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Partner Programmes

We work closely with a range of government agencies, local enterprise partnerships, local authorities and councils, as well as private sector employers. We offer funded programmes that support people to improve their personal, employability and vocational skills, gain recognised qualifications and develop themselves to move into, and progress within, sustained employment.

Some of our partners include European Social Fund, the Mayor of London, Department for Work & Pensions, Coast to Capital and Southwark Council.

Many of our programmes are focused on supporting people who are disadvantaged many with primary barriers to gaining and sustaining work including low levels of English, Maths or digital skills, learning or physical disabilities, through to low confidence and motivation, in order to realise their true potential.

Our current funded programmes include:

Adult Education Budget (AEB)

Project aims to support individuals in London who are out of work and want to develop their personal, employability and/or vocational skills and obtain a fully funded nationally recognised qualifications that supports their progression into employment

Step Ahead into Work

Programme aimed to support individuals aged 19 or over who are out of work, living in Sussex and East Surrey by addressing the individual issues and challenges confronting them, so they can progress successfully into sustained employment.

Steps to Success

Project is specifically aimed at engaging and supporting parents aged 16 or over with young children living in one of 21 London boroughs. The goal is to increase the employment rate of parents helping those currently out of work into employment, and those in work to sustain and progress their careers.

Southwark Works

We have been working with Southwark Council since 2015 and our Southwark Works project aims to support adults aged 18 or over who live in the London Borough of Southwark, providing personal, confidential, 1-1 support to find a the right job for them.  

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Pathways to Apprenticeships

Project aim is to help Southwark residents aged 16 or over to choose the right apprenticeship opportunities, providing tailored support to identify and apply for suitable roles, and advice and guidance throughout their journeys.