Manufacturing Talent Rules!
Navigating the Impact of Brexit on Manufacturing Talent
f there is an end to Free Movement of EU Citizens post-Brexit many Northern Irish businesses will face a significant challenge. This workshop will provide manufacturers with an overview as to proposed changes and how to put plans in place to prepare for any changes brought about after 31st October 2019.
Delivered by immigration law specialist Sarah Henry of Granite Legal Services and David Drysdale and Sheila Davidson of Inspire Business Centre these practical and informative workshops will:
Advise manufacturers how best to support non-UK workers at this uncertain time.
Signpost information resources and support services available to non-UK workers currently working in Northern Ireland.
Give an overview of the current settlement system in place and proposed changes post-Brexit (including likely costs)
Provide advice on how manufacturers can now begin pragmatically planning for these post-Brexit changes
Outline how manufacturers can utilise Programmes such as ‘Bridge to Employment’ to further engage local talent and close the skills gap.
Post-workshop attendees will also have access to;
Specialist ‘Drop In’ Clinics
Immigration and Employment Law ‘Drop In’ Clinic –
Granite Legal Services (Zoom Video)
Harnessing local talent ‘Drop In Clinic’ – Inspire Business Centre (Zoom Video)
£225 per attendee
(£150 per attendee for Manufacturing Talent Rules! partners).
For further information please contact
Susie Cleland, Deputy CEO Centre for Competitiveness at firstname.lastname@example.org
Numbers will be limited to 12 attendees per workshop. Places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
Dates and Venues
Innovation Centre, Catalyst Inc:
Tuesday 10th &
Wednesday 18th September
Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council Offices
Thursday 19th September
Workshop: 9.15 am – 11.30am with complimentary networking breakfast 8.45am – 9.15am