Employability Services aim to support local unemployed people aged 14 plus into employment whilst increasing confidence and overall mental health and wellbeing.
Employability Service offer a structured voluntary placement opportunity for up to 26 weeks, designed to develop occupational skills and knowledge in a professional working environment within a chosen career path. They provide a range of voluntary placement initiatives that can fit around you and your specific employability needs. These include:
A structured voluntary placement scheme is designed to support participants to develop occupational skills and knowledge in a professional environment.
This is an opportunity to try out a potential employee before offering them a job and to ensure the role and environment are suitable for the participant.
This a work experience training opportunity for students with Special Educational Needs / Disabilities to gain skills, experience and knowledge within a real-life working environment.
There are two phases to the initiative:
Employability provides a comprehensive support package for you throughout your voluntary placement journey, including:
We provide voluntary placements in a range of rewarding roles and sectors including:
Val Waterhouse Centre
41-43 Kent Street
Monday – Friday 8.30am – 5.00pm
Contact Employability Services directly
From the Carers Wellbeing Team at Queen Street comprising of Angie Hunt, Nic Harmon, Tina Hooper and Sue Boon. During the last year we have
The Care Plus Group Charitable Trust has recently donated £100 to the Macmillan Living with and Beyond Cancer team, as they continue to support people