Employability Services supports people across Northern Lincolnshire aged 14 years and up to retirement, developing their employability skills and supporting them on a pathway to sustainable employment.
Employability Services promotes social inclusion and understands the difficulties people face in finding suitable work due to lack of experience, skills, opportunity or other barriers such as a disability. The service provides a person centred approach offering support to break down any barriers to employment.
This is achieved via a multi award-winning Employability ‘Pathway Model’ of initiatives, including:-
The service works in partnership with other multi agencies who support the skills and worklessness agenda including Jobcentre Plus, NELC, YPSS, Training Providers, Schools, Adult Social Care and Prince’s Trust.
Employability Services also work closely with businesses to establish their recruitment needs and to help them find qualified and motivated employees for their roles.
Unlike traditional recruitment agencies, Employability Services provide an aftercare support package continuing to work with businesses and individuals after placement, providing further help if required for the employer and employee.
We want to make sure people are given every opportunity to reach their full potential and career aspirations, and that employers get skilled and motivated employees.
Shannon approached Employability Services asking for support to gain some quality hands on work experience. Following an initial assessment, a Traineeship work placement was identified with the Continence Team at Care Plus Group as a Trainee Continence Support Worker; helping and supporting the team with a variety of administration, calls and stock rotation tasks.
Shannon excelled so well on her Traineeship that she progressed onto a Kickstart Job Placement within the same role.
Having further enhanced her skills Shannon was so motivated she enrolled at Leicester University to study Health & Social Care with the aspiration to become a Paediatric Nurse.
Recently, the Adult Autism Service received a message from, Christian, a member of our local community that was supported by our services. He wants to