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Meet the Team of the Year!

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This month’s webinar is presented by the Employment Support Team at Radian.  The team won the Employability Professionals award for ‘team of the year’ – that ‘Recognises a team of frontline staff which has demonstrated outstanding commitment in meeting, and exceeding, the delivery aims of an employment service’.

At the time of the award, the Minister for Disabled People, Health and Work, Penny Mordaunt MP said:

“It’s truly inspiring to hear stories about the excellent work that businesses are doing to help people get into, and stay in employment . This would not be possible without the tireless efforts of front line staff who make such a difference to people’s lives every single day.”

Join us to hear how they did it!  This webinar will go through the steps the team took to establish their service;

  • setting targets and KPIs
  • reaching out to employers
  • motivating residents towards their goals
  • sustaining employment outcomes

Panel

  • Chris Adams
    Chris Adams has worked for Radian for 16 years. His current role as Employment and Training Manager oversees a team that directly supports residents into training and employment. Chris ran a Supported Housing unit and a youth centre for Radian, and set up and operated a very successful Catering Social Enterprise called Rkdia for 7 years. He has also set up projects supporting young people, mainly young offenders, in and around Portsmouth. Chris has a wealth of experience to share on this webinar.
  • Lynsey Sweeney
    Lynsey joined Give us a Chance in 2014, following three years advising the National Housing Federation on housing, employment and skills. Lynsey’s background is in education, training and work based learning and skills.
  • Francis Sealey
    Francis Sealey is Founder, GlobalNet21, a former producer at the BBC for The Open University, Francis has extensive experience of engaging with local communities. GlobalNet21 was set up to engage diverse audiences of citizens and communities in discussing the big issues of the 21st century.