John Ruskin College is proud to partner with Jobcentre Plus to deliver a Youth Employability Hub.
This project is part of a wider initiative across the UK to help young jobseekers access training and job opportunities.
Part of the Government’s multi-million-pound Plan for Jobs, the Youth Employability Hub is a one-stop shop for 18-24 year olds, providing specialist employment advice services to help local young people get back into work.
Youth Employability Coaches will support jobseekers in finding the right route for them, whether that be finding a new job, starting an Apprenticeship or gaining extra qualifications.
Youth Employability Coaches can provide support for jobseekers aged 18-24 with a range of services including help with:
- CV writing
- Job hunting
- Interview skills practice
- Support with Maths, English, ESOL and Digital Skills
- Developing the skills required for work
Jobseekers may also start a training programme at the College, in line with their goals and career aspirations. Construction training courses will be run as part of the Sector-Based Work Academy Programme in partnership with Willmott Dixon, to provide basic skills training in purpose-built workshops.
For more information, contact your local Jobcentre Plus work coach.