March 23, 2021
If you’re a Nine Elms resident in need of employment support, there are several schemes starting next month to help you brush up on your skills at every career stage.
Room for Work is designed for skilled workers aged 40 and over.
It includes workshops to help you master new skills or develop existing ones, and will teach you techniques to make you more employable. You’ll need a good working knowledge of the English language, basic computer skills and the use of a PC, laptop or tablet.
There will be 12 sessions on Wednesday and Thursday mornings for six weeks. The course begins on Wednesday 21 April.
The Career Transition Programme is for people who have been recently made redundant or at risk of redundancy.
It will teach you skills including how to define personal and career goals, create action plans, develop an effect CV, improve your self-confidence, understand your transferable skills and prepare for interviews. You will need use of a PC, laptop or tablet.
There will be seven sessions over a two-week period starting on Wednesday 21 April.
To find out more email firstname.lastname@example.org
The STRIDE – Talent Development Programme focuses on on enabling disadvantaged and underrepresented groups to access employment, training and supported career progression in the growing creative and tech sector including web development, marketing, tech eco system/design, filmmaking, art directing and copywriting.
Opportunities include apprenticeships, internships, pre-apprenticeship training, paid work experience and training.