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IAPT Employment Advisors National Networking Forum

Update & lessons learned: sharing Wave 1 experiences, outcomes & guidance

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Who should attend?

‘Delivering Employment Support in IAPT Services’ was held in 2017 and attended by IAPT services, Mental Health Trusts and charities, including: Senior Employment Advisor & Employment Advisor Employability Programme Manager, Employment Services Manager Head of Employment Coaching & Employment Support Interface Manager Clinical Lead, Team Leader, Project Lead Head of IAPT, IAPT Service Manager, IAPT Programme Manager Network Manager, General Manager, Wellbeing Service Manager Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner, Senior PWP


Practical advice to enable your service’s integrated IAPT and Employment Support

Previously held in 2017 and described as “Informative, interesting, and stimulating”, this dedicated forum provides a great opportunity for Senior Employment Advisors, Employment Advisors, IAPT Clinical Leads, Team Leaders and Project Managers to come together, reflect and create a plan to move forward.

Join together with Department of Health Lead, Kevin Jarman as well as wave 1 implementers

By attending this unique gathering, you will gain honest and open advice from those who are already established in employment support, mapping how they prepared their services and how they continue to achieve better outcomes for their clients. Sessions on the day will offer practical guidance covering:

• Lessons learnt from wave 1: recruiting or procuring EAs, EAs integration and working practices
• Integrated employment support: models of delivery and working with other providers
• National picture: developments in integrated IAPT and employment support
 Ensuring effective data collection and correct recording: monthly reports and statistics explored
• Evaluation expectations: engaging in the evaluation process for the Initiative
• First national training programme for IAPT Employment Advisers: current targets and aims

Revolutionise your service approach to helping clients retain and find employment

This second annual forum will feature an engaging mixture of interactive presentations and open discussions, providing a great opportunity to share good practice locally and gain information on the national picture.

With wave 2 sites starting in the autumn, this conference will give you a good understanding of exactly what you need to get in place to be successful. Featuring:

  • Kevin Jarman, Employment Advisor in IAPT Service Lead, Work and Health Unit
  • Saxon Chadwick, Employment Services Operations Manager, Southdown Housing and Health in Mind, High Weald, Lewes and Haven & Eastbourne, Hailsham and Seaford
  • Katy Cornish, Employment Service Project Manager, Talk Changes, City & Hackney IAPT
  • Chris Eldridge, Director of Operations, IAPTUS
  • Byron George, PCMIS Director, PCMIS
  • Paul Jennings, Principal Information Analyst, Psychological Therapies, NHS Digital
  • Navneet Dalton, Work and Health Unit, Department of Work and Pensions
  • Mark Langdon, Work and Health Unit, Department of Work and Pensions
  • Sara Jones, Senior Employment Advisor, Medway Talking Therapies
  • Graeme Jones, Executive Director, Camden Work and Wellbeing by Hillside Clubhouse
  • Roger Butterworth, Trainer/Consultant, Mental Health Employment Specialist


NHS, Public Sector and Charity Organisations (one place) - £199 plus VAT NHS, Public Sector and Charity Organisations (two or more paces) - £149 plus VAT per place


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