The first members gathering of the AEBP in November was a huge success. Members across the country came together to network, share working practises, see the new members web portal / directory in action and to discuss the future direction of the AEBP. Everyone agreed the event was extremely worthwhile and said they would recommend it to other EBP organisations.
Full evaluation data for the day is available to download on this hyperlinkand some great ideas and suggestions were captured from the members.
The Girls in Hi-Tech programme aims to address the lack of woman entering high technology business sectors. It gives girls the opportunity to experience the types of roles that are available in the Hi-Tech sector and to hear first-hand from female business ambassadors about their careers. Continue reading “Girls in High Tech”→
The first employability event between Beths Grammar School and EBP Kent, delivered for the benefit of the school’s Year 11 and any Year 12 students who were able to visit the business volunteers at various points of the day. Working with the lead contact at the school, Matthew Neylan, an event was created catering to the student’s future aspirations, general employability skills (interview techniques, job application, for example) and the opportunity to come into contact with a range of education and training providers.
This was a full day event, lasting from 0910 until 1530, taking place on the 26th January 2018. A member of EBP Kent’s Level 6 Guidance staff also attended the event to offer impartial advice to any students still unsure of what their ‘next steps’ might involve.Continue reading “University & Beyond: Evaluation”→