Surveys on business skills in Cornwall and for families of armed forces personnel experiencing addiction
Dress 2 Impress, a new campaign between the Charity Retail Association and Debut, a recruitment group, helping people choose appropriate clothing for interviews – on a budget.
A quick run-down of events and awareness raising occasions in July: the Samaritans, the marine environment, hepatitis, mesothelioma and youth skills – any of these resonate with your work?
Sources of ongoing support in jobseeking, including making adaptations for people with sight loss, or other disabilities.
Employability Day, on 28 June, celebrating organisations that help people back into work, and promoting the steps that can be taken, to local businesses. Get involved!
Grants for business development and supporting unemployed and economically inactive people into employment, or self-employment, are available through the Community Led Local Development project.
Learn how you can get qualifications to support vulnerable refugees and immigrants, and the new migrant workers pilot scheme, plus the first six months of the anti-modern slavery app Safe Car Wash.
Ambitions, a new multi-agency project to help young people aged 15-24 into work.
Get involved with the recruitment campaign for the care sector, and learn more about REACH, Raising Excellence and Aspiration in care and Health across Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.
Local training organisations are invited to tender for Game Changer funding offered by Rio for basic skills training.
Team programme, from the Prince’s Trust and Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service, helping young people into employment or training. Taster day 13 Feb, Truro, course from 18 Feb.
If you are, or know, anyone who is unemployed but wants to work in construction, Coastline Housing are running an 8-week work placement scheme in Helston. Find out more 29 Jan.
Grant opportunities closing soon, including CRCC health and wellbeing grants, 2 funding calls from the CIOS Growth Programme, and funding to support women to access employment.
Funding is available to help hard-to-reach groups access training for the construction industry.
£3.8m of funding has been awarded to the Ambitions group, headed by CSW, for young people around careers and opportunities.
Funding for World War One Commemoration (@Remembered2018), innovative solutions to the problem of litter, ESF Employer-led skills, and for older carers projects.
Help for employers of EU citizens.
A new report from the Child Poverty Action Group shows how Universal Credit isn’t working for working families.
CSW’s funding for training for young people not in employment, education or training, has been extended.
Opportunity for a local organisation to work with Jobcentre Plus in Plymouth delivering support to a specific group of jobseekers.