At SCF we have also recognised the need to ensure our social legacy work is reflective of the needs of the communities; the way in which individuals are seeking to further their employability, find out more about the industry, and access sustainable employment opportunities. Rising to these challenges, we have reviewed our polices and made a number of changes. We have developed a social legacy charter, (see here for more information) and adapted our Employment and Skills Plans to include a network of support agencies working across a diverse range of groups to increase employability of individuals. In addition, we have also included for the provision of virtual work experience, careers and curriculum enrichment options as part of a blended approach to promoting the industry as a vibrant, varied and exciting place to build a career.
Finally, we have bolstered our team in Devon with the appointment of a Procurement Graduate Millie Perkins – look at our social media this week to find out how Millie’s first few months with the team has been.