Job Clubs

Job Clubs

The Employment Hub Team run FREE weekly Job Clubs to help residents into work and also access training.

We can help you to;

  • source local job sites
  • prepare CVs
  • complete job applications
  • learn basic computer skills

 

Get in touch

During the current Coronavirus lockdown we are offering support through phone, email and zoom.

We provide a local service through a number of local community centres. If you live in the following areas listed below, you can get in touch with us during these times;

 
Mondays:  10:00-12.00 The Rainbow Centre, BD22 6JB
Mondays:  13:00-15:00 The Millside Centre, BD1 2HS
Mondays: 13:30-15:30 Windhill Community Centre, BD18 2NR
Tuesdays:  09:30-11:30 The Keith Thompson Centre, BD22 7AE
Tuesdays: 10:00-12:00 Incommunities - Construction Training Centre
Tuesdays: 13:30-15:30 Capital of Cycling, BD1 5SD
Wednesdays: 13:30-15:30 Cottingley Community Centre, BD21 5NG
Wednesdays: 13:30-15:30 St Christopher's Church, BD4 9EJ
Thursdays:  10:00-12:00 Hainworth Wood Community Centre, BD21 5NG
Thursdays: 13:00-15:00 Cantyerbury Youth Centre, BD5 9LE
Thursdays: 14:00-16:00 The Sue Belcher Community Centre, BD22 7AE
Fridays: 10:30-13:00  Hole Wood Connect, BD4 0BL
Fridays: 14:00-16:00 Capital of Cycling, BD1 5SD
     

 

To find out more about the work clubs ring either;

Tracy Tough

tel: 01274 257788

mob: 07837 999 207

email tracy.tough@incommunities.co.uk 

 

Pam Chahal-Royal

tel: 01274 257788

mob:b07983 917 362

email Pam.Chahal-Royal@incommunities.co.uk

 

Sign up for a free skills course

 
Our Community Resilience Team run free English and maths courses that can help you into work and training and also improve your life.

Learning life changing skills

The training is very flexible and tailored to the needs of each learner.

You can choose to follow an accredited training pathway or come along to learn basic maths and English at your own pace.

Attendees can pursue a qualification (Level 1 and 2 NVQ) that can help them get a job or go to college and simply learn so they can help their children with their homework.

The sessions are open to anyone aged 16 and over and run by Nicki Woods, who has over 20 years’ experience teaching in the community.

Learning

Where is the training offered?

Café West, Allerton – Mondays, 9.30am -11.30am

Rockwell Centre, Thorpe Edge – Tuesdays, 9.30am – 11.30am

Holme Wood Connect, Holme Wood – Tuesdays, 1pm – 3pm

Windhill Community Centre – Wed, 1pm – 3pm

Gateway Centre, Ravenscliffe – Thursday, 9.30am – 11.30am (English), 12.30pm – 2.30pm (Maths)

Sandale Centre, Woodside – Thurs, 3pm – 5.30pm.

What participants say about the training?

Casey (18) from Ravenscliffe goes along with her mum to a maths course at the Gateway Centre. She said: "I get one-to-one support when I go which is really helping me build my confidence.

"I didn’t do any exams at school but I am hoping to change that through this course."

Carla from Woodside attends maths and English classes at the Sandale Centre and said: "The classes are really helping me and I can fit them around my work in childcare.

"Nicki helps me every week to further my skills and get the qualifications I need to develop."

Ravenscliffe tenant Tracy attends maths and English classes and said: "I’m 44 years old and I want to improve my skills as things have changed since my school days! It also a great way to meet new friends."

Find out more?

If you would like to join one of our free courses simply pop along to one of our partner centres or for more information ring Nicki Woods on 01274 254739.