Welcome to the Access Southampton Events & Opportunities Calendar
Below is a summary of the latest careers events, training courses, employment opportunities and open days that are coming up in Southampton. These opportunities will give you the chance to develop new and existing skills, meet employers face to face, or find out about local colleges and training providers. Please note, this is not an exhaustive list and times/locations may be subject to change – always contact the training provider to find out more information.
Fareham College Open Evening
When: Wednesday 25th April 2018 5pm-7pm
Where: Fareham College, Bishopsfield Road, Fareham, Hampshire, PO14 1NH
Opportunity Meets Talent 2018
When: Thursday 26th April 2018 10am-3:30pm
Where: St. Mary’s Football Stadium, Southampton
Are you a student looking to get your foot on the career ladder?
This event is your chance to meet the region’s leading businesses, recruiters and educators to grab opportunities for future employment.
You will also have the chance to share CVs, hear about live job opportunities from employers, attend a number of “Insight Into” sessions to learn more about working within specific sectors and much more.
Please note pre-registration will close at 16:30 on 25th April 2018. If you haven’t registered by this time please come along on the day and register on the door.
Employers will be on hand showcasing their organisations and career opportunities directly to hundreds of talented students, who are seeking local employment.
Educators will be at this event assisting students with their career strengthening provision.
In addition get valuable advice on:
- Getting your CV ready
- Have your professional profile photo taken by Solent Creatives
- Advice on cleaning up your social media
- “Insight Into” sessions running throughout the day covering sectors: Health, Travel, Leisure, Tourism, Construction, Finance, Professional Services, Technology, Digital, Media and Public Services
- Viewings of St Marys pitch will be available
- Cash refreshments available
- 1:1 advice from employers
- Roaming careers advisors will be on hand to help
Exhibiting employers already confirmed:
- ABP Southampton
- Brymor Construction Ltd
- Carnival UK
- Cobham plc
- Eastleigh College
- Hadland Care Group Ltd
- Hampshire County Council
- Lester Aldridge LLP
- Old Mutual Wealth
- Ordnance Survey
- Portsmouth College
- Red Funnel
- Royal Navy and Royal Marines Careers
- Southampton City College
- Southampton City Council
- Southampton Hoteliers Association
- Southampton Solent University
- Southdowns College
- Southern Co-op
- Womble Bond Dickinson UK LLP
For more information or to book your place, please visit: www.businesssouth.org/events/opportunity-meets-talent-convention
National Careers Service Executive Workshop
When: Tuesday 1st May 2018 10am-3.30pm
Where: Basepoint Centre, Southampton
Group Workshop with approx. 12 attendees covering…..
- Skills analysis
- Your Brand
- What are employers looking for?
- Labour Market Information
- CV hints and tips
- Hidden job hunting techniques
- Electronic job hunting ideas
- Interview techniques
- Digital and Social Media
- Sharing of good ideas, methods and techniques
A chance to network with like-minded individuals This day long workshop is open to management level clients as well as graduates or those looking to upskill.
Please call 01329 559169 to book
Itchen Sixth Form College Open Evening
When: Wednesday 2nd May 2018 5pm-8pm
Where: Itchen College, Middle Road, Bitterne, Southampton, Hampshire, SO19 7TB
Open evening for years 10 and 11 only
Brockenhurst College Open Evening
When: Wednesday 2nd May 2018 5:30pm-8pm
Where: Brockenhurst College, Lyndhurst Road, Brockenhurst, Hampshire, SO42 7ZE
Prince’s Trust Referrer’s Open Day
When: Thursday 3rd May 2018 11am-2pm
Where: Solent Centre, High Street, Southampton, SO14 2NS
The Prince’s Trust Outreach Team of Paul and Jo would like to invite you to our Referrers Open Day on the 3rd May 2018 between 11am and 2pm. Drop in for a coffee/tea and cake to have a look at our refreshed Solent Centre and to discuss our new referral process.
We will both be on hand to show you around and to talk about forth-coming programmes as well as being joined by Dawn Thurston, South of England Outreach Manager and Russell Knight, Senior Head of Outreach, Assessment and Outcomes.
We would love to see as many of you as possible so please book some time in you diary to pay us a visit.
Barton Peveril College Open Evening
When: Thursday 3rd May 2018 5:30pm-8:30pm
Where: Barton Peveril College, Chestnut Avenue, Eastleigh, Hampshire, SO50 5ZA
Prince’s Trust TEAM Programme
When: Starts Tuesday 8th May 2018 for 12 weeks
Where: Redbridge Fire Station, Southampton
Prince’s Trust team programme is a 12 week self development programme which is completely free and doesn’t affect any benefits.
The course is for 16 – 25 year olds who are not in education or employment.
The course is designed to help young adults gain key skills needed to get back into a positive outcome.
The key weeks of the programme are
- Residential in the new forest – Team building
- Community project – Great for the CV
- Work placement – CV’s, application forms, work experience
- Team challenge – Helping the local community, great for the CV
You will also gain key skills from the local fire station such as road traffic collision, fire safety and first aid.
The course start’s on the 8th May 2018 and we are actively recruiting in your local area.
Level 1 Retail Course in conjunction with Lidl
When: Tuesday 8th May 2018 – Friday 11th May 2018 9am-5pm
Where: City College Southampton, St Mary Street, Southampton, SO14 1AR
This course is designed to offer individuals the opportunity to access a short course to support them in their journey back to employment or develop those in retail or with an interest in Retail, even if currently working.
The course covers a range of employability and work skills topics for Retail, Including Customer service, Business, Health and safety , selling, replenishment and team work
The course aims to build confidence in the workplace and personal development skills. Successful completion of the course guarantees individuals an interview for a permanent role at a variety of Lidl Retail stores across the town.
Claiming JSA, ESA, IS, WRAG, UC
Entry Level 3 and above
To make a referral for this course, please contact Ria by emailing Ria.Price@southampton-city.ac.uk or calling 07919 212935 before 7th May 2018.
Level 3 Certificate in First Line Management
When: Thursday 10th May 2018 and then every Thursday for 8 weeks 5pm-8pm
Where: City College Southampton, St Mary Street, Southampton, SO14 1AR
The Level 3 CMI qualification in First Line Management is a 8 week course developed for supervisors and first line managers who have operational responsibility for a defined area of activity.
This professional qualification gives managers the communication and motivational skills to help improve operational efficiency.
The Level 3 Certificate in First Line Management gives you a broader knowledge of effective management skills while focusing on the specific management areas appropriate to you and your workplace.
Take advantage of this fully funded course
The 2 units you will achieve are:
Improving team performance
Introduction to first line management
Assessment is normally via practical work-based assignments. This ensures you minimise time away from work and that you undertake work study which is relevant to your own organisation’s context.
Must have English at a GCSE grade C+ or equivalent
To make a referral for this course, please contact Emma by emailing Emma.email@example.com or calling 07919 212935 before 3rd May 2018.
Apollo Academy Open Day
When: Saturday 12th May 2018 1pm-6pm
Where: Unit 6, Fitzherbert Road, Farlington, Portsmouth, PO6 1RU
Lidl Warehousing Course
When: Monday 14th May – Friday 25th May 2018 9am-5pm
Where: City College Southampton, St Mary Street, Southampton, SO14 1AR
This course is designed to offer individuals the opportunity to access a short course to support them in their journey back to employment. The course covers a range of employability and work skills topics for Warehousing and Storage roles including Picking and Packing, Goods In and Recycling.
The course aims to build confidence in the workplace and personal development skills. Successful completion of the course guarantees individuals an interview for a permanent role at the Lidl Regional Distribution Centre in Nursling across a range of shift patterns.
Claiming JSA, ESA, IS, WRAG, UC
Entry Level 3 and above
To make a referral for this course, please contact Ria.Price@southampton-city.ac.uk or speak to you Work Coach/Jobcentre before 11th May 2018.
Prince’s Trust Fairbridge Programme
When: Starts Monday 21st May 2018
Where: Solent Centre, High Street, Southampton, SO14 2NS
Do you work with a Young Person who would benefit from the a personal development programme, working on skills such as confidence, resilience, motivation, team work, reliability and self-esteem .
The Fairbridge Programme is a FREE Personal Development Programme for young people aged 16 – 25 who are currently unemployed or who lack the skills or confidence to engage in full time training or education
ACCESS – Is an introductory week where the young people will take part in activities such as climbing, raft-building and a two night residential. Young People also have the opportunity to achieve the Prince’s Trust Personal Development and Employability skills qualification
FOLLOW-ON – is an individually tailored journey where young people pick and choose the sessions they want to attend. What kind of activities do we offer?
- High Ropes
- Budgeting and employability sessions
- Bush craft and outdoor cooking sessions
- Conservation and community projects
1:1 SUPPORT – Throughout the programme Young People will be supported by a dedicated worker who will help them set goals and work with them to develop the skills to move towards a positive outcome
IN ADDITION – Young People will have the opportunity to build their skills base, developing their numeracy and literacy with the support of specialist staff
MOVING ON – When the time is right for the young people to leave the programme they are supported into positive outcomes and will received 3 months of follow up support from their dedicated worker
To refer a young person please call Paul on 02380 206985 / 07717 487993 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to hear more about the programme and book an induction. The next course starts 21st May 2018
When: Monday 4th June – Friday 29th June 2018 (Information Day Tuesday 16th May 2018)
Where: Placements available at Southampton Central, Portsmouth & Southsea, Havant, Fareham, Winchester, Bournemouth, Salisbury and Basingstoke train stations
The Prince’s Trust in partnership with South Western Railway are running a customer service employability programme across the Solent area through the month of June 2018. The training element for this programme will be in Southampton but work placements could be at either Southampton Central, Portsmouth & Southsea, Havant, Fareham, Winchester, Bournemouth, Salisbury and Basingstoke train stations.
The programme will run from 4th – 29th June with an information day scheduled beforehand on the 15th May followed by a taster/selection day on Wednesday 16th May. This programme is for NEET (not in employment, education or training) young people aged 18-30 who are interested in working within this sector.
What’s in it for candidates?
- Gain Customer service training in a railway station environment
- Receive specific customer service training from SWR trainers
- Work experience in a customer service role
- Improve your teamwork and communication skills and boost your confidence
- Improve your interview skills and CV
- Get support in applying for positions available with SWR and their agency providers
- Receive six months’ support after the programme to help you find a job
- Free South Western Railway travel to training/work experience venues throughout
*Please note photo ID and documents will be needed to complete security checks and there will be a mandatory health check prior to the course starting where candidates will be tested for drugs & alcohol*
How to apply?
Young people interested in this course can be referred by using the attached referral form that will need to be sent to email@example.com by no later than COB Thursday 11th May. Young people can register their own interest by contacting Joe using the same email address or by texting/calling 07943 511218.
Candidates will need to be available for the full programme including the information session on Tuesday 15th May and taster/selection day on Wednesday 16th May.
Totton College Open Evening
When: Wednesday 6th June 2018 5:30pm-7:30pm
Where: Totton College, Calmore Road, Totton, Hampshire, SO40 3ZX
Eastleigh College Open Evening
When: Wednesday 13th June 2018 5:30pm-7:30pm
Where: Eastleigh College, Chestnut Avenue, Eastleigh, Hampshire, SO50 5FS
Year 10 Open Event
City College Southampton Open Morning
When: Saturday 16th June 2018 9:30am-1pm
Where: City College Southampton, St Mary Street, Southampton, Hampshire, SO14 1AR
Women in STEM CPD event for Careers Advisers, Teachers and Educational Professionals
When: Wednesday 20th June 2018 3pm-6pm
Where: Bournemouth and Poole College, The STEM Centre, North Road, Poole, BH14 0LS
Following on from the success of last year’s Women in STEM CPD event the CEIAG Team at Bournemouth and Poole College are pleased to announce that this year’s event will take place on Wednesday 20th June 2018 from 3pm – 6.00pm.
The aim of this event is to:
- Support careers education, information, advice and guidance with a focus towards challenging non stereotypical choices
- Inspire young women to consider careers in STEM
- Raise awareness of STEM career opportunities for young women
- Bring together College, Careers and School staff with the common aim of raising the aspirations of young people and challenging stereotypes
- Create STEM networks and opportunities for CPD
If you would like to attend the event then please book your space on Eventbrite at:
If you require any more information then please contact me via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone: 01202 205312.
Women in Engineering Day at Carnival UK
When: Saturday 23rd June 2018 – 10.00 am until 12:30pm
Where: Azura (terminal to be confirmed)
In support of ‘International Women in Engineering Day’ Carnival UK are offering a guided tour on board P&O Cruises Azura.
The tour is aimed at young women between 12-18 years old who are interested in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
As well as a tour of the ship there will be a question and answer session where you will be able to learn about the careers available at sea and the lifelong career prospects offered by the maritime industry. There will be a particular focus on Cadet schemes.
Please note: All under 18s must be accompanied by an adult, photographic ID will be required and tours are subject to operational restrictions on the day.
Places are limited so please register your interest as soon as possible by emailing: email@example.com
National Citizen Service
When: 6 dates between June and August 2018
WHY DO NCS?
The National Citizen Service (NCS) is a once-in-a-lifetime experience for all 16 – 17 year olds that builds skills and confidence whilst also helping them get ahead in work and life.
There are a number of benefits in taking part. NCS will improve a young person’s CV by giving them important skills for work and life that are hard to teach in the classroom alone. The programme will help young people contribute to their local community, and in doing so meet new people from different backgrounds and develop their social skills.
WHAT HAPPENS ON NCS?
The programme runs over 4 weeks:
Week 1– Five days away from home enjoying instructor-led group activities such as kayaking, coasteering and rock climbing.
Week 2 – While spending 5 days living in Southampton Solent University Halls, the young people’s responsibility is increased as they have to cook and budget for themselves, and are encouraged to become more independent, through a range of activities such as first aid.
Weeks 3 & 4 – The young people will meet with local businesses and organisations, before planning a ‘Social Action Project’ in their local community. They will then pitch for funding to kick starts their chosen project, ready to make an impact in Southampton.
Finally…they graduate – receiving a certificate signed by the Prime Minister. As part of the NCS Graduate Programme they get access to unique opportunities to continue volunteering and stay connected to each other and their local community.
There is a small cost to the programme of £50, which covers all food and accommodation whilst away, and all activities during the programme.
There are 4 ways to reserve your place:
Fill in the application form and return it in the pre paid envelope. (these can be provided on request via firstname.lastname@example.org)
Go online at www.NCSYES.co.uk and you’ll see a link to sign up for NCS.
Phone our office on 02380 770713 and sign up over the phone.
To secure your place, a payment of £50 needs to be made. You can pay online, by cheque, or over the phone. Full bursaries and reductions are also available. Again, please call us to discuss. If a young person is eligible for free school meals, the cost is only £20 for all food, activities, transport.
Your young person can pick from the following waves, please check your availability accordingly.
Summer 2018 Dates
Wave 1- Mon 25th June – Fri 20th July
Wave 2 –Mon 2nd July- Fri 27th July
Wave 3 –Mon 9th July – Fri 3rd August
Wave 4 – Mon 23rd July – Fri 17th August
Wave 5 – Mon 30thJuly –Fri 24th August*
Wave 6 – Mon 6th August – Fri 31st August**
*Indoor accommodation with outdoor activities in week 1 (may suit those with additional needs or who don’t like camping but still want all the outdoor challenge activities)
**indoor accommodation with art workshops as an alternative to outdoor activities on in week 1 of wave 6. (may suit those who do not want to complete outdoor challenge activities but still stay away from home, meet new people and enjoy something new)
CTP Employment Fair
When: Thursday 11th October 2018
Whether you’re still considering your options or ready for the civilian job market, don’t miss out on this fantastic networking opportunity where you might just find your next job!
Each Employment Fair will have up to 90 national and local companies in attendance who will be offering a wide range of employment opportunities for leavers of the Armed Forces. Check the events calendar on the CTP website for the most up to date information on which companies are exhibiting.
To book your place, call the Central Bookings Team on 0203 162 4410.
Please note: This event is open to serving and ex-military personnel who have pre-registered to attend through the Career Transition Partnership, and not to the general public.
If you are an employer and interested in exhibiting at CTP events, please email us at CTPEvents@ctp.org.uk
For more information about this event, please visit: www.ctp.org.uk/events/details/CTP+Employment+Fair-488643
TEEM Work Clubs
Southampton City Council’s Employment Support Team runs several work clubs across Southampton every week as part of their TEEM Project (Training, Education, Employment, Motivation). The works clubs are open to Council Tenants and two of the work clubs (Central and Bitterne) are open to everyone. The work clubs are an opportunity to gain employment advice and support from the Employment Support Team’s dedicated employment officers. For more information contact Francesca on 023 8091 7585 or Francesca.email@example.com
When: Every Week
Mondays – Bitterne Library, SO18 5EG, 10am-12pm
Mondays – Weston Community Library, 1pm-3pm
Tuesdays – Maybush Local Housing Office, 43-45 Irving Road, SO16 4EG, 10am-12pm
Wednesdays – Northam Community Centre, Kent Street, SO14 5SP, 10am-12pm
Wednesdays – Central Housing Office, 100F St Mary Street, SO14 7FL, 1pm-3pm
Thursdays – Central Library, SO14 7LR, 3pm-5pm
Westquay Jobs and Training Opportunities
Hammerson Plc, the developer and owner-manager of Westquay Shopping Centre is committed to training and employing local people. Westquay Works has been created to support you find the right job in the new restaurants and cinema in Westquay South and the existing retailers in Westquay North.
Westquay has a range of opportunities with a state of the art cinema, top leisure and catering brands and new public space with year round entertainment, as well as existing retailers and restaurants. There are always a range of job opportunities available in sales, customer service and management.
As part of their commitment, Hammerson are providing advice and free training (subject to criteria) covering management, food hygiene, customer service and key skills to secure a job at Westquay.
To see the full list of vacancies at Westquay and to find out about training to work there, check out Westquay Works
If you’re currently seeking work, follow the link below for help in gaining the skills and qualifications to enhance your CV and prepare you for that important interview: www.brock.ac.uk/employers/quickstart-employment-services/westquay-watermark/
When: All the time
Where: Across Southampton
With many services moving online including housing benefits, college and apprenticeship applications and even online shopping, it can be very daunting for people who don’t know how to use computers and IT systems. Southampton City Council have put together an interactive IT map which shows information about a wide range of IT facilities, training and free WiFi that is available in Southampton to help support people to get online. The map is designed to be used by advisers, family and friends or a user themselves to find the most appropriate IT training/facilities to suit them.
If you are aware of any other free training or online help we can add to the list, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Construction Work Experience on a major development site
Where: Major development sites within the Southampton city boundary
This is an exciting opportunity for individuals to gain experience of major development construction sites on a 2 week work placement in Southampton. Placements are agreed locally with the placement organisation and placements are a maximum of 30 hours per week.
Commitment to completing the work experience and an understanding of its value in gaining employment should be clearly demonstrated by the prospective participant. Clarity on which trade / profession within construction they would like work experience of is required.
To access this opportunity, you need to be:
Aged 18 and over
Fit for manual work
Qualified to at least Level 1
Not currently in paid employment
A resident of Southampton
A holder of a current CSCS card or recent pass certificate (within 60 days)
If you are interested in this opportunity, please speak to your adviser or support worker. To make a referral or for more information, please contact Tim on 023 8083 3737 or email email@example.com
Kiwi Employability Courses
Kiwi Functional Skills and Level 1 Courses
Greenhouse Supported Volunteering Opporunities
When: All the time
Where: Citylife Volunteering venues across Southampton
The Greenhouse Programme by Citylife is a new initiative to support people into volunteering opportunities. Supported placements take place at a variety of locations including:
286 Events and Maintenance
Woodworking and Gardening
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their drop in session every Tuesday 10am-12pm (term time) at 286 Burgess Road, Southampton, SO16 3BE
Job Club and Tea and Tech
When: Tuesdays 10:30am-12:30pm
Where: Townhill Park Community Centre, Meggeson Avenue, SO18 2FH
Stepping Stones Welfare Reforms Support
Where: Wheatsheaf Trust
Have you been affected by the recent Welfare Reforms? Wheatsheaf Trust new service “Stepping Stones” provides support for families or individuals in the Southampton area who have been impacted by the benefit cap and the Universal Credit roll out.
They can provide 1:1 support with budgeting and helping to overcome barriers to employment as well as support people to explore funding options and tools to support with financial independence.
For more information about Stepping Stones, please call 023 8023 7662 or email email@example.com
Vicky Country Park Heritage Youth Group
When: Evenings, Weekends & After School
Where: Royal Victoria Country Park
Royal Victoria Country Park have set up a heritage youth group and are looking for 12-16 year olds who are interested in history and their local area. The group will have the opportunity to run events, design activities and help the team at the park to bring alive local heritage and history. This is an opportunity to:
Get involved and make a difference
Help run events
Help bring local heritage and history alive
If you are interested in joining the group, please contact Jo on 023 9224 4064 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Supported Internships for young people with education, health and care plans at Southampton City College
What is a Supported Internship?
The Supported Internship enables young people to combine a work placement with a work skills programme at college along with working on Maths and English skills.
Our personalised supported internship is aimed at young people aged 16 to 24 who have a or an EHC plan and who want to move into employment and need extra support to do so.
It is not so much a college course as an employment programme designed to get the intern into work. This internship programme will give young people the skills they need for work, through learning in the workplace.The programme is designed to assist disabled young people to achieve sustainable paid employment by giving them the skills they need for employment through learning in the workplace.
What will I be doing as part of an Internship?
Developing skills valued by employers
Improving work skills through a work placement
Developing confidence at work
Building up experience for a CV
Completing a range of work ready qualifications
Getting personalised support from a Tutor and work coach while you learn
Improving English and maths skills
Who can do a supported internship?
Anyone aged 16-24 with an Education, Health and Care plan can do a supported internship.
Will I get paid?
Supported internships are unpaid, but equip you with the skills that employers need in order for you to move on to paid employment.
How do I find out more?
Contact the admissions team at City College Southampton on:
DA Training and Consultancy Traineeships & Study Programme
Make Our Rights Reality (MORR)
When: Dates and Times are flexible
Where: No Limits, 13 High Street, Southampton, SO14 2DF
MORR (Make Our Rights Reality) MORR is a national project for people ages 15-25 which teaches young people about their rights and gives them support to solve everyday problems and give them a voice to challenge injustice equipping them with a new set of skills to help prevent and deal with everyday problems that may arise.
By the end of the training it is hoped that young people would:
Know more about their rights
Know how to find information and support they need
Have learnt useful ways to minimise stress caused by everyday problems
Have the confidence and skills to challenge unfairness
Realise they have power to change situations
MORR is a 9 hour course that is spread across a number weeks with flexibility with young people’s availability.
The MORR project is fun and FREE!!!
To find out more, there is an information flyer which can be downloaded here
For more information please contact No Limits on 023 8022 4224
No Limits SEE for your Future
When: Every Thursday 2-4pm
Where: No Limits Advice Centre, 13 High Street, Southampton, SO14 2DF
The No Limits Work Club is a drop in work club for young people every Thursday.
It delivers practical support to all young people (16 to 25 years old) wanting to get into full time and part time work, apprenticeships, training or voluntary work. For more information, please visit nolimitshelp.org.uk/get-help/work-club
Youth Forum Champions Opportunity
Southampton City Council are currently recruiting for Youth Forum Champions!
By becoming a member of the Youth Forum, young people will have the exciting opportunity to make a real difference not only to their own lives, but also the lives of other children, young people and families across the city.
Young people can become a member if:
They live in Southampton
Go to school or college in Southampton
Are in training in Southampton
Work in Southampton
By becoming a member, it is completely up to that young person how much or how little they want to be involved. By signing up, we will keep in touch (via email) by alerting them to the latest information, events and opportunities to have their say. Equally, if a young person has an idea such as a project, campaign or issue that they would like the Youth Forum to help with, then we want to hear from them.
We are also looking to recruit 30 Youth Forum Champions (aged 13-25), who would meet in person and be the face of the forum. We really want this group to be full of young people from variety of backgrounds, abilities and life experiences. The role is currently adaptable to meet the needs of the young people who may like to volunteer. We really want this to be their group- an opportunity for them to shape it as and how they like- with the support of the Youth Forum
If you are interested in the Youth Forum opportunities, know someone who might be, or would like further info, email email@example.com or sign up directly via this link: https://southamptoncitycouncil.researchfeedback.net/wh/s.asp?k=147326230244
My Journey to Employment
Information on Travel in the Southampton Travel to Work area
Weston Homework Club
When: Every Wednesday 3.30pm-5pm
Where: YMCA Weston Community Library, 68 Weston Lane, Southampton, SO19 9GH
Southampton University have recently set up a homework club that takes place at Weston Library. The sessions are for secondary school age pupils and run every Wednesday at Weston Library . The sessions are on a drop in basis, so there is no need to book in advance.
Out of Area Support
Do you need support finding work but live outside of Southampton? Check out these job clubs and support services from elsewhere in Hampshire
Totton College Job Club
When: Every Wednesday 1pm-4.30pm
Where: Forest First Nursery, Heather Road, Fawley, Southampton, SO45 1DZ
To book a place at the Job Club, please contact the Projects Team at Totton College on 023 8042 7353
RCS Job Clubs
When: Various times and days in the week
Where: Basingstoke and Andover
Get free one to one help to find work at one of four RCS Job Clubs
Tuesday: Basingstoke Discovery Centre 9.30am-12.30pm
Wednesday: Longmeadow Centre, Andover 10am-2pm
Wednesday: Basingstoke Discovery Centre 9.30am-3pm
Thursday: Oakridge Hall for All, Basingstoke 9.30am-12.30pm
For more information, please visit http://www.rcsservices.org.uk