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Global employment and training firm signs up to support GUAC

Give us a Chance (GUAC) welcomes international employment and training organisation APM as an associate member to the consortium.

Founded in 1994 by four female occupational therapists, APM is an international employment and training business with more than 1,200 staff at 400 sites in UK, Australia & New Zealand.

A private company still wholly owned by its founders, APM UK delivers a diverse portfolio of employment, skills, youth and justice contracts, most notably Work Programme, Working Capital and National Citizen Service. APM is now the largest UK provider of National Offender Management Services.

Through their new partnership with GUAC, APM will continue to build on their core work within the UK, and increase its reach and partnership potential within the UK’s housing sector.

Speaking of the new associate members, Chair of GUAC, Ian Simpson said “I’m delighted to welcome APM on board, as they continue to build their reach within the UK. GUAC and APM have a shared purpose, and together we’ll be able to better create real opportunities for the housing sector to continue to transform lives through employment support.”

New GUAC Chair elected

Give us a Chance (GUAC) board members have elected a new Chair of the Board, following Jayne Entwistle’s departure from Great Places. Board member Jon Fisher, Head of Communities at Sovereign, takes over the role as Chair from today, Monday 10th September. Speaking of his appointment, Jon Fi...

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Sign up for the joint ERSA and Give us a Chance conference, London, 12 September 2018

Join ERSA and GUAC at this one day conference in central London on 12 September. The conference will play host to over 100 stakeholders and thought leaders from across the employment support and housing sectors and seeks to provide theoretical and practical examples of integrated services that ar...

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