Redundancy Relief from JHP Employability!
Unemployment levels at their highest since ten years ago. The rising number of people facing redundancy or currently unemployed means that most of the people have never faced this situation before and maybe unsure of where to find support and guidance. JHP Employability, a division of JHP Group, and one of the largest and most successful vocational training providers in the UK have launched a government funded programme designed to help people affected by the recession. JHP Employability is the dedicated Welfare to Work division of JHP Group who has worked with over 300,000 individuals and 25,000 companies to improve skills, raise aspirations and develop opportunities within local communities through a national support network. The Response to Redundancy (R2R) programme offers advice and action planning to individuals who are unemployed or facing redundancy to give them the best chance of securing alternative employment in a highly competitive job market. The programme is driven by the needs of the local community and the employment opportunities available and supports individuals to brush up their existing skills to find employment or retrain to find a job within a new industry. JHP Employability Centre in Barrow will be one of many areas promoting the Response to Redundancy programme. In support of this, a special programme will take place on 19th October specifically aimed at those individuals wishing to enter the Health & Social Care sector of work. JHP Employability demonstrate a new meaning to the Health & Social Care sector which is far from the stereotypical “caring for the elderly” understanding; in fact it covers a broad spectrum including children and young adults with physical and mental disabilities. For a greater understanding and formal certificate to progress into work, members of the public are invited to attend the course. The duration of the course will be five weeks, at approximately 15 hours per week, and will not affect those in receipt of Job Seekers Allowance. Clients will gain valuable knowledge of related topics such as Health & Safety, Communications at Work and Health and Social Care specific matters. A workshop for CV writing, interview skills building will also be included. A highly expanding sector in which many are seeking work is Security. JHP Employability are offering unique opportunities to gain a nationally recognised Security qualification. A three day course will be held commencing 19th November, enabling individuals to gain the relevant training and achieve certificates within short timescales. Areas covered will include the roles and responsibilities of a Security Guard, Communication and Conflict Management, Fire Stewarding as well as valuable coaching on CV writing, and guaranteed interviews with local security companies. Achieving the SIA Card will qualify a person to work anywhere in the country as either a Door Supervisor or as a Static / Patrol Guard. For information on attending the courses, individuals should contact Maria Appleton at JHP Employability on 01539 739898. The Response to Redundancy programme is available at no cost, and covers areas of Cumbria, including Whitehaven, Carlisle, Kendal and Barrow. Core modules are also offered in Childcare, Business Administration, Management, Warehousing /Distribution, Security (incorporating SIA card), Numeracy and Literacy. For more information on the Response to Redundancy programme please call 0800 6800 321. Contact Details For more details please contact Jasmin Boksh on 024 7666 7891 For more information on Response to Redundancy please contact Jasmin Boksh, Tel: 024 7666 7891, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org