What to Expect for Reducing Worklessness and Economic Inactivity in Wales Digital Conference
Senedd Insight’s Reducing Worklessness and Economic Inactivity in Wales will be broadcast live on Wednesday 26th May 2021. As a highly anticipated conference, this year’s event looks to further explore how a public health approach, job creation and additional funding could help tackle unemployment.
The full-day agenda will feature keynote address, panel discussions and case studies. The digital event will explore how supporting marginalised groups into employment and tackling the root causes of worklessness are key to the economic recovery during and post COVID-19.
Snapshot of the agenda:
09:30 - 10:00 Keynote Address: Building Sustainable Work Opportunities to Help Create a Skilled Wales
• Sue Husband, Director, Business in the Community Wales
10:00 - 10:40 Panel Discussion: Ensuring No One is Left Behind in the Economic and Work Response to COVID-19
• Phil Jones, Director, The Prince’s Trust Cymru
• Alison Thomas, Chief Executive Officer, RCS Wales
• Rebecca Woolley, Director, Citizens Advice Cymru
10:45 - 11:15 Developing Multi-Agency Approaches to Reduce Economic Inactivity at a Local Level
• Libby Duo, Principal Skills and Employment Officer, Conwy Borough Council
12:30 - 13:00 Case Study: Supporting People Back into Work to Help Stimulate Economic Recovery
• Liam Matthews, ICan Work Programme Lead, Rhyl City Strategy Wales
13:30 - 14:20 Panel Discussion: Tackling Worklessness through Health: Supporting vulnerable groups to return to the workplace
• Alison Brown, Workplace Wellbeing Services Manager, Mind Cymru
• Mary-Ann McKibben, Consultant in Public Health (Healthy Settings), Public Health Wales
14:20 - 15:15 Panel Discussion: Ensuring Ex-Offenders have Meaningful Work Opportunities
• Greg Fisher, Regional Employment Broker - Wales, HM Prison and Probation Service Wales
• David Bennet, Liaison Officer, The Wallich
• Lawrence Beach, Operations Manager, Acorn People
The full agenda and speaker line-up is available to download on the website. Register at https://bit.ly/2Zle10i
Reducing Worklessness and Economic Inactivity in Wales Digital Conference
26th May 2021
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