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15-05-2018, 16:09   #1
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Building Better Opportunities is a project that supports people who are currently facing barriers to employment to get back into work. We are funded by the European Social Fund and The Big Lottery. Our service works with people with mental and physical health conditions, learning disabilities and complex needs and aims to support them to find employment based on their skills and employment preferences.

Upon joining our service, you can receive support from the following:
- A Work and Enterprise Coach
- A Health and Well-being Coach
- Debt and Benefit Support
- Maths, English and IT training

The support that we offer will last until December 2018, which is the date that the funding from our project ends.

We have an event scheduled next week, to inform people about our service and what it entails. If you are interested, you will be able to sign up to join the service on the day.

The event is happening on Tuesday 22nd May between 10am-4pm at:
The Circle
Voluntary Action Sheffield
33 Rockingham Lane
S1 4FW

In order to sign up to our service, you need to be registered as unemployed and eligible to work in the UK. We require evidence as proof of this in order to start someone on our programme.

If you are interested in attending, but would like some additional information about the project before you do, please do not hesitate to get in touch. Furthermore, all information regarding the evidence required can be discussed.

You can contact me through the following formats:

Nathan Darnley - Work and Wellbeing Manager

Last edited by Groose; 15-05-2018 at 20:32. Reason: moved from jobs to events
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