Employability Services looks at placing and developing the skills and education of adults in North East Lincolnshire to get them into sustainable employment.
Our service 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 disability. We work with individuals to offer support to break down these barriers.
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, Work Programme providers, NELC, YPSS, Training Providers, Schools, Adult Social Care and Shaw Trust.
We also work closely with businesses to establish their recruitment needs and help them find qualified and motivated employees for their roles.
Unlike traditional recruitment agencies, we continue to work with businesses and individuals after placement, providing support and additional training if required.
We want to make sure people are given opportunities and the chance to reach their potential and aspirations, and that employers get skilled and motivated employees.
Bryndis joined Employability in 2013 when she started a voluntary placement at the Curzon Centre as a Trainee Support Worker. Within a few months she gained an Apprenticeship Health Care Assistant Position with the 360 Care Community Nursing Team.
Since completing her Apprenticeship in 2015, Bryndis has gone from strength to strength and gained a substantive Health Care Assistant role, quickly followed by promotion to the role of Assistant Practitioner.
The confidence this has given her has led to her not only building her career, but also studying at University whilst juggling the demands of her four children.
Val Waterhouse Centre
41-43 Kent Street
Monday – Friday 8.30am – 5.00pm
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Charlotte was referred to Employability Services through Navigo Services as she wanted to regain confidence and skills within the care sector. Charlotte is currently on
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