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    START DATE 30 January 2018
    START TIME 08:00
    LOCATION Kings Place, 90 York Way, London, N1 9AG
    END DATE 30 January 2018
    END TIME 10:30

    Enabling Sustainable Transitions From Education To Employment

    *This event is free but please reserve your tickets below by 26th January 2018 for catering purposes.

    ‘Working Futures’ brings together key stakeholders - including employers, schools, policy-makers and NGOs - to discuss the challenges facing young people in transition from education to employment.

    Building on examples of good practice and international research, we aim to identify and promote concrete ways forward to enhance youth employment and reduce the likelihood of becoming NEET (not in education, employment or training).

    Programme

    8.00 - 8.20: Arrival, breakfast and networking

    8.20 - 8.35: Welcome and Introduction from the Chair Shelagh O’Connor, New Horizon Youth Centre

    Launch of a set of Policy briefs - Prof Louise Ryan, University of Sheffield
    1. Feeling supported. Enabling success by promoting engagement at school
    2. Beyond the numbers. Incentivising and implementing better apprenticeships
    3. Re-Engaging NEETs. Supporting young people who are not in education, employment or training (NEET) to engage with learning and the labour market

    8.35 - 8.45: Special Guest Speaker on Youth Transitions from Education to Employment, Lyn Cole, EY Foundation 

    8.45 - 9.10: Panel Discussion - Challenges of Youth Transitions in the London Context

    Chloe Halpin, Future First
    David Hall, Institute of Apprenticeships
    Lindsay Owen, The Prince’s Trust
    Petra Goran, European Commission
    Phillip Kerry, London Youth
    Rachel Maclean, MP for Redditch County
    Shaun Bailey, Member of the London Assembly

    9.10 - 9.30: Q & A Session

    This event is co-organised by Middlesex University, New Horizon Youth Centre and University of Sheffield.

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