JobWorks 2017-08-16T09:25:43+00:00

This project is part funded through the Northern Ireland European Social Fund 2014-2020 Investment for Jobs and Growth programme, Department for the Economy, Belfast City Council, Ulster Garden Villages Limited & Keltbray

JobWorks is an employability programme aimed to meet the needs of young people aged 16-24 years who are not in education, employment or training. It provides a flexible framework of development pathways, which are tailored according to individual need and circumstance.

The project will assist in the development of new skills, experiences and direction in order for young people to move forward with future aspirations. It aims to meet the individual needs of the young person, whether that is improving confidence, gaining new skills, work experience or increasing employability – the YOUNG PERSON decides!

Depending on the needs and goals of the young person, they could take part in all or any combination of the following:

  • Personal development training
  • Work experience
  • Work readiness / employability skills
  • Fun activities
  • Job search skills
  • CV development

There is also the opportunity to gain OCNNI Qualifications in:

  • Customer Service
  • Setting and Achieving Personal Goals
  • Teamwork Skills
  • Peer Mentoring

As well as industry recognised qualifications in:

  • SIA license
  • Health & Safety at Work
  • Emergency First Aid
  • Fire Safety

Throughout their time on the programme young people will work alongside one of our mentors who will offer them as much support as they need.

Who can apply?

Young people aged 16 – 24, not in education, training or employment and living within the Greater Belfast area.

Programmes recruiting now:

SIA – Starts 31st August 2017: Gain your SIA license and a guaranteed interview with Eventsec.

 

How can young people get involved?

Contact us now on 028 90315111 or email jennybeattie@springboard-opps.org

 

This project is part funded through the Northern Ireland European Social Fund 2014-2020 Investment for Jobs and Growth programme, Department for the Economy, Belfast City Council, Ulster Garden Villages Limited & Keltbray