The four-week intensive programme will support you with the following:
Training in priority sectors such as:
The Covid-19 Recovery Academy seeks to help those whose jobs have been impacted by Covid-19 – either through redundancy, recent unemployment or unable to retrain due to Covid. We will support with training and skills to enter the workforce, whether it is a first job or a new career.
Signing up to Shaw Trust’s Covid-19 Recovery Academy will give you the opportunity to gain qualifications, receive support based on your needs and learn new skills, as well as open doors to employment and progression opportunities. We are working closely with local employers to secure both work placements and permanent employment opportunities.
The Covid-19 Recovery Academy seeks to help those whose jobs have been impacted by Covid-19 – either through redundancy, recent unemployment or unable to re-train due to Covid.
We can support any age, ability and background, to start or change your future.
You will have dedicated support and gain qualifications and work experience within your chosen filed and depending on local area employment needs. This will include:
To be able to access this service, you must be:
If you are interested and feel you meet the above eligibility criteria, please download and complete the application form. You can attach this to the contact form below, or send it directly to email@example.com.
For an informal discussion about joining the Academy please contact Jo McKechnie on 07850 775 035 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
South East LEP COVID-19 Recovery Funds
As part of the South East Local Enterprise Partnership’s (SELEP) focus to support businesses and skills in 2021, the LEP has made available £4.4m for its new COVID-19 Recovery Funds.
The funding focuses on support for businesses recovering from the impacts of the pandemic, and to support investment in skills in response to the employment crisis experienced in 2020/21 as a result of COVID-19.
About the South East LEP
SELEP is a genuine partnership for growth between business, government and education. We put the role of enterprise – as the driving motor of the economy – at the heart of everything we do; and we work in partnership with central government and its key agencies to pursue and attract major investment into the South East to deliver significant economic growth.
One of 38 LEPs established by the government, our role is to forge a partnership which properly understands the economic challenges and opportunities of our area, encourage an environment which delivers prosperity and to be directly accountable to local people and local businesses. LEPs decide what the priorities should be for investment in roads, buildings, and facilities in the area as part of an integrated approach to growth and infrastructure delivery.
We represent the largest LEP area in England outside London, in terms of population and economic output, and cover an area encompassing the local authority areas of East Sussex, Essex, Kent, Medway, Southend and Thurrock. Head to southeastlep.com to find out more.
Essex County Council
Essex County Council have also made a substantial contribution towards the funding of this project.
Please download and complete the application form above and send the form directly to email@example.com.
For further information please contact Jo McKechnie on 07850 775 035, or complete the form below.