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Prevent is part of the government counter-terrorism strategy, it's designed to tackle the problem of terrorism at its roots, preventing people from supporting terrorism or becoming involved in terrorism themselves.

As a member of The Derbyshire Network, this event is free to attend and will be delivered by Sam Slack, the East Midlands Regional Prevent Coordinator, this workshop will bring you up-to-date with the latest developments regarding the Government's PREVENT Strategy.

You can book your places on our Eventbrite page

National Apprenticeship Week 2019 will run from 4 to 8 March next year.

The event, which also coincides with National Careers Week, will feature activities that highlight the benefits that apprenticeships bring to employers and the opportunities they present to individuals.

National Apprenticeship Week 2018 was the a huge success, with 780 events taking place across England.

The Department for Education has launched a consultation on the new national standards for digital skills, including plans for new qualifications at two levels.

The consultation sets out the government’s plans to overhaul the current national standards, which set out core digital skills, as well as improving basic digital skills with qualifications at ‘beginner’ and ‘essential’ levels.

This call for proposals aims to support unemployed and inactive participants into employment and self-employment. Projects must deliver activity which directly contributes to the objectives of Priority Axis 1.1.

Successful applicants will do so by providing tailored support to individuals.

It is envisaged that providers of the employment service will provide tailored individual support in the following ways:

Training News

1,000 18-24 year-olds from across the UK were polled online from 20-28 August 2018, on their understanding of opportunities in the green economy. The results have been weighted to be representative of this sub-section of the UK population.  

Almost two-thirds (65%) say they would prefer a job in the green economy than one outside it – this equates to around 3,700,000 young people in the UK