Youth employment isn’t an issue to be discussed and decided by politicians and businesses alone. It has become clear that in these changing times the young people that are the target of this focus must also be involved and encouraged to be engaged so that they can have a hand in creating their future, rather
Birmingham Metropolitan college is providing an excellent opportunity for employers to engage with trainees through a new government initiative aiming to give young people the support they need into careers as well as give businesses the staff that will grow and develop as their business does. Young people are the future of business
Talent Match Staffordshire will be hiring three business administration apprentices in May 2015 to work alongside our team to help more young people in Staffordshire find paid employment. Based on the success and need of the project, Talent Match has secured more funding from the Big Lottery to recruit three apprentices. More staff will help
Changes have announced the dates of their new training sessions for advanced wellness to teach participants skills for maintaining their own mental wellbeing and getting into work. Click the images below to expand.
Are you 18—24yrs old and unemployed? Live in Lichfield, Rugeley, Cannock or Cannock Chase areas? Join us for six free rural crafts workshops at Lower Drayton Farm Penkridge & Birches Valley, Cannock Chase. Friday’s: 22nd May – 26th June 2015, 10.30—2.30 pm Learn new skills, meet new people and Try something new: Animal Care
A new opportunity has arisen as a Wellness Worker with Changes based at their office in Stafford for 23hrs per week. JOB DESCRIPTION TITLE: Wellness Worker LOCATION: Based at Changes Office in Stafford HOURS OF WORK: 23 hours per week – will require some flexibility HOLIDAY: 20 days, plus Bank holidays and Statutory Holidays, accruing 1