Back in 2019 the City & Guilds Foundation was established to really amplify City & Guilds’ purpose and particularly focus on supporting individuals who face significant barriers in developing their skills. Over the past 3 years we have supported a range of people including Prisoners, ex-offenders, care leavers, refugees and young people at risk of becoming NEET. What was becoming more and more obvious when we were talking to some of our charity partners in these spaces was the common...
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Jennifer works on the development of impactful communities and collaborations in the Foundation.
She is particularly focused on the Princess Royal Training Awards employer network and our work on the Foundation Collective.
She is very focused on building activating and maximising relationships across our network to deliver impact and ultimately our purpose.
When she’s not in work, Jennifer enjoys spending time with friends and family, playing and listening to music, baking and reading a good book!
learner | adaptability | input | intellection | achiever
The latest stories from Jennifer Warner on the City & Guilds Foundation website:
Cox London: Valuing individuality and diversity
Research by UNESCO in 2022 into the creative industries demonstrated a decline in the value of the cultural and leisure sectors and a substantial loss of jobs since the Covid-19 pandemic.
OnSide: A sustainable approach to securing the next generation of leaders
The youth work sector has faced significant challenges in recent years, with a billion-pound reduction in investment and a depleting pool of talent in senior leadership.
Travis Perkins: Trailblazing in the construction sector
Travis Perkins plc, one of the UK’s leading builders merchants, has been proactive in tackling the challenges facing the construction industry.
Helping our partners in the offender / reoffending space to embrace neurodiversity
Last week was my second week of secondment with the Foundation Team and I was fortunate to be able to attend a two-day Neurodiversity Train the Trainer event. It was delivered by Helen Arnold Richardson from DO-It Solutions, and was specifically for our Foundation charity partners who work with offenders and ex-offenders – all with one shared goal, to reduce reoffending. Our partners in this space includes St Giles, Groundwork, Bounce Back, No Going Back and HMP Hull – as well as colleagues...