23 Feb IEP Webinar with BASE
26 Feb IEP in Dartford with RBLI
17 March IEP in Huddersfield with Shaw Trust
26 February National Career Guidance Show North
4 March National Career Guidance Show
- Enabling Power 1
- Improving Performance 2
- Instilling Pride 3
- Raising Perception 4
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.
Click here for a guide which presents you with reasons to support the IEP.
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.
Click here for a presentation that shows you what you get for your money.
Click here for a guide to IEP.
'DWP should continue to support IEP events'
IEP welcomes the recently published report from
the Work Programme Best Practice Group
IEP welcomes the recently published report from the Work Programme Best Practice Group led by Andrew Sells, which recommends that DWP should continue to support our events. We are delighted that DWP has accepted the recommendations, which reflects the growing support for IEP’s work to professionalise the employment related services (ERS) sector. You can read the full recommendations here and the government’s response to the report, which can be found here.
During the past two years, over 1200 delegates have attended IEP events. All were concerned with exploring and sharing ‘what works’ in employability provision. As we move into 2015 we are pleased to announce a new schedule of events to help our members, employer patrons and wider partners share best practice, network and enhance their skills levels and raise standards across the sector. These events are especially important because the sector is changing and employability practitioners need to be prepared for an uncertain future where high levels of competence will count. All events are designed to share best practice, motivate practitioners and raise sector skills levels. You can see the schedule here.
As you will see, our schedule includes local networking events and webinars on key topics which are usually open to members as part of their membership. The schedule also includes training taster sessions and full training programmes, which we offer in partnership with our training partners that have been awarded Endorsed by IEP status. In addition, we run events with our corporate patrons for their staff teams and supply chains. If you would like to run, attend or host an IEP What Works event, please contact us at email@example.com.
If you are an employability practitioners and want to get ahead in your career, get a head start in 2015 by joining the IEP professional community. To do so click here.