Looking for services offering skills and training? Or for support with gaining employment?
Look no further, Well Aware has lots of options to chose from. Type keywords such as ’employment’, ‘skills’ or ‘training’ into our handy Quick Search bar or click on the links below to explore more:
1625 offer support young people to develop goals and a clear plan. Through support, young people can develop core employability skills including confidence, well-being, timekeeping, teamwork, communication, self-belief and motivation.
Business in the Community aims to support jobseekers by providing you with a business volunteer coach who can help you with:
- Essential and digital skills
- Improved chances of getting a job
- Enhanced wellbeing and
This programme is aimed at those aged 18+ who are ready for work and would benefit from the support of a 1:1 volunteer coach.
Bristol Adult Learning Service Adult Learning is part of Bristol City Council’s Employment, Skills and Learning Team. They offer a wide range of paid-for day, evening and weekend classes. Open to everyone.
Telephone-based support to people experiencing mental health problems who are facing problems at work or searching for employment. They can also support those wishing to take steps to paid employment through volunteering, education or training.
BSRC organises training activities and workshops to enhance employment opportunities, social interaction and to help reduce isolation.
They provide information and signposting to specialist national and local sources of help on issues such as employment and training.
Help people find space to think about finding work or better-paid work and increasing their incomes. They also assist with getting online and getting hold of refurbished laptops.
One Front Door can help you navigate the employment services across Bristol. They can help you find employment, training and advice and work with you to help you develop your skills, gain experience and find the job that is right for you.
Don’t forget to check out our news section where we regularly post information on free courses for people living in Bristol and/or surrounding areas, aged 19 or over who have few or no formal qualifications and face significant barriers to further learning and employment.