Norfolk Community College project, in partnership with Great Yarmouth Jobcentre Plus, will be holding a recruitment event in the Assembly Room at the Great Yarmouth Town Hall. More than 40 employers with over 1,000 jobs on offer will be coming to the event in the hope of finding people ready to take up employment opportunities with them. Supported by the... read more
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... read more
Employment Broker Richard Plant attended Future Radio on the 28th October as a guest on their business life show. Discussing the aims of the project and his work with local businesses to remove barriers to employment, Richard was delighted to share with the Future Radio audience how local businesses are equipping people to move forward into work. Richard explains, ‘It... read more
Having overcome a range of challenges, Marie is one of Norfolk Community College’s brightest stars. Marie first came into contact with the project during one of its regular drop-in sessions at Fakenham Library. Discussing her ambition of becoming a Digger Driver with one of the Norfolk Community College’s Skill Connector, Marie had recently signed up to complete a Construction... read more
Round 4 (the selection stage) of the DPS is now open and you can submit an application at any time until noon on 15 December 2017. At that point we will close Round 4 and evaluate all the applications received and those qualifying will be placed on the DPS. The project has already identified a range of main delivery partners,... read more
At the heart of the Norfolk Community College is a commitment to work in partnership with local communities and to empower them to take –up positions of responsibility. Community representation will support the project to break down barriers between communities and education and ensure that the project is addressing gaps in training provision. To achieve this objective, the Norfolk Community... read more
Community events do not come much better than this. On Sunday the 3rd of September 2017 Norfolk Community College joined the Charles Burrell Centre on its open day. The annual open day provides local residents with the opportunity to see what the organisations operate from the centre and learn about the programmes available to the community. Sam Enefola and Don... read more
On 1 August the Norfolk Community College’s team joined business leaders, local organisations and project participants from across Norfolk to officially launch its Building Better Opportunities project at East Coast College’s Ambitions Restaurant.
The Norfolk Community College team attended the Norwich Jobs Fair on 12th July. Held at The Forum, the event was the ideal opportunity for both employers and potential participants to come together to see what was on offer.