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Making the most of the Apprenticeship Levy

Making the most of the Apprenticeship Levy

11 April 2019

Mark Dawe, Chief Executive of the Association of Employment and Learning Providers (AELP)
Two years on from the start of the Apprenticeship Levy and there is still confusion among large private and public sector employers about the obligations of the levy and how to make best use of it.

Tagged with: Employment and Skills, Guest blog,

Six questions board members should ask when discussing digital strategy with their executives

Six questions board members should ask when discussing digital strategy with their executives

8 March 2019

Peter Lunio is a Non-Executive Director at EPIC Housing and a Business Partner at Insights with Purpose
As a housing association board member and a technology advisor, I’m often surprised by how digitally unsavvy board members can be. I know some organisations are creating new technology forums, building the expertise of their board members, and strengthening IT governance – all with the aim of allowing boards to guide management by asking the right questions about the impact of technology.

Tagged with: Employment and Skills, Guest blog,

What does Brexit mean for employment and skills?

What does Brexit mean for employment and skills?

19 January 2017

Ian Simpson is Head of Access to Work, The Guinness Partnership and Chair, Give Us A Chance (GUAC)
As we know well, Brexit means Brexit. But what we haven’t been told is that Brexit could also mean real opportunity for UK housing providers who deliver front line services, like health or employment support.

Tagged with: Employment and Skills, Member blog

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