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Institute of Employability Professionals Annual General Meeting 2019


Wednesday, 16 October 2019 from 16:00 to 19:00 (BST)

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Wednesday 16th October 2019


4.00pm -7.00pm 



Kindly sponsored by Seetec Pluss



In April 2019, Pluss, a leading disability employment social enterprise, joined Seetec,a leading provider of employment, skills, apprenticeship and justice services.

Our brand new company, Seetec Pluss, inspires people who face significant barriers to find work and achieve the career of their choice. Our mission is to provide innovative, personalised services that helps individuals, communities and businesses to thrive.



Our compere for the evening will be Winnie Wilkins, fabulous Seetec Pluss participant who has successfully achieved work and is now excelling in her career.  



Agenda to include:


  • Welcome from our sponsor Winnie Wilkins and Chris Harrison, Executive Director (Employability), Seetec Pluss


  • Introductions and formal IEP Board (AGM) actions - Pat Russell MIEP, Chair, IEP Board


  • The IEP Progress Review 2019, IEP update and progress on the new Apprenticeship - Scott Parkin FIEP, Chief Executive, IEP


  • Inclusion, it really does make a difference- John Flynn and Louise Hall-Brown along with Robert and Luke, Wiltshire Police


  • ‘The post-Brexit priorities of low-income households’ -
    Mike Hawking, Policy and Partnerships Manager, Joseph Rowntree Foundation


  • A few words from Winnie Wilkins - Seetec Pluss Work and Health Programme Participant 

  • Board Elections Announcement - Stewart Holdsworth MIEP, Vice Chair, IEP Board


  • AOB


  • ‘It's a rap’ with HQ Familia
    Presentation from award-winning mentor, music studio and label owner Yasin El Ashrafi and his crew, HQ CAN (Creative Arts Network), a renowned social enterprise based in Leicester, who utilise music to enrich the lives of unemployed and hard to reach individuals. The HQ Familia Showcase will include live performances from:

- Harri Georgio

- Charlie Georgio

- Mr Shay

- Phidizz

- SunSun

- Alice Kube

  • Meeting close


  • Networking food and refreshments (sponsored by Seetec Pluss)


Places are limited so book early to avoid disappointment 


About Seetec Pluss

Seetec Pluss is one of the UK’s leading providers of employability and health services, supporting thousands of people to move into employment each year. Committed to empowering people to better their lives, Seetec Pluss supports individuals from all walks of life to enter and progress in the world of work. We create and source jobs and opportunities, and by focusing on people’s strengths we raise aspirations and help them overcome their barriers to work and develop the skills that employers are looking for. 

Delivering social value is embedded throughout our organisation and strengthened through partnerships with organisations from the public, private and not-for-profit sectors who share our vision. Together, we open up a world of opportunity to individuals and organisations, supporting them with their aspirations today so they can thrive in the future. 


About Joseph Rowntree Foundation

The Joseph Rowntree Foundation is a British social policy research and development charity, that funds a UK-wide research and development programme. It seeks to understand the root causes of social problems, to identify ways of overcoming them, and to show how social needs can be met in practice.


About HQ CAN

HQ CAN provides music, events and arts projects across the midlands. Founder Yasin El Ashrafi has been recognised nationally, with prestigious awards, such as Prince's Trust Mentor Of The Year, Prime Minister's Points Of Light Award, and a spot on the Sunday Times Alternative Rich List 2018.


About IEP

The IEP is the membership body for employability professionals. We are dedicated to supporting the people who support others gain work, progress in work and retain work. 

Our vision is 'Employability professionals everywhere are the best they can be'.

Our purpose is to empower individuals to perform to a professional standard, champion employability as a recognised profession, secure employer recognition and create a network of opportunity.

Do you have questions about Institute of Employability Professionals Annual General Meeting 2019? Contact IEP

When & Where

Toynbee Hall
28 Commercial Street
E1 6LS London
United Kingdom

Wednesday, 16 October 2019 from 16:00 to 19:00 (BST)

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