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Success for Great Yarmouth Jobs Fayre

February 20, 2020

Over a thousand people from across the Great Yarmouth borough flocked to Great Yarmouth Town Hall for a Jobs Fayre on Wednesday 15th January. Organised by Great Yarmouth Jobcentre Plus in partnership with Norfolk Community College project and Great Yarmouth Borough Council, the event saw over 1,000 people from across the local community meet with more than 40 employers to... read more

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Opportunities at ACE

January 23, 2020

Norfolk Community College project’s delivery partner ACE have a number of new courses / projects starting in late January and February 2020, and are also now taking referral for its new wellbeing project called Life Ladders. These training courses include workshops in: • Retail / Customer Service • Childcare / Care • Adult learning courses in Motor Vehicle and Construction... read more

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Jobs on offer at Great Yarmouth Town Hall’s Job Fayre

January 9, 2020

Jobseekers within the local community are invited to a Jobs Fayre, which will take place at the Town Hall on Wednesday 15th January, from 10:00am to 2:00pm. Held in the Town Hall’s Assembly Room, the recruitment event will see more than 40 employers in attendance with over 1000 jobs on offer, giving jobseekers the chance to apply for positions and... read more

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100 people get jobs through the Norfolk Community College Project

December 12, 2019

Since June 2017 the Norfolk Community College project has supported 100 people into paid employment. The milestone figure has been reached 2 years after the Norfolk Community College project was launched. With many more people currently being supported to achieve their goals, our project team are at hand to help our adults in Norfolk gain the skills and knowledge they... read more

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The Norfolk Community College Project is Recruiting!

November 29, 2019

East Coast College are looking to recruit a highly motivated, compassionate and person-centred to join its Building Better Opportunities programmes, the Norfolk Community College project. The Norfolk Community College project is funded by the European Social Fund and The National Lottery Community Fund. Our project works with local communities so that adults who are furthest away from the labour market... read more

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‘Just The Job’ Roadshow

October 24, 2019

ACE are running an event at Pilling Park Community Centre, Norwich with is funded by New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership (NALEP) and Norwich Opportunity Area (NOA). It is a community innovation event where we will be bringing together children, young people and adults, these adults could be parents, carers, Aunts or Uncles and family friends. They will be running a... read more

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Nexus Skill Building Workshop

August 30, 2019

Nexus are offering a 2-day Introduction to Workshop Skills course, which is aimed at building on people’s basic skills to enable them to consider appropriate roles which they could do in this fast growing industry. It is a great workshop to build on a persons soft skills, along with understanding some of the basics of engineering. They provide a warm and welcoming atmosphere and aim... read more

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Mindfulness Pathways In Action

August 28, 2019

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. Watch how this project is helping people achieve their goals in life.Our next session is 25/9/19 in Great Yarmouth. If you are interested in... read more

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Local Employers sign up to the Disability Confident Scheme During Event

June 28, 2019

On Thursday 27th June, East Coast College held a Disability Confident awareness event workshop.   The aim of the two-and-a-half hour event, which was organised by DWP, East Coast College and facilitated by the Shaw Trust was to help local businesses become Disability Confident and brought together providers who support customers with disabilities and employers seeking to broaden their talent... read more

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