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Changes to written statements of employment particulars.

GEN² who act on behalf of KCC as Managing Agent on all property matters are running a day of statutory compliance training starting with Asbestos and Fire in the morning, and Water Hygiene in the afternoon.

Aimed at young people between the ages of 11 and 18.

Run a Beep Beep! Day to engage Early Years in road safety basics.

We would like to invite all Headteachers to our termly Headteacher Briefings which are now co-produced with KAH.

Inaugural International Education Symposium at Sevenoaks School to encourage rethinking creativity in schools.

A £75 Amazon voucher to one lucky winner.

Maidstone and Mid-Kent Mind are pleased to be partnering with Youth Resilience UK to deliver a brand-new programme in Maidstone, known as ‘Mind the Knife’.

This is a great show for young people to come and see as it features drama, movement, humour, spoken word and anime.

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KCC news

This National Apprenticeship Week, Kent County Council is reminding employers they can get financial assistance from the Local Authority to help them take on an apprentice. As a large employer, KCC pays an apprenticeship levy to the Government and, in return, receives levy funds to spend on apprenticeships for its own new and existing staff.…

This Children’s Mental Health Week, young people in Kent are being invited to visit a new website designed to help keep them emotionally healthy – and there is a separate site aimed at helping parents support their children’s mental health too. MoodSpark (www.moodspark.org.uk) has been developed for young people in Kent, with young people in…

Three young apprentices have shared stories of their own journeys as Kent County Council prepares to mark National Apprenticeship Week. Ellie Powling, 19, from Gravesend, completed Level 2 and Level 3 Apprenticeships at KCC and secured a job at the council sixth months before finishing the last course. Alice Ditcher, 21, from Maidstone, is currently…

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