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Finding a Job Support - Cornwall

Friendly support with advice and guidance on how to find a job; access to free training courses (For Cornwall Residents)

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Work Routes

Summary

Price
Free
Study method
Blended (classroom and online)
Duration
Part-time
Qualification
No formal qualification
Additional info
  • Tutor is available to students

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Location & dates

Location
Address
The Palace Building
Quay Street
Truro
Cornwall
TR12HE
United Kingdom

Overview

Up to a full year of one to one support with training and development both virtual and classroom based, assisting you into employment.

We have offices in the following locations in Cornwall so can offer both in-person and virtual support (our offices are COVID-Secure)

  • Truro
  • Redruth
  • St Austell
  • Bodmin

Description

Have you been looking for work?

Our friendly advisers can help you find and start a role that's right for you.

  • Tailored training with help applying for jobs
  • Support with job applications and tailoring CV
  • Financial help with travel and work clothes
  • Support whilst you're in work

Some of courses we have ready for you to join include:

  • Customer Service Level 1 Accredited
  • Construction training with green CSCS card
  • SIA Security training with badge
  • Business Admin Level 1 Accredited

Testimonials:

"I would whole-heartedly recommend the Work Routes programme in Cornwall (St. Austell specifically), as the people operating the services authentically care about you as an individual and every aspect of your life that would have an impact on deciding which job roles to apply for."

-Elyssa-June

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"The help and assistance I have received from the Work Routes programme has been a light through a very dark tunnel. After many years of employment through a series of unforeseen events my confidence and self-worth was not only shaken but almost destroyed.

The training, professionalism and support given by Julie, Rebecca and Taryn aided with their patience, understanding and unmitigated sense to help not only amazed but comforted in what would seem uncertain times.

Thank you, Work Routes, for giving me the tools and support to rise again."

-Stuart H.

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"I was made redundant from my role as Payroll and HR Co-ordinator with Nuffield Health after almost 18 years of employment. I took a few months out and then found myself unexpectedly caring for an elderly aunt which delayed my search for work.

My confidence was rock bottom and I felt I would never find employment again at the age of 58. I started to feel quite anxious and negative about finding work.

However, my employment adviser encouraged and supported me in so many ways by helping me update my CV, showing me how to access vacancies on-line but most importantly for me, restoring my confidence in myself.

I started my new job in January this year. Before I started this job, I was feeling really negative and low in mood, but already I find my usual happy self-returning!

Thank you so much to my adviser and Work Routes!"

- Kim R.

Who is this course for?

This service and training is a fully funded provision, available to anyone out of work and looking for employment.

Requirements

Please talk to us about eligibility.

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