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HR Forum - June
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Join the Norfolk Chamber for an afternoon of accessing specialist knowledge essential for any HR Professional or business owner. This forum will be hosted by the expert team at City College Norwich, the afternoon will be split into two sessions with one focusing on Apprenticeships and the other on T Levels.
Emma Richards and Ruth Royle will be delivering a short piece on how to maximise the use of apprenticeships in your organisation, including using your levy and other funding streams. They’ll also be telling you about the HR Support apprenticeship delivered at City College Norwich, which includes the CIPD HR Practitioner level 3 certificate.
Ruth Royle is Apprenticeship Delivery Manager at City College Norwich. She is motivated by enabling others to achieve their potential and her work at City College Norwich is rooted in apprenticeship delivery and change implementation to meet the needs of learners and employers.
Emma Richards is Lecturer and Assessor for City College Norwich. A qualified HR professional experienced in working within the Public, Private and Charitable sectors throughout Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire. She works with Senior leadership teams to raise the profile and rewards of a professional HR service within a business. She is always implementing and updating HR policies and procedures whilst building robust HR departments which can provide a high, consistent HR service.
T Levels and Industry Placements
T Levels are set to revolutionise vocational training. City College Norwich are one of a few colleges selected nationally to deliver T Levels in the academic year 2020-21. We will be explaining what the new qualification means to recruiters. Students must complete a long-term (350 hours) industry placement to achieve the new T-level qualification and we shall also be exploring what the requirements are for employers who are considering offering a placement to a student.
Education Secretary Damian Hinds said: ‘T Levels represent a once in a lifetime opportunity to reform technical education in this country so we can rival the world’s best performing systems. Technology and the world economy are fast-changing, and we need to make sure our young people have the skills they need to get the jobs of tomorrow. This is at the heart of our modern Industrial Strategy.’
Laura McLean is Director of Strategic Development and Implementation at City College Norwich. She will be introducing T-levels and will be explaining what the new qualifications will mean to employers. T Levels are courses which will be on a par with A levels and will provide young people with a new choice between technical and academic education post 16. She will also introduce industry placements, which are a compulsory element of the new T Level qualifications. Courses in construction, digital and education and childcare will be first taught from September 2020. A further 22 courses will be rolled out in stages from 2021, which will cover sectors such as finance & accounting, engineering & manufacturing, creative & design.
Jenny Bach is Industry Placement Lead at City College Norwich. Jenny is involved promoting industry placements to local employers and employer engagement. She is responsible for placing students in long-term industry placements in readiness for the T-level launch in 2020. She will be explaining how these long-term student placements can impact on your organisation. She will also explain the legal, financial and logistical aspects of hosting an industry and will be available to answer questions.
Make sure you're prepared for the big changes coming in next year with this HR Forum.
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