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Thursday 25 April 2019

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In May we’ll be running two consultation webinars to help us to respond to key proposals from the Government which could shape the work of your organisation.

The Online Harms White Paper sets out the Government’s plans for a world-leading package of measures to keep UK users safe online. This is likely to influence policy for many years and has a clear connection with the work we all do to help people use the internet to be happier, healthier and better off. On Thursday 23 May, Charles Lawley our External Communications Manager will be leading a webinar to get your thoughts on the key questions the white paper raises.

Not able to make it on Thursday? Complete this short survey to have your say.

The Government has also started the process of reviewing post-16 qualifications at level 3 and below. The proposed national entitlement from 2020 will fully fund adults with no or low digital skills to undertake the new qualifications. This is likely to have a big impact on learning opportunities that are offered to many people. Join our learning team on Tuesday 14 May, 2 - 3pm, we’d like to hear your thoughts!

Register for Online Harms White Paper consultation

Register for post-16 qualifications at level 3 and below

Webinar: how being agile can help your centre

In this two-part webinar, our legal team will be talking all things Governance. Getting to grips with the law can sound difficult but in this webinar we’ll simplify this and consider aspects that you might have missed.

In part one we’ll look at both the pros and cons of different types of organisations. In part two we’ll be looking at the many types of annual reports, from audits to accounts.

Part 1 will take place on Thursday 9 May, 2 - 3 pm
Part 2 will take place on Wednesday 5 June, 1:30 - 2:30 pm

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