HOT OFF THE PRESS- CONFIRMED SPEAKERS FOR EMPLOYABILITY DAY 2019

GiveGetGo is Liverpool’s only volunteering and jobs programme that is supported by a host of housing associations, civic and anchor institutions and venues.

It’s also one of the UK’s few ‘Good Help’ Awardees and winner of ERSA Awards.

Our event on Employability Day is dedicated to celebrating success, sharing ideas about good help, exploring challenges and advancing the idea of ‘people helping people’ to find employment, and how you can be a part of that!!

What is Employability Day?

Now in its fourth year, Employability Day is the UK’s largest celebration for organisations and employers supporting people into work. Last year over 700 organisations across the country took part.  Please join us, Transform Lives Company, to find out how we are innovating in employment support through the pioneering GiveGetGo Partnership in Liverpool city region.

For the budding, growing or scaling social entrepreneurs among you there is also a pre-event hosted by Unltd showcasing how social enterprises are creating employment with an opportunity to find out more about Unltd support.

**Find out why TLC believes it’s not just what you do that matters, it’s how you do it!  What is the ‘Good Help’ movement? Hear from Rich Wilson about the ‘Good and Bad Help to Work’ report (backed by Lottery, Nesta and Government).

**Get involved in the pioneering Liverpool-based GiveGetGo Partnership; hear from key partners who’ve created unique opportunities in Liverpool for more than 3 years.

**Help us close the gaps by exploring how you can be involved in GiveGetGo.  Let’s create productive relationships and new connections today! Find out how employers are helping close the gap.  Explore ideas with people who’ve taken part.

Confirmed Speakers:

  • Carol Costello, HR Director, University of Liverpool
  • Cat Chrimes, Venture Manager, Unltd
  • Rich Wilson, Director, Osca, the social innovation lab, a Nesta partner
  • Emma Sneyd, Head of Engagement and Partnerships, Plus Dane Housing
  • James Beale, a systems innovator, Proper Job Theatre, Huddersfield
  • Nick O’Shea, an enterprise innovator, Ignition Brewery, London
  • Tracy Fishwick, a systems changer, Transform Lives Company, Liverpool