Employment and Skills support
We offer free personalised employment and skills support to our customers and have a wide range of resources that can help both with looking for work and developing new skills.
We're here to help, whatever your circumstances. We can help with things like:
- Work and training grants
- Devices and data
- 1-2-1 employment and skills support
- Top tips on getting work ready.
Our dedicated Employment and Skills Team is on hand to help with your personal circumstances and provide guidance on whatever you need to get back into education or employment.
The team will assess all of your options and ensure that you’ve got access to everything you need.
If you need any help, please get in touch.
We've successfully renewed our accreditation with Matrix - the international quality standard for organisations that deliver information, advice and/or guidance.
We’ve got some great tips to help you find work plus personal one-to-one support for you.
Devices and data
We have a number of devices and pre-loaded SIM cards to help you access training or employment support.
We can support you with a variety of volunteering choices, both within Longhurst Group and in your community.
We're working with customers from across our regions to help them into work, education or employment.
Whether you need to freshen up your CV, sharpen your interview skills or simply need some general advice to improve your career prospects, we're here to help.
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