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Getting in touch with the Norfolk Community College is easy

Phone Us: 01493 419255
Email Us: info@norfolkcommunitycollege.co.uk

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Delivery Locations

We provide a range of services, support and advice right across Norfolk

Delivery Locations

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Norfolk Community College team will be running a series of drop in sessions at local Job Centres and Libraries near you. If you would like to learn more about the project, our staff will be available to answer your questions about the project. We will also be happy to discuss with you how you can access training and education which will make a real difference to you and your employment prospects and the work placement opportunities available through our Employment Broker. Simply visit us at the following locations on the  dates and times shown.

  • Norwich Job Centre – Fridays from 9.30am till 12pm at Kiln House
  • Mile Cross Library – 17/01/2018, 14/02/2018, 14/03/2018, all 2pm till 4pm
  • Sprowston Library – 16/01/2018, 13/02/2018, 13/03/2018, all 10am till 12pm
  • Attleborough Library – 22/01/2018, 19/02/2018, 19/03/2018, all 10am till 12pm
  • Fakenham Job Centre – fortnightly, Mondays 9.30am till 1pm
  • Dereham Job Centre – fortnightly, Tuesdays 9.30am till 1pm
  • Kings Lynn Job Centre – fortnightly, Mondays 2pm till 5pm
  • Great Yarmouth Library – Mondays 1pm till 4pm
  • Gorleston Library – 04/01/2018, 18/01/2018, 01/02/2018, 15/02/2018, all 1pm till 4pm
  • North Walsham Library – 25/01/2018, 22/02/2018, both 10am till 4pm

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Other Building Better Opportunities projects

Other projects you might find useful in Norfolk and Suffolk include:

The Matthew Project’s ‘On Track’ project provides support for 16-24 year olds who are furthest from the labour market with complex and entrenched barriers to employment which prevent them from gaining skills, qualifications and ultimately employment. These barriers include moderate/severe special educational need or disability; mental health issues; substance misuse; and anti-social behaviour or criminal activities.

‘On Track’ focuses on maximising the opportunities for 16 to 24 year olds to access the skills, qualifications but more importantly the inner belief and self-confidence needed to secure and sustain employment.

Find out more about On Track here www.matthewproject.org/on-track/

Service directory

The Norfolk Community College project works closely with a range of local services in Norfolk. To help you navigate what support and advice is available to you in your community the following services can be contacted to enable you to access the help you need and achieve your goals.

Citizens Advice Bureau Equal Lives F1 Training GYROS Iceni Partnership Job Centre Plus King's Money Neighbourhoods That Work Norfolk Community Learning Services Priory Group The College of West Anglia The Matthew Project Volunteering Matters Wellbeing Service West Suffolk College