HR Director Dinner Series 2018: Education


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Central Birmingham restaurant - full details on booking

Hosted by ADI Group, this dinner for HR Directors will discuss education and the role that businesses can play to prepare and inspire disadvantaged young people for future work.

Many businesses have developed links with schools to help ‘level the playing field’ and offer a range of insights and experiences to prepare and inspire disadvantaged young people for future work.  What is less wide spread is how business links that work directly with their future recruitment planning. 
Rachael Saunders, Education Director for Business in the Community will share with you some examples of how businesses are looking to feed their talent pipeline with the diverse young people they encounter through their education activities with schools and provide some practical examples of interventions businesses are finding the most effective.  
ADI Group will share examples of how they have engaged with schools, focussing on how they created the UK’s first engineering pre-apprenticeship scheme for 14 to 16 year olds, designed to revolutionise the future of STEM education in the UK and tackle the nationwide deficit in high-quality apprenticeships.
The evening's agenda
The evening will begin at 6pm with a drinks reception, followed by a sit down dinner and the opportunity to listen to expert speakers on this topic. The evening will finish by 9.30pm.
This event is designed to benefit HR Directors/Chief HR officers/Personnel Directors/Chief People Officers and is free for members of Business in the Community.

How to book
Book your place at this HR Director Dinner by contacting Chelsie Riley, Leadership Engagement Co-ordinator.