WECIL will be delivering a new pre-employment course from October 2018.
Along with Community Learning West, WECIL has developed a pre-employment course with a difference, this is a course for anyone who identifies as disabled including hidden disabilities such as mental health conditions and dyslexia. Better Together is for those who are on their first steps of their journey back into employment or learning and will concentrate on building confidence and improving wellbeing.
Better Together is a 5 week course and will be run from various locations around Bristol – in fact if you have a room and think this would be of benefit to your service users please contact Alison Browning about running a course at your centre.
Tuesday 5th of February from 10am to 2pm
Tuesday 12th of February from 10am to 2pm
Tuesday 19th of February from 10am to 2pm
Tuesday 26th of February from 10am to 2pm
Tuesday 5th of March from 10am to 2pm
You can download a helpful guide here that includes information about the venue. Pluss Office Information
If you would like more information or would like to book then please contact Alison Browning, Employment Coordinator:
Telephone: 0117 947 9911.
Are you looking for a career in care? Then come along to our recruitment event, you can find the full details here. https://www.wecil.co.uk/caring-together-recruitment-event-monday-19th-november/
Specialist Employability Support is available to anyone living in Bristol and surrounding areas with a registered sight impairment. WECIL are working in partnership with The Royal National College for the Blind to deliver one to one employment support for up to twelve months. If you would like more information about this service then please contact Alison Browning using the details below.
Additional information can also be found here Specialist Employability Support
For more information about our Employment Support contact Alison Browning either by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone
0117 947 9911.
Our support and information is for anyone in Bristol and the surrounding areas that identifies as being a disabled person.