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Technology is not putting jobs at risk! Keynote speaker Roy Meredith amazed some delegates who held an opposing view at the National Careers Service Inspiration Team’s fourth annual conference, Rise of the Machines.
Every good parent wants the best for their children as they grow up and start making their own way in life, and every young person wants to be able to rely on this support.
The Global ICT Challenge for Youth with Disabilities (GITC) started in 1992 by Rehabilitation International Korea (RI) and has been expanding across the Asia-Pacific Region ever since. Its purpose is to work with local and international partners to reduce the digital divide by providing increased access and investment in ICT, to help promote better IT policy and training and to create a truly inclusive world where no-one is left behind.
One of the government's agenda items is to double the access that people who are long term unemployed have to indevidual placement services (IPS) and support. IPS is a method used in supported employment and is evidence based with a rapid job search approach. High quality research has shown it to be more effective than other types of traditional employment support, especially if it is delivered to the highest standard – the standard known as ‘High Fidelity’, Prospects delivers IPS in Dorset.
This Monday (14 May), sees the start of Foster Care Fortnight. Fostering to Inspire is Prospects independent fostering agency and is supporting The Fostering Network's annual initiative. Fostering to Inspire provides foster placements on behalf of local authorities for children and young people across the north of England.