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Employment Support for Carers

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Carers Support Centre is currently supporting carers in the local area to gain new skills and find flexible employment that fits around their caring role. If you are working with any carers who you think may benefit from our service, please forward them the following details:

Carers Support Centre is working with unpaid carer 16+ in the local area to help them upskill and find flexible employment. To be eligible for the project you need to be:

  • Carer aged 16+
  • Not currently working or started a new claim for job seekers allowance in the last 12 months
  • Live in Bristol, South Gloucestershire, BANES or North Somerset
  • Evidence of legal right to work in the United Kingdom such as passport or birth certificate.

Support Available:

  • 1:1 personalised support sessions to help you gain confidence and achieve your employment goals
  • Help to create or update your CV
  • Job application support
  • Mock interviews and preparation
  • Access to online & face to face training and workshops 
  • Source flexible work placements and job tasters
The West of England Works project is project is led by Weston College and is part of the Building Better Opportunities national programme, receiving funding from the Big Lottery Fund and the European Social Fund. The project aims to support young people and adults who face multiple and complex barriers to securing sustainable employment and training across the West of England area. The partnership includes a range of voluntary and community organisations throughout the region. For more information or to refer on to the project please contact employment@carerssupportcentre.org.uk.

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