Our programmes in Bristol

Our programmes in
Bristol

Working It Out

HYPE

Work Programme

Engage

Our six week course is a mix of group activities as well as one-to-one mentoring. The emphasis is on personalised planning and finding a job or training programme that is right for you.

The course includes:

    • Identification of personal issues and support needs
    • Motivation and confidence building
    • Working together and team challenges in the community
    • Building leadership skills
    • Learning to communicate in the workplace
    • Introduction to partner organisations
    • Visiting the workplace and professional environments
    • Work experience
    • CV writing sessions
    • Interview training

To find out more, please contact:

Rachel Thorne
T: 07741 272017
E: rthorne@tomorrows-people.co.uk
A: Norfolk House, Norfolk Avenue, Bristol, BS2 8RQ

 

HYPE

The Helping Young People into Employment programme supports young people between the ages of 18-24 into employment through a mix of job coaching and work placements.

The format of the HYPE programme ensures that young people get access to valuable work experience, while personal coaching sessions provide a trusted careers mentor to support participants into a sustainable employment, education or training.

To find out more, please contact:

Dina Stanley
E: dstanley@tomorrows-people.co.uk
T: 07469 118000
A: Norfolk House, Norfolk Avenue, Bristol, BS2 8RQ

 

Work Programme

The Work Programme is the Government’s major programme to support people who are long-term unemployed, or at risk of becoming so.

We are working with participants both one-to-one and delivering work-focused workshops to help them find training programmes, develop their CVs, improve interview skills, gain basic skills and understand what employers are looking for locally.

Now in its sixth year, the Work Programme is for people who need intensive support to find work, either because they have been out of work for a year, or they have other needs, for example, if they have been in prison. Participants will get the help that is right for them, for example one-to-one support, mentoring, vocational training, work placements and aftercare.

People can only be referred to the support Work Programme provides through Jobcentre Plus – a person cannot refer themselves. The Work Programme replaces previous welfare-to-work programmes such as the New Deal, Employment Zones and Flexible New Deal.

To find out more, please contact:

David Henshaw
T: 07824 511763
E: dhenshaw@tomorrows-people.co.uk
A: Norfolk House, Norfolk Avenue, Bristol, BS2 8RQ