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The Norfolk Community College is Recruiting!

September 20, 2018

37hr per week. Salary: £15,729 – £17,067 (Fixed term contract until December 2019) The post will provide effective administrative and marketing support to the Norfolk Community College project. The Norfolk Community College project is part of the Building Better Opportunities programme which has received funding from the Big Lottery Fund and the European Social Fund to help unemployed adults in Norfolk... read more

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Monday Coffee Mornings at The Hive, Norwich

September 3, 2018

The Norfolk Community College project holds a friendly Coffee and Tea morning every Monday, 10am-12pm, at The Hive in Norwich. The informal sessions are designed for anyone over 25 who has been out of employment for 2 years or longer, and would like to meet new people and find out about new opportunities in the Norwich/Norfolk area. Skills connectors and training coordinators are on... read more

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Join Us: Recruitment Opportunities with Future Projects

August 20, 2018

The Norfolk Community College Project – and one of our core partners Future Projects – are recruiting for the following positions: Post 1: Life Connector Location: Various locations around North Norfolk Hours of work: 37 hours per week Salary and Benefits: £21,500 per annum Application Closing date: 5pm on Friday 31st August 2018 Future Projects is recruiting for a Life... read more

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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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Developing Construction Skills with ACE Training

August 1, 2018

Photo: Project participants build a sturdy bridge, made entirely out of newspaper, strong enough to hold human-weight.  Norfolk Community College project participants have began developing their construction skills in the previous week, in line with the Access to Construction course held at ACE training in Rackheath. The course introduces participants to a variation of new skills, including; power tools competence, COSHH,... read more

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The Norfolk Community College is now recruiting!

June 22, 2018

We are currently looking to fill the following vacancy: Catering and Hospitality Trainer – The Feed and our partners from the community and voluntary sector are looking for people who are highly motivated, compassionate and person-centered to join the Building Better Opportunities programmes; Norfolk Community College Project across Norfolk. The Norfolk Community College project is jointly funded by the Big Lottery... read more

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Improving well-being with the Norfolk Community College Project and Access Community Trust

April 26, 2018

Whether you’d like to make better decisions, increase your happiness or change careers, Access Community Trust have teamed up with the Norfolk Community College project to deliver a range of wellbeing activities to set you on the right path. ‘Wellbeing’ means feeling more than just happy and confident, it means feeling able to cope when things get tough in our... read more

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Helping Paul to go from ‘Strength to Strength!’

April 17, 2018

In the last 12 months Paul Kimble has completed a range of activities with the Norfolk Community College project.  Here we tell of Paul’s journey through the project. Paul was struggling with his mental health, especially anxiety and this affected him on a daily basis.   His anxiety was so bad that some days he would not leave his flat.  He really was in... read more

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