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#WIN_Initiative - creating career opportunities for YBM in the construction industry

Officially launched on 9 May 2018, by the Mayor of London at the Tideway site - Chambers Wharf in Bermondsey, the Workforce Integration Network [WIN] initiative will cover an array of sectors, with the core objective being social mobility for under-represented groups across London. The keynote was delivered by Deputy Mayor for Social Integration, Social Mobility and Community Engagement, Dr Debbie Weekes-Bernard. On Monday 15 April 2019, taking place at the London ‘home of engineering’ i.e. the Institution of Civil Engineers located just off Parliament Square, the first official Jobs Fair was held in full support and recognition of the compelling and well documented business case for young b

DCS Chair invited to 'inspire' BAME under-grad students at NTU

The concept of entering the jobs market is always a daunting affair for newly emerging graduates, keen to find themselves and an opportunity to excel beyond their wildest dreams. In fact the day-to-day challenges of seeking, securing and maintaining a professional career is a life-long complexity for everyone, but particularly acute for those from the BAME community. It was during the November 2018, 150th Year anniversary celebrations, held at RICS HQ in Parliament Square, when DCS Chair and Founder, Bola Abisogun OBE FRICS was approached by Keith Agar FRICS, who sits on RICS Governing Council. Keith began to share the industry experiences of some of his previous students that had graduated

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