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Discussing education, employment and skills in the Tees Valley

18 July 2018|Number of views (50)

Prospects recently sponsored a roundtable event in Stockton-on-Tees with the think tank the New Local Government Network (NLGN) and hosted by the Tees Valley Combined Authority (TVCA). 


London students meet professionals from "hidden" careers

London students meet professionals from "hidden" careers

16 July 2018|Number of views (48)

Prospects delivers the National Careers Service in London. The London National Careers Service team organised an event for 50 Year 10 students from schools in Wandsworth, Redbridge and Southwark called Hidden Careers. 


More funding is needed to support our children’s services

10 July 2018|Number of views (122)

Prospects sponsored a roundtable event at the Local Government Association (LGA) Annual Conference with the Municipal Journal. The roundtable chaired by MJ’s Editorial Director Mike Burton, brought together a number of local authority chief executives across England to discuss the increasing funding crisis facing children’s services.


Minister launches new THRIVE contracts

Minister launches new THRIVE contracts

Celebrating 70 years of the NHS new contracts recognise the value of meaningful work for health

06 July 2018|Number of views (147)

On Thursday 5 July, Rt. Hon. Sarah Newton MP, Minister for Work and Pensions officially launched the THRIVE contracts across the West Midlands at Birmingham Football Club. The Prospects THRIVE team were there networking along with Brenda Cabras and Kalpana Patel. 


Rurality rules in the South West

06 July 2018|Number of views (167)

Prospects recently sponsored a roundtable event in Exeter with the think tank the New Local Government Network (NLGN). The roundtable, chaired by NLGN Director Adam Lent brought together leading professionals from local authorities, Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs), Further Education and business to discuss the employment and skills challenges in the context of developing local industrial strategies in the South West.


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