Bridgend-based TSW Training will launch a second round of the highly successful Bridgend Employment Path in December, helping individuals who are economically inactive to get back into work.
The Bridgend Employment Path is a WCVA Active Inclusion project, funded by the European Social Fund. The project is aimed at individuals aged 25+ with low skills or are long-term unemployed (12 months or more) to form a clear pathway into employment. Designed to provide individuals with the confidence and experience they need to get a job through employability and skills training workshops, upskilling in essential skills and addressing the mind set required to access and maintain employment.
Those individuals selected to get involved in the project will be required to attend workshops located in Bridgend twice a week for a period of 12 weeks, during which time they will achieve accredited qualifications including Pearsons BTEC Level 2 in Work Skills and HABC Emergency First Aid at Work.
Trystan Jones, Director at TSW said;
'Those searching for work often struggle to find a job because they lack the skills employers want. The Bridgend Employment Path was designed to help individuals who want to work, gain the skills they need to find a job and become economically active.'
If you would like to know more about the project please contact Rebecca Grace-Ford on 02921 680075 or email email@example.com