Eight young positive people greeted guest employers and their trained volunteer mentors at the first BEEP celebration event on Friday 21 October. Without doubt employers, mentors and the Motiv8-SW team were ‘blown away’ by the young people who have so far struggled to make positive steps towards work. Their presentations to the audience and their confidence in answering some challenging questions was impressive. These young people have gained more than the Health & Safety and First Aid Certificates they have grown in confidence, become a team, thought about their own skills and aspirations, and planned a positive future. Chelsea said “BEEP is the best programme – I felt that the team genuinely cared for me and my future … Rob (the trainer) is the best”.
These eight young people will have their trained volunteer mentors to support them from now on as they transition towards employment.
Be part of BEEP. Beep is a charity without your support more young people like these, (who are potential mechanics, barbers, hairdressers, farm workers and graphic artists), will be left behind.
Find out about the latest round of calls for the European Structural and Investment Fund (ESIF) at our update and networking for collaboration event:
||Tuesday 21st July 2015
||09:00 for 09:30 start – finish at 12.00 noon
||Exeter Corn Exchange, Market Street, Exeter, EX1 1BW
This free event is an opportunity to hear about the latest round of calls, the realities of running European Funded programmes and it will provide an opportunity to meet with potential partners.
Booking is essential. Please book on this link https://www.eventbrite.com/e/european-structural-and-investment-fund-esif-update-tickets-17443174003
||Arrival, registration and refreshments
||Welcome and housekeeping
||Mark Shepherd, Waitrose – Chair and/or Kay Eldergill, Met Office – Vice Chair of Exeter & Heart of Devon Employment & Skills Board (EHOD ESB)
||Working together to build a World Class Workforce
||Cllr Rosie Denham, Exeter City Council – Economy & Culture
||European Structural and Investment Fund (ESIF):
||Heidi Hallam, Heart of the South West Local Enterprise Partnership (HotSW LEP) – Partnerships Manager
||Catherine Stevens, Big Lottery Fund
||The reality of running ESF funded programmes
||George Curry, Westward Pathfinder – Chief Executive
||Final questions and comments
||Mark Shepherd or Kay Eldergill