BBO (Building Better Opportunities) Women at the Centre is an individualised employability programme for hard-to-reach women. Set up to assist women from 16-65+ from black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds, the programme will take the participants through a structured journey of individualised, culturally sensitive and multi-lingual support.
CITE runs free accredited training courses in partnership with recruiting employers in the health and social care sector. Courses are synchronized with the company recruitment process and training covers the key skills required for the job.
Community Southwark is the umbrella organisation (or Council for Voluntary Service) for the voluntary and community sector in Southwark.
CoolTan Arts are an arts in mental health charity run by and for adults with mental distress. They run a community arts centre in Walworth Road, Southwark. They offer creative workshops, self-advocacy, art projects, cultural walks, a public art gallery, and an inclusive volunteering and training programme.
Crisis is the national charity for single homeless people. We are dedicated to ending homelessness by delivering life-changing services and campaigning for change.
Disability Sports Coach believe that disabled people should be physically active. They create worthwhile sport and physical activity opportunities that have a positive impact on disabled people's lives.
Group Horizon are specialists in Renewable Energy training. They offering free training for people who are unemployed and receiving benefits.
Jamores Limited is a health and social care provider focused on improving lives and communities across London and the South East.
Money A+E provides money advice & educational services to BAME (Black, Asian, minority ethic) & hard to reach communities in London.
Renaisi are a social enterprise who deliver free training and job seeking support, in partnership with Southwark Works. They are able to work with Southwark residents who are 16+ and have been unemployed for at least one year.
Recovery is about people with mental health difficulties having the same opportunities in life as everyone else. It is about a personal journey towards a meaningful and satisfying life. It is about hope, control and opportunity. It is about living as well as possible. SLaM Recovery College run workshops and courses to provide the tools to make this happen, to help you become an expert in your own recovery or that of someone you care for or work with.
SRA is a charity providing employment training and intermediate employment for people with mental health problems. They run a variety of social enterprises, in catering, cleaning and printing.
The Southwark Group of Tenants Organisation (SGTO) is an independent umbrella organisation bring together and supporting the development of Tenants and Residents Associations (T&RA's) in Southwark. They support tenants through information, training and advice.
St Giles Trust aims to help break the cycle of prison, crime and disadvantage and create safer communities by supporting people to change their lives. Their services put reformed ex-offenders at the heart of the solution, training them to use their skills and first-hand experience to help others through peer-led support.
Step Up, the upwardly mobile network, is for people in London who are in a low-paid job but want to take home more money. The network, which is run jointly by Thames Reach and Clean Slate Training & Employment, aims to support low pay workers living in Lambeth and the rest of London onto the London Living Wage.
The Employment Academy is an initiative dedicated to helping people in South London find work. It is a multi-agency hub providing support and training for the long-term unemployed to help them develop the skills and confidence to find jobs.
The Thomas Calton Centre is Southwark Council's adult and family learning and skills service. They offer a wide variety of classes, both day and evening, including classes that develop practical skills like woodwork, lampshade making, fitness and dance, fashion and pottery as well as employability and confidence building classes, CV writing, help with English speaking and writing, basic maths and literacy skills. Gain a City and Guilds, OCR, or other qualifications in customer services, childcare, food safety in catering and more.
Youth Education Support Services (Y.E.S.S) is a charity based in Camberwell providing GCE, GCSE and City and Guilds courses for young people up to 25 years of age.
Westminster Kingsway College and City & Islington College have created a new bespoke programme: Y.E.P to assist 18-24 year olds to find education, employment, traineeship or apprenticeships within their chosen sectors.