Opportunties for young people - Youth Employability Service
Published: 31 Aug 2016 By Youth Employability Service
Opportunties for young people advertised by the Youth Employability Service.
Well Grounded Jobs - Barista Training
Well Grounded Jobs are offering free, specialised Barista Training to unemployed young people (16-24) to learn the art of making speciality coffees, in partnership with local/national coffee experts. Successful candidates can join an apprenticeship or traineeship scheme. To find out more, email Barista Training in Brighton.
YMCA - Fast Track to Employment
YMCA Education & Training are running 'Fast Track to Employment' from their base at the Village Centre in Portslade. The programme offers young people the training and experience to step into an apprenticeship, employment or further education. To discuss the programme or for more information, contact Yolanda Taylor at YMCADLG on 07883 305213.
Volunteer Opportunities for Wood Recycling
Brighton and Hove Wood Recycling Project is a local social enterprise which works to rescue and re-use waste timber, whilst providing jobs and training opportunities for disadvantaged people within the local community. The team are keen to work with young people who have not yet started in the job market, and they already take placements from City College. Please visit the Community Wood Recycling website for more information, or call 01273 203040.
Sussex Cricket Foundation Academy - Launches in September Sussex
Cricket Foundation Academy, in partnership with Portslade Aldridge Community Academy, is offering 16-18 year olds the opportunity to study for an educational qualification within a professional sporting environment and develop skills and progress to a career within the sports industry. The one year full-time multi-sports course that will be incorporating regular cricket, football, volleyball, badminton and squash sessions. For more information, contact Gary Wallis-Tayler by email or call 01273 827114/07702 867817.