Programmes aimed at women, families and adults who need support to get a job.
WLA Work Hub
Our council is a partner within the West London Alliance (WLA). The WLA Work Hub is building strong relationships with great employers, such as the NHS and businesses in Heathrow, to secure good local jobs for our residents. Every week. new jobs are published for those seeking work, or looking for a change in career, in West London. Vacancies are updated regularly.
Visit the WLA Work Hub website to view current job opportunities. If you are currently unemployed, you can log your details with WLA Work Hub and they will match you with local programmes that can provide free employment support and advice.
JETS employment support scheme
This scheme is open to adults in receipt of benefits who have been unemployed for 13 weeks or more.
Whether you've recently lost your job or have been unemployed for a longer time, the JETS employment support scheme can help you to develop your skills, find and apply for the jobs you want and get into work.
Pathways is a specialist skills, training and employability provider, supporting people into employment and training.
They deliver several qualifications (across different sectors), including digital skills, customer service, retail, functional skills, warehouse and logistics, personnel development (employability) and business administration.
The GRoW programme is delivered by Belina Consulting and helps women gain the necessary skills and confidence to get into employment, enterprise and/or training.
As well as supportive group sessions, Belina provides personalised employment support to parents and children who face problems or difficulties, which could include relationship breakdown, housing issues, debt, health problems, mental health issues, domestic violence and truancy.
For more information about the Get ready for work programme, visit the GRoW website
Hillingdon Adult and Community Learning
Hillingdon Adult and Community Learning provides employment support and training for unemployed residents.