Date Posted: Jan 08, 2019
<p><strong>ARE YOU LOOKING FOR SKILLS TO GET A JOB IN RETAIL?</strong></p> <p>University Centre Quayside along with employers, have created a range of training programmes designed to support you to get a job.</p> <p>Course Information Start Date 4th February 2019</p> <p>Days Monday and Tuesday</p> <p>Time 9.00 am to 3.30 pm</p> <p>Duration 7 weeks</p> <p>Location Wear Road Community House, Stanley DH9 6JS</p> <p><strong><em>What qualifications/training will I get?</em></strong> Equality and Diversity Retail Knowledge – Level 1 Retail Skills – Level 2 Food Hygiene </p> <p>Call today to book your place on the course. Places limited.</p> <p>*You will be require...</p>Read More
Aged 16 to 24, living in County Durham, unemployed and looking for new opportunities? Want to get your dream career on track?
Our partners can help you.
Take a look at which partners work in your area, then click the links below to find out more about them, or download our summary guide.
Boost your confidence and employability through an all-expenses paid scheme with a national charity in County Durham. Full training and support will be provided as you volunteer on a helpline and webmail service.
The Finishing Touches course will give you the self-belief and expert advice needed to be at your very best in interviews. It’s tailored to each person to give you the exact skills you need to ace your next interview.
Join a six-week programme which aims to give you everything you need to get into employment, apprenticeships or further education. Get help with CV's and cover letters and sharpen your job searching skills. The scheme also includes team-building activities and optional short learning courses.
Want to get match fit for the world of work? The foundation runs fun, interactive programmes which use the power of sport to help develop important skills that could kick-start your career.
During your time at DurhamWorks, you’ll receive continual support from Groundwork NE. This includes advice and information, training with qualifications, job matching help, as well as residential activities and volunteering opportunities.
Young people are welcome to the organisation’s weekly drop-in service in Crook. You can also take part in a series of intensive week-long programmes of creative arts activities including film, theatre, music and visual arts.
The Plan 4 Life scheme looks at each individual’s career and education dreams in an informal, creative and fun environment. It will identify your needs and offers a unique way of focusing on your future.
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