Unique Bristol-based back-to-work scheme for mums launched by the Mayor this week
The Women’s Work Lab is the first employment training programme in the UK to offer workplace training and professional work experience. Specifically aimed at socially disadvantaged and unemployed mums.
Officially launched by Mayor Marvin Rees at City Hall the 5th February the initiative is jointly funded by partner organisations and Stepping Up – Bristol City Council’s leadership programme.
See more details on the council’s news releases: https://news.bristol.gov.uk/news/unique-bristol-based-back-to-work-scheme-for-mums-launched-by-the-mayor-this-week Or visit their website: https://www.womensworklab.co.uk/
The February course is closed for applications and they are now taking expressions of interest for the September 2020 cohort.