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ERSA is looking for a Head of Research 

Department for Work and Pensions is to launch a commercial process under which Remploy Employment Services would leave the public sector by March 2015

Paying the Price: The long road to recovery

DWP: Universal Credit statistics

The Telegraph: Anger over attempt to strip benefits from depressed claimants who refuse therapy 

It’s one year since the launch of the Disability Confident campaign

Nearly a million more people are in work compared to a year ago

Young black men want to be judged on merit not stereotypes, says research 

Pera Training and IEP have teamed up to create a series of invaluable multi-media resources for fellow training providers

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£27m cut leaves London's needy at risk, says London Councils

Converting Conversation into Actions - The Legacy Report of the 2014 Youth Employment Convention  

Work Programme providers meet contract targets for all long term jobseekers

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IEP Means business

If you are an employer organisation that provides employment related services, IEP can help you raise your performance through qualifications and training that supports the continued professional development needs of your management teams and frontline staff team. 

Click here for a presentation on what we can do for you which shows you that IEP means business.



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What's in it for me?

If your role entails helping your clients into sustainable employment, then IEP is the membership institute for you.  

We can provide you with access to externally accredited professional status, qualifications, training and other career enhancement services. IEP's professional memebrship is recognised by HMRC and offers a range of discounts which means you can recoup your membership fee.

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Seetec’s commitment to staff development


IEP caught up with Rosa Osman MIEP, Head of People Development at Seetec who shared with us Seetec’s 3 golden rules behind staff development.


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  1. Helping Employees become Sector Qualified. Seetec is an approved training centre and offers internally the Employment Related Services qualifications to their employees; this injects greater understanding of the sector and equips employees with practical skills to fulfil their jobs to the best standard

  2. Commitment to staff development. Seetec provides a range of learning interventions which include:

    • Bite size webinars covering updates on the current Labour Market and other latest trends

    • Online toolkits

    • Leadership & Management qualifications

    • Coaching workshops

These activities not only help employees amplify their knowledge but also instil great practical skills.

3. Celebrating achievements to incentivise and reward employees for their hard work. Seetec reward their employees with IEP Membership once they have successfully completed the Level 3 Award in Employment Related Services. Becoming members of the IEP provides staff with a sense of belonging, professional purpose and pride. IEP can then help nurture practitioners and provide tools to enhance employee’s knowledge through the services IEP provide.


Rosa added:


“At Seetec we are committed to staff development. We believe all our employees have the right to be well trained and rewarded to ensure that they can be the very best they can be.”

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