As news breaks of eight potential youth services mutuals receiving support from the Cabinet Office Mutuals Information Service, as reported by Local Government Chronicle (LGC), Prospects invites local authorities and public sector organisations to attend a breakfast briefing to find out how establishing a mutual, joint venture or public private partnership could help them rise to the challenge of delivering ever improving services to the communities they serve, while pursuing a relentless drive towards greater efficiency and smaller budgets.
The BBC is this morning covering a report from the Association of Colleges which suggests that while parents have a role to play in their children's career decisions- and 70% of young people trust the job advice their parents give them - unfortunately parents could unintentionally be holding their children back through out of date and badly informed views.
Last week, Prospects Work Programme team took part in the Dorset Evening Echo jobs fair in Weymouth.
Last night (15 May), the winners of the fourth annual Croydon Business Awards were announced at a gala dinner and awards ceremony at Fairfield Halls, Croydon.
Earlier this month a group of independent judges, made up of business mentors and Consultants, company Directors and Chief Executives, gathered at Prospects House to embark on a challenge — judging 105 finalists for the London Business Awards.