For many businesses, having the skills and time to advertise, interview and appoint new team members is a challenge.
Our Business Support service takes away this hassle, providing high-quality, cost-effective and flexible recruitment and training methods.
Part of the Care Plus Group, we support employers to upskill and ‘grow their own’ workforce via a range of free and cost-effective recruitment initiatives and can support your business to successfully recruit new staff.
We fully support the participant and your existing employees, upskilling them and providing mentoring.
The result is a better performing workforce that is motivated, with better employee satisfaction and better staff retention
We provide a range of free and cost-effective recruitment initiatives for businesses based in North East Lincolnshire.
Our paid initiatives provide payment for the individuals at National Apprenticeship Wage, National Minimum Wage or National Living Wage, depending on the age of the participant.
Apprenticeships are a work-based training programme that allow participants to ‘earn as they learn’ and gain a nationally recognised qualification.
Our apprenticeships are for ages 16+ and a 12 month duration. Unlike other apprenticeships, there is no day-release to college as assessments are predominately work-based so you have the advantage of your apprentice working in your business throughout.
Internships are fixed-term graduate training initiatives that allow a business to recruit a graduate on a temporary or permanent basis, whilst giving the individual valuable work experience to complement their degree.
Internships are available for adults aged 21+ and must be for a minimum of 3 months.
An ILM is a unique fixed-term initiative that offers an opportunity for businesses to recruit on a fixed term basis whilst allowing individuals to gain valuable work experience.
It is available for people aged 16+ and last between 3 and 12 months.
For many people, a lack of work experience is a barrier to employment so we also offer a range of voluntary placement options which are free to employers.
A structured voluntary placement scheme is designed to support participants to develop occupational skills and knowledge in a professional environment.
This is for people aged 16+, has a duration of up to 26 weeks and participants will be working a minimum of 16 hours a week.
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 initiative applies to people aged 16+ and has a duration of up to 15 working days.
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; Phase 1 is 2 hours a week in Academic Term time and up to 7 weeks in duration. Throughout this phase we will provide 1-2-1 Employability Coach support.
The second phase lasts up to 39 weeks and consists of up to 6 hours a week. Again full support is given by our Employability Coach working with the participant towards becoming fully independent.
Employability Services is an end-to-end brokerage service, providing a full support package for your business.
Val Waterhouse Centre
41-43 Kent Street
Monday – Friday 8.30am – 5.00pm
Contact Employability Services directly
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