Organisations that can support you in finding a job

Local and national organisations offering one on one or group support to help you find your next job.

Looking for work can seem daunting, especially if you haven't worked for a while, or have recently been made redundant. In Rushmoor there is lots of support available for you and we have listed below the different organisations that can help you back into work.

My Space - Digital skills to pay the bills

My Space is delivered by the The Vine in Aldershot, and provides support in helping you back to work. The team provide a whole range of services including:

  • Identifying skills
  • Writing CV's
  • Applying for jobs online
  • Practicing interview skills

Due to coronavirus, My Space is no longer running a group session, instead staff are providing telephone and online support only. They can help to support you to apply for fast fill jobs and can provide links to online training resources.  

This service runs every Monday from 10am to 1pm. For more information call 01252 400196, email myspace@thevinecentre.org.uk or visit the My Space website.

PEBL Skills Cafe

If you live on the Prospect estate in Farnborough, the Skills Cafe is currently providing online and phone support to residents on Wednesdays from10am to 12:30pm. The team of advisers can help you access support and apply for jobs.

For more information, call 07340 017342 or email skillscafe@pebl.info

Links to Work M3

Links to Work M3 is a programme to help you find suitable employment, this programme is open to anyone over the age of 16 who is currently unemployed. They will work with you to identify your strengths, skills and abilities and support you with any barriers to employment.  You will be assigned your own adviser, who will work with you to create a tailored support package that's right for you. For more information visit Links to Work website  or to speak to the local coordinators contact:

Tara Dunn email tara.dunn@fedcapemployment.org or call on 07761 762999 or Paul Curtis email paul.curtis@fedbcapemployment.org or call 07732 690487

Fedcap - Restart Scheme

The Restart Scheme provides tailored support to help you find work if you have been claiming Universal Credit for 12 to 18 months. You can access:

  • Your own dedicated employment adviser who will stay with you every step of the way
  • Specialist recruitment advice
  • Access to local employment opportunities
  • Ongoing assessments to understand your needs
  • Access to our online career portal, the Fedcap Hub
  • A range of personal support from local and specialist services
  • Financial health support and budgeting
  • Business start up and self-employment advice
  • Skills support and training
  • Improved job searching skills
  • Access to our Wellbeing Support team

If you would like to access this scheme please speak to your Job centre Plus Work Coach and they will refer you.

CAP Job Club  - Church of the Good Shepherd, Farnborough

Starting Thursday 23 September at 7pm, the Church of the Good Shepherd will be offering support for people looking to find employment, this will include:

  • Writing CV and covering letters
  • Building confidence 
  • Interview techniques
  • Job searching

Job Club Lite

Each Tuesday afternoon through August and September, expert help is on hand to discuss CV's, job hunting or anything that can help you find a job.  To book a slot call or text the number below.

For more information visit Church of the Good Shepherd Job Club, alternatively call 07784 417949 or email steverobinson@capjobclubs.org

National Careers Service

The National Careers Service offers free advice and guidance on careers, skills and the labour market for all adults. To make a free telephone appointment or find out more about what support they offer, call 0800 100 900. Lines are open seven days a week from 8am to 10pm. You can also visit the National Careers Service website.

Rushmoor Online Job Club

The Rushmoor Online Job Club can support you through your job search and help you back to work. This free interactive programme of learning will include a mix of workshops, learning tools and peer networking and support. For more information visit the Rushmoor Online Job Club.

 
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