Helping you into work
At different times in your life you may need a little extra advice and support to help you into work. Whether you are a lone parent, have a disability, leaving school or college, over 50, or simply out of work, there are a number of services and programmes we can help you with.
Leaving school, college or university
Moving from school, college or university into work can be a big step. Even if you have a good idea of where you want to be, the best way to get there is not always clear. But there are lots of opportunities and help available to you and this includes getting the experience you need and financial help for training.
We are working with partners like REED in Partnership and Learning curve giving our services users great opportunities, just drop in to any of our centres and ask.
Out of work
Whether you have been out of work for a short time or a longer period, your local Jobs and Benefits office can give you advice on financial support or benefits you may be entitled to for training, starting work or becoming self employed.
We can help by offering training opportunities, job search skills, work experience placements and supported job opportunities, to help you overcome barriers and get back into employment.
Sometimes going back to work can be a big step when you have been ill, and you may need a little more time before you are ready, why not try volunteering and let us help you find the perfect position for you by visiting our new volunteering website Recruit4good.
Mental Health Professionals
Anxious Minds is always trying to improve mental health and one of the ways we can do this is to help mental health professionals back into work please visit Recruit4good and upload you CV
Anxious Minds has partnered with The Learning Curve Group and REED in Partnership to provide free training and support to people in our local community looking to move back into employment or education you must be unemployed or on low income less than £16,000 a year.
Our Employability Partners