Welcome to our journey.
eMploY-ABILITY Mission Statement
Across our programme we will work together with those furthest from the labour market, to deliver the best support and outcomes for our participants.
We will be recognising their individual needs with a tailored package of barrier-busting and support interventions – taking them on a journey into work, training or actively seeking work, moving at their pace and with their goals in mind.
We will build a programme that raises long-term awareness and confidence in underrepresented groups and those with additional barriers, that fosters greater social inclusion both in terms of economic and community participation – building a legacy for continued positive change and outcomes for the community and beneficiaries.
- Case Studies
- 3 Ways to Join
3 ways to join the eMploY-ABILITY journey…
- Refer your clients
For Peterborough and Kings Lynn referral please contact CP Learning Trust on Tel: 01354 696479
For Fenland referrals please contact Ferry Project on Tel: 01945 429300
- Provide support and services
- Open doors to volunteering, work experience & employment
For enquiries regarding services or volunteering/work experience/employment please contact the BBO Team on firstname.lastname@example.org
Use the eMploY-ABILITY Self Referral form below:
Our Partners are:
- Our journey so far
- Project background
The employability programme will support a significant number of those furthest from the labour market back into work in priority areas of Peterborough, Fenland, Kings Lynn and West Norfolk identified in the GCGP LEP ESIF strategy.
It will proactively tackle inequality by targeting underrepresented groups and those with additional barriers to foster greater social inclusion both in terms of economic and community participation.
Employability offers an innovative programme design based on a personalised approach with a tailored package of barrier busting and support interventions which are designed and commissioned with participants.
The key partners working together on the Employability project are:
Job role: BBO – Employability Key Worker
Salary: Up to £21,420 per annum
Hours: 37 hours per week
CP Learning Trust are delighted to be one of the partners delivering a programme of support called Building Better Opportunities (BBO) ‘eMploY-ABILITY’.
BBO is a project tackling poverty and promoting social inclusion in Peterborough, Kings Lynn, West Norfolk and Fenland. It is funded by The National Lottery Community Fund and the European Social Fund.
The programme supports a significant number of those furthest from the labour market back into work by offering innovative, personalised support with a tailored package of barrier busting interventions, designed and commissioned with participants.
The project is now in it’s the third year and we have a vacancy for an Employability Key Worker.
If you have at least 2 years’ experience of engaging and supporting unemployed and economically inactive people, working with them on confidence building, engagement in social activities, personal network development and barrier busting and have the desire to deliver the best outcomes for our programme participants, we would like to hear from you.
For further details about the role, skills, and experience required and to obtain an application pack, please contact Sam Jones on 01354 696479 or email@example.com.
- Deadline for applications: 9th December 2019
- Interview date: Week commencing: 16th December 2019
- Fixed term contract until 31st May 2020 (subject to review)
- The post is subject to funding
L16 South Fens Business Centre
Tel: 01354 696479
Charity Registration no. 1107631
- Working with and supporting the community
Our project aims to reach and engage with people and organisations in the community.
We are working with and supporting local people across our delivery areas of Peterborough, Kings Lynn, West Norfolk and Fenland.
As part of our Cross Cutting Themes commitment we will focus on Sustainable Development and Equality and Equal Opportunities – this will be at the heart of our project.
In practice this mean that our project will be accessible, tailored to and respect individual needs – our delivery will ensure that we make responsible decisions to work with the environment, economy and build a sustainable delivery model with lasting impact and legacy.