Speakers: Dughall Laing, Board Member of Release Scotland; Helen Chamier-Tripp, Service Development Manager, All Cleaned Up (Apex Scotland).
In December Productivity Club will focus on skills and recruitment channels.
Most of the SME organisations we have spoken to lately, highlighted skills shortages and recruitment challenges as current issues for their businesses.
What if there were ways to diversify recruitment channels and to develop people skills?
Over December, Productivity Club will investigate how organisations across the country have come up with new ideas and strategies to meet the needs of their business.
Dughall Laing, Board Member of Release Scotland will be our expert speaker and will share his knowledge about helping people with criminal records entering or returning to the labour market. The case study speaker from All Cleaned Up is Helen Chamier-Tripp.
Helen Chamier-Tripp, Service Development Manager, All Cleaned Up (Apex Scotland)
Helen is currently a Service Development Manager with Apex Scotland. Prior to that she worked with the City of Edinburgh Council within their finance department. She has worked with Apex, covering multiple geographical locations throughout Scotland and has had responsibility for developing new services and staff teams, working with some of the most challenging service user groups. She is currently responsible for services in the Fife, Edinburgh and Lothians locality – developing a new Skills Academy model for individuals with an offending background.
If you are interested in learning more on the topic or if you want to share your experience and support others, this is the event for you.
Register now and join the conversation.