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A job skills project to help you discover your Unique Selling Point and how you can sell this to employers. Travel expenses paid. Thursday 1st,8th & 15th Feb 2018, Rosehill Family Solutions Centre, Ashhurst Way, Rosehill, OX4 4UY 11am-3pm. For more information contact: Mel Jewell 07785453266 melanie.jewell@Oxfordshire.gov.uk
Careersfest 2018 Open Session - booking essential! Please visit: https://tinyurl.com/careersfest click on ‘Register’ and scroll down to choose your time slot – 4pm, 5pm or 6pm or contact contact Clare McLening on 07769 742295 or email@example.com
A job skills project to help you discover your Unique Selling Point and how you can sell this to employers. Starts Tuesday 30th January 2018 , 10:00 to 15:00 at Abingdon Children and Family Centre, Stratton Way, Abingdon OX14 3RG, then 06,13 And 20 February 2018. For more information contact Trish Duncan on 07393001023 or Tricia.Duncan@Oxfordshire.gov.uk
This course, based at SOHA in Didcot, combines employability skills such as CV writing with an introduction to working in the customer services industry. Learn to: identify employer needs; write a CV; communicate at work; identify good and bad customer service; understand customer needs; and prepare for interviews. Perfect to help get you ready for employment. 13-16 November 2017, 9.30am-3pm, Soha Housing, Didcot. Book by calling 0800 014 15 45 and asking for the Launchpad team or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
FREE 12-week Prince’s Trust programme for 16-25 year olds, based at Abingdon Campus on Wootton Road. This life-changing course will build your confidence, your skills and help you find the right direction so you can progress onto work, training or education. The course is free and anyone in receipt of benefits should not be affected by attending the programme.
To book a place contact: Carly Brown Prince’s Trust Assistant Team Leader email@example.com 01235 216 235
Are you aged 17-19? Would you like to try something new?
Join us for FREE fitness, fun, motivation and music. Starts Monday 23rd October and will run every week up until Thursday 21st December. It will take place across two locations:
If you are aged 16+ and have had long-term difficulties finding work, maybe because you currently don’t have the right skills, or because of your personal circumstances or situation, In to Work is a new, tailored programme designed to help you secure a role and succeed at work. Available in the Cherwell District only (Banbury, Bicester and Kidlington) call Maxiumus on 0800 028 3037 or find out more about In to Work.
CHOICES flier for a young people support group in Didcot for those not in employment education or training.
If you did not get the results you need to get into 6th form or college, EMBS can help, especially if you need to gain your English & Maths GCSE qualification. This small, friendly community college was graded 'Good' by Ofsted and offers 'Particularly effective personal support'. 'Learners make good progress and gain self-confidence' in 'A culture of high expectations that encourage them to succeed' with 'Clear progression routes to Further and Higher Education'
We offer a one year Study Programme (on a rolling intake basis) focused on English & Maths GCSE/Functional Skills and ESOL with additional opportunities in Business, IT, an Extended Project at Levels 2/3, the Duke of Edinburgh Award and work experience. All our young people are supported with one to one mentoring from our Welfare Support Team.
If you feel that you would benefit from our programme & a very small, friendly, community college environment with strong pastoral care, contact Rachel Hills firstname.lastname@example.org on 01865 776041 or Margaret Moolman Margaret@embs.org.uk on 01295 269999 or call 01865 776041.
The EmployAbility programme from FarmAbility supports adults with autism and learning disabilities to develop the skills they need to access work, volunteering or further training. If you would like to visit or find out more contact Liv email@example.com or on 01865245604.
Get work experience and training to help you find employment through a new accredited course at Hill End. Join anytime in 2017, all learner costs are funded. Find out more and apply or refer online at www.hill-end.org/cando or call 01865 863510 and ask for Kim, or email him on: firstname.lastname@example.org
This new initiative supports young people aged 17-20 who are Not in Employment, Education or Training, have additional needs, and would benefit from bespoke 1:1 support, coaching and activities aimed at helping you achieve your goals. Contact email@example.com or call 01865 236119 to arrange an informal meeting, or drop into the Yellow Submarine Cafe on Park End Street in Oxford for a drink and a chat!
You choose the content, learn how to manage and run the website and visit other projects to make videos to blog about. The Opportunity Page at topoxford.org needs you and your skills to run an amazing new website full of information for young people.
Gain an accredited IT qualification and have a real work experience placement with a digital media company.
Your travel expenses will be paid and you’ll get a £5 Tesco voucher for every day that you work.
For more information and to join the team contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call Chris on 01865 204450.
Do you feel you've been out of learning and training for a long time? Want to learn in an all-female environment? This new group from Trax is perfect for you, apply by calling Emily on Emily 01865 318040.
16-19? Not in education, training or employment? Blackbird Leys Young People's Job Shop, drop-in every Wednesday 1:30-3pm.
Grants are only available to applicants resident in Cherwell District Council area, with priority given to Sanctuary Housing Association residents. Closing Date June 30th. Application Form here.
Gateway in Blackbird Leys offers flexible learning and helps you prepare for progression onto a course, employment or an apprenticeship.
Aged 14-19? Want to dream big? Feel more confident? Get excited about your future? Come and find your fire! Find Your Fire is a nine-month peer leadership programme open to all 14-19 year olds, starting September 2016. It includes NOCN Level 1 awards in skills for employment, training and personal development and is supported by Oxford City Council's Youth Ambition Fund.
Are you 16 to 19? Passionate about film? Thinking of a career in the creative industries? Join Film Oxford for the BFI Film Academy 2016.
Brilliant opportunity for young women to learn to code in a supportive environment.