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We can help you get in to work
We offer a range of services to help you gain the skills, confidence and motivation to get back into work. Our drive to help people get back into employment is linked to our second objective as a responsible housing provider and Charitable Community Benefit Society: 'Supporting our customers to be more independent and our communities to be more sustainable'.
You can learn more about our objectives here.
Click on the headings below to learn more about each of the services we offer along with how you can get help.
1. Work clubs
We offer support with application forms, online job searching, CVs, IT training, 1 to 1 guidance and debt and money advice.
Visit one of our UCAN centres for more information on what we can offer. We offer support with application forms, online job searching, CVs, IT training, 1 to 1 guidance and debt and money advice.
Click here to find your nearest UCAN centre.
3. Skills support for employment
Skills Support for Employment is a Greater Manchester Programme which offers free one to one support, training, qualifications, work experience and help finding the perfect job.
Participants need to have a valid National Insurance number and be at least 19 years old.
Please visit Bolton Council to find out more.
5. Education and training
There are a range of online courses that you can access for free on our Customer E-learning zone that can support you with your learning and development.
Click here to log in or register.
6. In work support
From day one of employment, we'll offer 6 months support to help you overcome any barriers you may find when starting in new employment.
This ranges from financial issues to getting the right clothing for the job. Support is offered either by email, phone or face to face and we encourage you to contact us regularly so we can ensure no problems are left for any length of time.
7. Working Wardrobe
Working Wardrobe has been set up to tackle another barrier into employment that so many men and women face today. That barrier is the lack of suitable clothing to wear in order to make a good first impression at the interview.
Learn more about how Working Wardrobe can help here.
9. The Skills for Employment service
The Skills for Employment service operates across Greater Manchester and provides personalised support to adults who are out of work, to improve their skills and find sustainable employment. Skills for Employment is delivered by MGC’s Work Company and a network of local skills and employment providers, including Bolton at Home.
Click here for more information.