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The Managing Director of East Midlands Airport, the CEO and founder of now-global internet marketing service UNiDAYS and the founder of Derbyshire’s first ever malt whisky distillery will be guest speakers at the 2018 D2N2 Local Enterprise Partnership Annual Conference and AGM.

Do you have the experience, skills and enthusiasm to make a real difference for apprentices and other learners in Derby City Council and across the city?

Derby City Council - Adult Learning Service have an exciting opportunity for an experienced apprenticeship manager to join the management team and grow their apprenticeship programme.

Derby City Council is an employer provider and the Adult Learning Service provides the in-house apprenticeship training to Council staff and local schools and a wide range of other accredited and non-accredited provision.

CPD FE and Skills

Half-day Ofsted update

Following on from the last Ofsted training course we delivered, we have booked Peter Stacey to come back to provide a half-day update session.

The morning session with Peter will cover:

  • Updates from the latest Inspection Handbook
  • Inspection of Standards
  • Members/Sub-Contractors progress following the Nominee training on the 19/12/17

Lunch will be provided, and we will reconvene in the afternoon with a view to setting up an Ofsted Readiness Group for the Network and its members

Part-funded by the 2014-2020 European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme in England, the D2N2 Local Enterprise Partnership Technical Assistance website is an information source for partners and organisations with an interest in European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF).  The site contains information on how to apply for and successfully run an ESIF-funded project and about projects already being delivered in the D2N2 area.

Make the difference, Be the difference and help change people’s lives at YMCA Derbyshire

If you are interested in utilising your talents for a worthy cause, and making a real difference to the lives of disadvantaged and vulnerable young people, then there may be a role for you at YMCA Derbyshire.


Engagement Worker (self harm support)

Derby - 29 Hours per week - Closing date 11 June 2018