This year has seen many changes to our working lives and a significant portion of the workforce moving their desks from the office to the living room. The shift to remote working has seen many employers faced with the challenge of on-boarding new members of staff remotely rather than in person. The induction of a new recruit, particularly of a young person moving into their first job, can make or break their experience with the organisation.
In challenging times, people, and teams, like you and yours, can add more value to your customers and business by learning how to work more effectively together. To support you with developing this and to help your remote working relationships Get The Gen, www.getthegen.com , have specially developed an interactive webinar for you.
With over 5000 placements required each year for young people in our region, this training will give you valuable advice, guidance and a best practice toolkit. It aims to provide you with support in the delivery of meaningful work placements for young people that offer the best value to your business. ‘Delivering Meaningful Work Placements’ is designed to support individuals who supervise and manage work placements within their organisations or would like to find out how to.
At DYW we have seen the positive impact of when businesses are involved in informing and inspiring young people while they are still in education. For employers, engagement in schools and colleges supports talent attraction and can build industry and brand awareness. This engagement helps to build young people’s skills for both work and life, adds relevance to their academic work and raises their career aspirations.
Whether you’re mentoring young people through work placements, apprenticeships or jobs this free training webinar offers practical insights and guidance to hone the skills required. During the session you will explore key mentoring skills and will also receive a detailed guide to mentoring that is packed full of practical hints and tips as well as sources of reference for further self-directed learning.