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18 September 2020

Learn more on the Kickstart Scheme at our webinar on Tuesday 29 September

Learn more on the Kickstart Scheme at our webinar on Tuesday 29 September

Following on from BPIF announcing that they would seek to become an intermediary for the Government Kickstart Scheme, we are now in a position where we will be submitting our first application on behalf of our network. 

We would expect to hear the outcome of the application with the next 4 weeks and we are hoping that this process will clarify some questions that we have regarding the scheme. With this in mind, BPIF’s Managing Director of Training, Karly Lattimore will be hosting a webinar on Tuesday 29 September at 3.00pm in which she will be:

- Giving an overview of the scheme and answering questions that have already been raised by our network

- Detailing the employability support that the BPIF can offer to employers who are not in the position to offer this themselves 

- Sharing good practice examples of how organisations might be using the kickstart scheme to support long term employment of young people

- Giving an overview of other schemes under the Government’s Plans for Jobs initiative and how the BPIF can support with access to these

To register for this webinar, please click the link below. 

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Ceri Priddle
Ceri Priddle
01676 526039