Our employment and training projects support a whole range of people – some are for specific groups, like young people, emigrant women who are asylum seekers or have a refugee background, single parents or older people with health issues.
Many of the people we serve have an English language barrier and lack of confidence.
We provide ESOL classes to improve their level of English and we also organise and arrange workshops and soft skills specific or job training such as customer service, CV writing, online job searching and interview strategies to improve their confidence.
Our deep value relationships meet the individual’s specific needs by looking at all aspects of their lives, having an eye on their long-term ambitions and goals, from which we can provide sustainable support.
We have supported over 300 unemployed people so far, over a third of whom went on to find employment and many more have gone onto further training.