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Jobs & training

Find out about great opportunities for training, and free online job seeker tools.

Need help getting back into work? Or want to make a career change?

We can put you in touch with organisations that can help you find a job or get training. To book an appointment please call us on 01992 453 770.

Read our leaflet on getting help and advice for more information.

 

Useful courses

CVSBEH Community Skills Hub in Waltham Cross are running three DIGITAL SKILLS courses, starting; Friday 6 March, Friday 24 April and Friday 5 June.

Each course takes place once a week for 4 weeks, and costs just £10 or free to those receiving benefits. Find out more here.

 

Useful links

Pro Action: training for people aged 5 to 25yrs. They offer a range of fun courses that develop skills, build confidence and leadership.

HCS Careers: they offer FREE training on CV writing and personal development.

Volunteer Centre: improve your chances by learning about stress and how to be more assertive.

CVS: training for voluntary and community groups. 

Seetec: providing opportunities and support to people from all walks of life to empower them to shape their own future. Contact yetunde.banjoko@seetec.co.uk for more information.

How do I sign up? Get in touch with our Income & Welfare team and they can sign you up for free. Contact them on 01992 453 700 or email:ISManagement@b3living.org.uk

Here are some other good online job search engines. For relevant search results always filter by your postcode:

Bigdog: search for jobs or great advice on job hunting

Indeed: search their website or you can download their mobile app from Google Play or the Apple store.

Total Jobs: hunt for one of 90,000 live job ads

Interested in becoming self employed? Wenta offers business advice and training courses to help you start up your own business.

Volunteering means you giving some of your time for free to an activity that will help others, often in your community. It’s a great way to build your confidence and meet new people.

Do-it: choose from a wide range of options based on your interests and time.

Volunteer Centre: speak to someone who can help you explore different opportunities

CVS: if you are already part of a group they can help support your work.