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Training options and Barriers that can be overcome

DWP ( Jobcentre)Training ProvisionDWP(Jobcentre plus) for many years has sent Job seekers on training courses to boost their C.V's but also to create employability options The more common training courses have includedBasic Food Hygiene CourseManual HandlingFirst AidMany have been encouraged to check out Safeguarding and other related training courses. Often this was purely to put something on a CV This used to take some planning to get these qualifications. Often they were not accessible.…See More
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I found this video easy to understand you saw the results on this guy's site and I found i could turn my site Benefits2workfrom ok to Good on YoastSee More
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Modern slavery in the U.K today

We must make life as difficult as possible for today's slave masters and traffickers, and the position of the victims of slavery must be transformed” The figures speak for them selves Romania, Hungary, Lithuania and Poland are part of the Eastern European block has been. In the news many of these countries you will see the prosperous aspects of the countries. Those travelling into the U.K from Poland and Lithuania for example there are no Visa requirements just the need to carry their…See More
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Our article on Mental Health has become the most popular article this yearHowever they are not aloneHere are some well know names who have done something with their livesThere are 3 videos and worth viewing to encourage youSee More
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Universal Credit Roll out

The Universal Credit Role out will affect Self-Employed and employedUniversal Credit brings together 6 benefits and tax credits into 1. The new service is already available in over 50 Jobcentres in England, Wales and Scotland, and will be available in nearly 100 Jobcentres by Christmas.The route that Universal Credit will take you through …See More
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These images were taken on 1st September -2nd Sept of Two of the Apprenticelife Network Twitter accounts They include sample Tweets from existing clients. Peter has taken great care developing his following Benefits2Apprenticeships is a huge network of close to 35,000 people and growing daily with people from all walks of life, school leavers, job seekers, apprenticeship seekers, the long term unemployed, NEET's, charities and organisations, training providers, vacancies, apprenticeships…See More
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We provide support for those searching for work in Lincoln but pur aim is to support all through CJSS

If you are looking at a time effective way of applying for work we have a site that is coming on line next year that will provide unique support

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Training options and Barriers that can be overcome

Posted on March 28, 2015 at 19:24 0 Comments

DWP ( Jobcentre)Training Provision

DWP(Jobcentre plus) for many years has sent Job seekers on training courses to boost their C.V's but also to create employability options The more common training courses have included

Basic Food Hygiene Course

Manual Handling

First Aid

Many have been encouraged to check out Safeguarding and other related training courses. Often this was purely to put…

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SEO for a real beginner

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I found this video easy to understand you saw the results on this guy's site and I found i could turn my site Benefits2workfrom ok to Good on Yoast

Modern slavery in the U.K today

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We must make life as difficult as possible for today's slave masters and traffickers, and the position of the victims of slavery must be transformed”…



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At 12:02 on September 10, 2013, Ben Guyzie Guy said…

yer will do just havin a look now

At 9:58 on January 14, 2013, David Mcginty said…

Thanks for this site, it`s very positive, with the advice and guidance, and knowledge that there are alternatives that anyone can explore, this is very helpful.

At 22:37 on January 8, 2013, Nick Stephenson said…

Good idea, hopefully they will start writing letters to their MPs to point out how unfair a benefit cut is. I wrote a piece on UnemployedNet about the fairness argument -

http://unemployednet.org/what-%E2%80%98fair%E2%80%99-benefit-claimants-and-taxpayers

You might like to take a look.

At 18:38 on September 21, 2012, Gray Hammett said…

Hi John, thank you also for the warm welcome to this site. Would you drop off  or post me some more of your A6 leaflets?  I will leave a load at my church & at Inguess (? spelling).
As I had a printing business some years ago, I will find some way of producing them free.
You could sell advertising on the back of your leaflet? So if you charge your actual cost, then they will be free!
As I mentioned to Reza, I believe that we could all make some money out of all we do between all of us. So I will be taking a good look thro' all the site, so I get a feel for what it is etc. Then when I get my thinking head on, I think I would be a valuable asset & supporter of the website.

Thans again for the warm welcome,

All the best,

Gray Hammett
Please take a quick look at one of my short presentation videos here:

http://goo.gl/b3Pj2

At 9:27 on April 28, 2012, tracy louth said…

thank you, i came on here due to being out of work and needing a job, i have got an interview on monday now so im hoping that if it goes well i will finally be in employment again

At 17:47 on April 11, 2012, Tracey Morewood said…

Thank you, I am new to all of this blogging though.

 
 
 

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