Talent Match SCR - No One Left Behind

23rd October 2017

We are very excited about inviting you to the above day Conference, 9:30am till 3:30pm, and hope you can join us! No One Left Behind is Talent Match Sheffield City Region's opportunity to celebrate and share the success stories of the project over the last 2 years, recognise all involved with its delivery and of course not forget the fundamental reason the project exists: To ensure NO young person is left behind! Where? The free-to-attend conference will take place in the New York Suite of AESSEAL New York Stadium, Rotherham, overlooking the stunning pitch.

Free car park is available on site, accessible from Don Street. For full directions please visit the Stadium website. The programme: Hosted by BBC's Tom Ingall, a familiar face on Look North, the event programme will engage and inspire with a mix of speaker presentations, live voting sessions, the throwing and catching of questions (curious?), 'on the sofa' interviews with young people, video stories, a mini awards ceremony and even a surprise musical interlude or two! Speakers include: Gail Gibbons, Chair Sheffield Futures Nigel Brewster, Vice Chair - Sheffield City Region LEP Sophie Maxwell, Author of 'The £1.80 Sandwich' Peter Wells, Professor of Public Policy Analysis and Evaluation, CRESR, Sheffield Hallam University Tom Ingall, BBC Look North Journalist Delegates will... : ...hear about the value and impact of both the national and regional Talent Match programme ...hear what Talent Match Sheffield City Region does differently ...share in the celebrations of the achievements of Talent Match Sheffield City Region's young people ...be inspired by the belief and value of Talent Match's innovative and holistic approach ...be energised and motivated about the future legacy planning of employment programmes within Sheffield City Region (and beyond) Who should attend? Employers already engaged with TMSCR Employers and HR managers interested in exploring engagement Youth organisation leaders Training providers Mental Health and Health and Welfare agencies Local Government representatives Faith and Community leaders Sponsorship opportunities: If you are interested in supporting the conference and this fantastic project, there are a number of packages available. No One Left Behind is the perfect opportunity for you to place your brand in front of local, relevant audiences and be associated with a project of such important social impact. Packages will all be priced at £500 +vat and will include a presence at the event if required. For more details please contact Opening Doors & Venues (appointed conference organisers) by emailing events@opening-doors.org.uk or by phoning 01562731788. We look forward to hearing from you! Free to attend so register today! We'd love for you to attend our conference and find out more about Talent Match's successes and our plans for the future. We've helped young people from across the region to achieve amazing things and we can't wait to share their inspiring stories with you. REGISTER FREE HERE Join the Twitter conversation We'd love to hear from you so please join the conversation on Twitter@SheffieldTM using the conference hashtags #TMSCR17 and#Nooneleftbehind Contact us For all conference related enquiries please contact the appointed organisers: Opening Doors & Venues For and on behalf of Talent Match Sheffield City Region 2017 Email: events@opening-doors.org.uk Phone: 01562 731788

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