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Helping you reach your next life goal

The Norfolk Community College Project is part of the Building Better Opportunities programme, which has received funding from the National Lottery, through the Big Lottery Fund the European Social Fund and Big Lottery Fund to supports long term unemployed people facing complex and multiple barriers across Norfolk.

Norfolk Community College provides a range of services and advice to people seeking jobs and new skills.

Are you looking for a job, or to improve your skills? Then Norfolk Community College is the place to explore.

We are here to provide training, work placements, advice and volunteering opportunities to help you achieve your next goal in life.

Our support and services are available across Norfolk. That means you will see us in a range of venues such as community centres and libraries in Breckland, Broadland, Great Yarmouth, King’s Lynn and West Norfolk, North Norfolk, Norwich, and South Norfolk.

We work with a network of trainers, community groups and charities to match help to suit people’s needs.

To find out more click on the links below and visit our About, Partners and Contact pages.

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Catering Training in Partnership with The Feed Academy

August 13, 2018

Norfolk Community College has recently teamed up with successful social enterprise The Feed, providing training to unemployed adults who are interested in working for the catering industry. The academy’s catering course is split into two; Breakthrough; A series of workshops aimed to inspire and motivate people into employment by using food as a catalyst for change. Workshops include: • Learn about... read more

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NCC Participants Join ‘Learn to Grow’ Horticulture Programme

August 6, 2018

Norfolk Community College’s DPS project launched its horticulture training programme today, in partnership with Eves Hill VEGCO’s “Learn to Grow” programme. The community market garden is based remotely, primarily in Reepham, North of Norwich. The training offers hands-on practical courses in horticulture, that are free to all participants (who have been unemployed for 12 months or longer). ‘Growers’ gain real-life... read more

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