Give us a Chance are pleased to welcome our first Associate Members. All Associate Members will be featured here and are encouraged to use the bespoke logo, aligning them to GUAC.
Association of Employment and Learning Providers (AELP)
AELP represents the interests of a range of organisations delivering vocational learning and employment and employability support. The majority of our 770+ member organisations are independent providers (from both the private and the third sectors) holding contracts with the Skills Funding Agency, the Department for Education (Education Funding Agency) and the Department of Work and Pensions.http://www.aelp.org.uk/
The Employment Related Services Association (ERSA) is the representative body for the employment support sector which supports jobseekers to gain, sustain and progress in work. ERSA members span the private, public and voluntary sectors ranging from multinationals through to small specialist charities operating in their local communities.http://www.ersa.org.uk
The IEP is the membership body for employability professionals. The IEP is dedicated to supporting the people who support others gain work, progress in work and retain work.
Our purpose is empowering individuals to perform to a professional standard. championing employability as a recognised profession, securing employer recognition and creating a network of opportunity.
We are committed to building a programme for the future that provides value for our individual mem¬bers and affiliates, collaborating with partners to create and deliver quality content and information, learning opportunities, peer connections and support that enhances individual performance from sector professionals operating in a myriad of different practitioner environments. Through our range of mem¬ber benefits and the sharing of best practice and knowledge we aim to build our profession – a thriving, energetic, creative frontline of trained, skilled and knowledgeable professionals — encouraging them to support each other and develop the profession’s skills and expertise together.http://www.myiep.uk/
Seetec Employment & Skills
Seetec Employment & Skills operates as part of the wider Seetec Group, helping over 100,000 individuals every year to find work and improve both their pre-employment and in-work skills. Working across the UK and Republic of Ireland we work with a diverse range of partners to deliver services that offer innovative and effective solutions that improve people’s lives.http://www.seetec.co.uk