Who Dares Works
For people looking to get into work. Penzance YMCA, from Thursday 27 June, 9.30-12.30.
Prince’s Trust Team are looking for referrals to start their forthcoming Team programmes. The Prince’s Trust Team programme aims to help unemployed, out of education or training 16-25 year old people build the skills and confidence to find a job. There will be intakes in June and October with tasters days beforehand. Contact Amy.Kilpatrick@fire.cornwall.gov.uk. Or refer via Phoenix Cornwall.
As part of Cornwall Fire & Rescue’s Team Programme young people will …
Gain Certificates in: Dementia Friends Training, Basic Fire Extinguisher certificate or Fire Warden
Qualifications in: Literacy & Numeracy- through Adult Education, Level 1 Prince’s Trust certificate in Community, Teamwork and communication Skills, Level 1- Emergency First Aid at work
Take Part in: Road safety day, Drug & Alcohol awareness day, Fire safety Day, Basic food hygiene
Argyle Trust Fresh Start 12 week Employability Programme
Contact Ryan.firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
My Skills My Future event
Engaging students with future employers.
Richard Lander School, 9 July, 9.30-12.30. They are interested in hearing from exhibitors, as well as students. especially those who have experience with the Disability Confident scheme.
For more information, see the Cornwall Chamber of Commerce website.
Marine Careers conference
Cornwall Marine network are working with Plymouth City Council to organise the South West Marine Careers Conference on the 12 July. The event is free to attend, will take place at the Plymouth Aquarium, and is aimed at young people across the South West aged 15 to 24. There will be employers, colleges and universities involved to promote training and employment pathways into the marine sector.