Working4U offer a wide range of services which can help you get into work
- Drop in services across Clydebank, Dumbarton and Alexandria
- One to one mentoring support
- Access to funding
- Sector Specific Training including Getting Started in IT, Moving on in IT, Construction skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) and Social Care.
- Personal Development training including STEPS to Excellence and Confidence Building
- Employability Workshops including CV writing, Interview Skills and Application Form Filling
We can help you match your skills, experience and interest with job vacancies.
Interested in a Modern Apprenticeship?
A Modern Apprenticeship provides paid 'on the job' training. It can also improve your skills in communication, reading, writing and numbers, I.T., team work and problem solving - all of value to any employer. There are a range of apprenticeships offered - get in touch for more information.
Would you like further qualifications?
We all know qualifications can be important when looking for work. We can help you gain a range of qualifications and sector specific qualifications for FREE. There are lots of choices available for you to get qualifications - you can join short courses, a learning group, short workshops - it's up to you.
Do you want to increase your confidence?
We all lack confidence sometimes but if you feel this holds you back then a confidence building course many be the answer.
Do you wish you could feel more confident to move forward in your life - make positive changes?
Then a confidence building course may be just what you need. People who come along to these courses tend to feel better in themselves, more able to take part in activities and stand up for themselves. They can see a new more positive future for themselves and their families, this can involve moving onto other learning, getting a job, volunteering or starting training.
Do you need help to use computers?
We offer a range of options for people to learn to use a computer - for absolute beginners and for those who want to improve their computing skills. This can include gaining a qualification.
There is also support for using the Universal Jobmatch website and using the computer for job searching, doing CV's, and covering letters.
Sounds good but unsure where to begin?
If yes then please get in touch and a member of the team can discuss it further with you.