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Access Community Trust Building Better Opportunities Team are ready to help!

May 11, 2020

The outbreak of COVID-19 resulted in widespread disruption for people across Norfolk seeking employment support.  As part of Access Community Trust’s Building Better Opportunities employment programme services offer, the team have rapidly adapted to match the changing environment. To make sure people knew they had someone to turn to help them achieve their employment goals, the team have produced the... read more

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May 5, 2020

The Norfolk Community College team are here to help! Although times might be different at the moment, we want to assure you that we are still offering training and employability support. Here are just some of the ways that we’re making this possible. Training – We are continuing to provide training support, both over the phone and via webcam. There... read more

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March 24, 2020

We wanted to let you know that we are doing everything that we can to provide employability support to existing and new participants during this difficult and unprecedented times. As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, it has become clear that it is not possible to hold face to face meetings with participants.  We are currently exploring alternative ways that... read more

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March 24, 2020

We wanted to let you know that we will do everything we can to support you through this difficult and unprecedented times.   We are aware of how unsettling and worrying the current situation across the country is for people and we are working hard to maintain the best service we can for you.   As the COVID-19 situation continues to... read more

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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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