How it works
This programme is designed to provide a package of support if you are unemployed / under-employed, by offering access to local employment opportunities, support to gain employability skills and help to overcome barriers to work. You will be supported with job search and have access to a Client Advisor who will assist you to achieve your goals through careers information, advice and guidance.
The programme consists of the following activities:
First Appointment - Assessment
One to One
Supported Job Search
Flexible Learning & Job Search
Referrals to Specialist Support
For more information contact us on 020 3045 5176 or email: email@example.com
Aim4Work is a specialist employability programme for people with common mental health problems living in Bexley.
Aim4Work is jointly funded by the Big Lottery and the European Social Fund(https://www.biglotteryfund.org.uk/esf (opens in new tab or window)) under the Building Better Opportunities programme and forms part of their commitment to invest in local projects to tackle the root causes of poverty, promote social inclusion and drive jobs and growth.
If you are:
The Learning and Enterprise College delivers Aim4Work in Bexley on behalf of Shaw Trust:
Shaw Trust is a national charity working to create brighter futures for the people and communities they serve. They provide employment opportunities, skills development training and health and well-being services across the UK.
More information about Shaw Trust can be found on their website: www.shaw-trust.org.uk
London Borough of Bexley
Our LBB offer is available to Bexley residents who have:
The Learning and Enterprise College LBB offer is funded by the London Borough of Bexley.
To book an appointment call: 0203 045 3800
Employment support for Bexley residents with a learning disability.
Bexley Twofold is the job search, training and supported employment service for residents in Bexley, with learning disabilities who have a need for support to access training and employment opportunities. Our aim is to help service users find and sustain paid employment.
We help people over the age of 18 and create an individual journey for each service user and will amend support to suit the needs of the individual.
What will we do to help you find work?
What type of jobs have we supported people to do?
Work Routes is a specialist employability programme for families with additional needs living in Bexley.
If you are:
To access Work Routes and receive help to look for work, call us and ask to speak to a Work Routes Advisor at our Atrium Court Centre.
The Learning and Enterprise College delivers Work Routes in Bexley on behalf of Reed in Partnership:
Contact us on 020 3045 5176 or email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWork Routes is funded by the Department for Work and Pensions and the European Social Fund.
Reed in Partnership exists to change people?s lives for the better. As a public service provider, their mission is to be the partner of choice for developing people and their communities. They support individuals, businesses, families and communities to prosper - often under challenging circumstances.
More information about Reed in Partnership can be found on their website: http://www.reedinpartnership.co.uk
Work & Health Programme
The Local London Work and Health Programme can help maximise your potential and find the right job for you.
We will get to know you and identify your skills, support needs and job aspirations so that we can provide you with the right support to achieve your employment goals.
We will help you:
You can get support if you are of working age and live in Bexley, Barking & Dagenham, Bromley, Enfield, Greenwich, Havering, Newham, Redbridge or Waltham Forest and are:
If you want to know more, speak to your Jobcentre Plus Work Coach or call our employment support team on 0203 045 3800 and ask to speak to a Work and Health Programme Advisor.