Year Award at the Careers and Enterprise ‘Careers Excellence Awards’ 2019, share their top tips on how to successfully establish a local careers hub.
In this session, Cameron, a SEND Job Coach, is joined by Faisa, who has undertaken a supported internship, to share best practice around what quality opportunities look like, as well as discussing continuing challenges that need to be overcome.
In this session, Kieran will share insights into Camden Council’s Youth Offer, exploring the role of the community in supporting and delivering the Youth Offer, the challenges of communications around the Youth Offer, and top tips for successful collaboration across the council on associated initiatives.
In this session with Alesha Patel, Youth Engagement and Ambassador Coordinator, Youth Employment UK, young people with a variety of work and training experiences share their thoughts and insights around opportunities and employment prospects for them and their peers.
In this session, our panel discuss how Covid-19 has changed the landscape of opportunities for young people and explore effective techniques for how a multi-agency approach to supporting young people into employment or training can be conducted effectively online.
John Yarham, Careers and Enterprise Company gives best practice insights into how businesses and education and training settings can collaborate on delivering digital learning and work experience opportunities and resources, including employability skills, to strengthen in-school careers guidance and support
Lara Bracey and Avantika Taneja of Education and Employers share top tips on how to work with employers to support career related learning in schools, and explore best practice from programme delivery following the impact of Covid-19.
Mark Booth, Employment Services Delivery Manager, Camden Council, shares how they are working on various initiatives to create wide-ranging training and employment opportunities for young people beyond the pandemic
So what are you waiting for? Register for your On-Demand Pass today, and have access to all of our on-demand sessions, meaning you can watch them at a time that is most convenient for you.