Skills 4 Newsletter October 2021

Caroline Brown play to your strengths workshop

Online Alumni Workshop

‘Playing To Your Strengths’ with guest speaker Caroline Brown was our third online Alumni workshop held this year. The event was fully booked and once again received brilliant feedback from our Alumni. Our next event will be held in November with guest speaker Dara Jafari, Regional Director at Faithful + Gould.

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Our First Podcast!

Following on from Caroline’s excellent Alumni workshop last week we have followed up by creating a Podcast  version of the talk. The Podcast is available to everyone not just our Alumni. We look forward to creating a full series of Podcasts for you to listen to.

Click here to listen to the Podcast




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Jayne gives Construction News Masterclass

Jayne continues to support the Inspiring Women In Construction campaign with her latest webinar talk on “Positive Impressions”. The webinar looked at barriers seen in recruitment in more senior roles with Jayne discussing, amongst other things, the need of women to feel represented when looking to join the construction sector.

More on the event here. 



Paul Robertson advising SKills 4 on their training marketing media

Paul Turns Strategic Advisor

Paul Robertson, a former board member of Skills 4, is now continuing to provide PR and marketing support for Skills 4 in an advisory role. Having recently retired as head of communications of Newcastle City Council he has more than 30 years’ experience in all aspects of media.

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Our Clients Win Top Awards

Congratulations to two of our clients who this year have scooped top employer awards. Atkins placed in the ‘Top 50 Employers for Women’ whilst Arcadis places in the ‘Top 5 Best Big Companies To Work For’. Working with them we know just how hard they work at creating and maintaining a people first culture with the work they are doing inline with their diversity and inclusion strategies amongst other areas.

Both these clients have successfully put 100’s of women though our award-winning EMPOWER: Career Development for Women Programme which is designed to help further their careers and help organisations improve culture and close their gender pay gap.

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