Creative Mentor Network
CMN uses measures set out by The Bridge Group’s Socioeconomic Diversity and Inclusion Toolkit to target young people from low socioeconomic backgrounds who really need our support. That means our participants have attended a state school, and have either: received Free School Meals; or have parents whose occupation was classified as lower socio-economic or intermediate when they were 14.http://www.creativementornetwork.org
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Recap: Progression Masterclass: As an employer, where do I start?
What steps can you – as an employer – take to remove barriers to progression within your organisation for people from low socio-economic backgrounds (SEB)? Following the publication of our report on progression in the civil service, Navigating the Labyrinth, our latest Employer Masterclass explored how to make sure that your processes aren’t actively getting […]
In a new report, 'Fast Forward for Digital Jobs', techUK calls for urgent action to close the #digitalskillsgap.
Low-skilled adults from #disadvantaged backgrounds are least likely to access #adulttraining opportunities – supporting those from disadvantaged backgrounds to access digital skills training will help both individuals and business to thrive.
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