As the most recent ONS labour market statistics highlight, self-employment is continuing to grow, which is why IPSE is helping to support and prepare the next generation of independent professionals through its collaboration with universities.
IPSE is proud to introduce Nottingham Trent University School of Art and Design and Middlesex University as our first University Partners. IPSE will be working closely with University Partners to deliver workshops, provide expert resources and enhance existing enterprise initiatives.
IPSE, the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self Employed, has commented on today’s (Tuesday 19 July) CBI/Pearson Education and Skills Survey.
Lydia Wakefield, IPSE Education and Training Manager, talks development opportunities for the self-employed and the launch of IPSE Academy
Training opportunities for the self-employed are now more accessible than ever before thanks to IPSE Academy, a new offering from the largest trade association representing the UK’s independent professionals and the self-employed.
IPSE’s Education and Training Manager, Lydia Wakefield explains her new role and the work she will be undertaking.
Guardian, VICE, and Radio Times writer Stuart Heritage gives us an insight into his life as a freelance journalist.
IPSE Magazine Editor, Benedict Smith casts the spotlight on the role of self-employment in schools and universities.