Belina “Highly Commended” at ERSA awards

Belina has been highly commended for its innovative approach to helping parents get back to work at the ERSA Employability Awards, which champion best practice from across the employment related services sector. The aim is to highlight the day-to-day hard work and dedication of individuals and organisations who support jobseekers to find employment, and make a genuine difference in people’s lives.

Georgia Scotland, Rt Hon Stephen Timms MP, Liz Sewell & Mercedes Grant

The Belina team meet the Rt Hon Stephen Timms MP, Georgia Scotland, Liz Sewell & Mercedes Grant

The announcement was made at a short ceremony in London attended by over 200 people, including  Shadow Employment Minister the Rt Hon. Stephen Timms MP  (left).The ceremony was addressed by the Minster for Employment, Esther McVey,

Kirsty Mchugh, ERSA Chief Executive, said:

“I would like to say huge congratulations to all the winners and finalists of the 2014 ERSA Employability Awards. Moving into employment can truly change people’s lives and this is why it is so important that we recognise those, who through their hard work and dedication, are supporting jobseekers into work.”

 Liz Sewell, Belina Consulting’s Director, said

We would like to say thank you to everyone who has supported our work, especially  those who helped us win the bid EOS, Remploy, A4e, Workplace Newham and Masbro Urban Partnership. Our project is based on respect for parents. We trust they want the best for their families. We help them find a way through to work that suits their particular circumstances. And we do it in a relaxed and enjoyable way, because we believe people make better choices when they feel confident and motivated.”


Mercedes Grant and Liz Sewell, "Delighted"

Mercedes Grant and Liz Sewell, “Delighted”

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