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Following his update at our annual conference, Richard Kirkland from the D2N2 LEP has asked us to share this call out for Expressions of Interest with you.

The D2N2 Local Enterprise Partnership has worked with strategic partners, stakeholders and learning providers to commission the ‘first half’ of the its European Social Fund programme

The majority of these programmes have been commissioned by working with the following ‘opt in organisations’ who have provided ‘match funding at source’

The Derbyshire Network are pleased to announce that following discussions with the organisation Disability Confident, we have signed up to officially become Disability Confident Committed.  As an employer, we will be working with Disability Confident to ensure that disabled people and those with long term health conditions have the opportunities to fulfil their potential and realise their aspirations.

Dear members,

Thank you to those of you that managed to complete the feedback survey on last month’s conference, your feedback was both unanimous and interesting in equal measure!

Firstly, we were pleased to hear that all responders thought the content was relevant and useful to their organisation, something we aim for every year when looking at potential speakers on the day.

Who is this course for? This course is suitable for vocational practitioners, with experience of teaching, assessing or supporting maths in the FE and skills sector.

All vocational teachers and trainers, consciously or unconsciously, can support their learners’ maths development. This is because maths is required to carry out almost all vocational tasks and is the medium through which learners demonstrate their skills and knowledge.

This course will help you develop your knowledge and confidence in order to:

CPD FE and Skills

Following the update from Sam Slack regarding the banned group National Action, we still have space on the WRAP training (Workshop to Raise Awareness of Prevent) running next week on Tuesday 10th October from 9:00am to 12:00pm

Delivered by Sam Slack, the HE/FE Prevent Lead for East Midlands, South Yorkshire the Humber & North East, this WRAP course is aimed at all staff, including front line staff, managers and specialised employees to help raise awareness of their contribution in preventing vulnerable people being exploited for extremist or terrorist purposes.