Gah! The future. What happens next?! It can be a pretty scary thought. But the free RSBC employability programme can help you get the skills that could make your dream job a reality.
We know that looking for work can be a daunting prospect, where do you start?! Luckily our free employability course will prepare you for what to expect from the job hunting process and beyond, and give you the skills you need to succeed. From CV writing and technology skills right through to mock interviews, work experience and meeting potential employers, our programme will guide you through the skills you’ll need to feel job ready and confident to succeed independently in the workplace.
What you’ll learn throughout the programme
During the programme you’ll attend weekly workshops and one to one sessions, completing up to 8 topics each focusing on employability skills and aspects of job readiness:
- Job search techniques
- Interview skills
- Using assistive technology
To find out more about these topics please phone or email us and a member of the team will be in touch.
Record Last Updated on: 14/05/2018
Time / Date Details
Each month you will take part in: Our network forum (group activities with other young people on the programme) / Interactive workshops / Regular one to one sessions with your own support worker. These are usually run on weekday afternoons.
The RSBC Employability Programme is free of charge
Who is eligible?
Any blind or partially sighted young person aged between 18-25 is eligible to attend our groups.
Is your organisation a registered charity? Yes
If yes, what is the registered charity number? 307892
What to do if you have a complaint
As a first point of contact please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
A member of our team will give you a call to discuss any concerns further.
Alternatively you can give us a call on: 020 3198 0225
How to Get Here
Local Bus Numbers: 67, 76, 149, 243, 38,
Tube: Dalston Junction
Train: Dalston Kingsland
Disabled parking: We are unable to offer any parking
Can you provide any transport to or from your service?
If needed someone will be available to meet you from local transport links.
What qualifications do staff/volunteers need to deliver your service:
No official qualifications but all staff and volunteers are DBS checked.
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