Doing Good Business

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Doing Good Business is a new programme for unemployed people across South Yorkshire including Sheffield, Doncaster, Rotherham and Barnsley.

If you are aged 25+, not currently working and living in one of the above areas, the Doing Good Business programme can help you.

Funded by Big Lottery and the European Social Fund it provides free one-to-one advice, practical support to manage your personal circumstances, help to develop your skills and personal strengths and expert advice & guidance on key topics.

We can also help by covering the costs of travel, childcare and other items while you are taking part in the programme.

If interested please contact us by one of the methods below:

Kevin Osborne: Tel: 07985 757144 Email: Kevin.Osborne@Groundwork.org.uk

Cleo Metcalf: Tel: 0114 228820 Email: Cleo.Metcalf@Groundwork.org.uk

          

What's involved?

1. Arrange an Induction Meeting with the Community Engagement Officer to discuss your eligibility, goals and aspirations

2. Subsequent Engagement Meetings with you to move you towards the world of training, education, employment or enterprise

We can support you with:

  • Employability Skills: CV writing, interview techniques, job searching, exploration of opportunities
  • Employment Opportunities: signpost you to different jobs that are available, training courses for various industries, 
  • Enterprise / Working for yourself: help with initial stages of self-employment, referral to appropriate support
  • Training & Education: training courses for various industries; educational courses including literacy, numeracy and ICT
  • Work Skills & Experience: building confidence through work placements; introduction to companies; 
  • Vocational Barriers: training courses 
  • Personal Barriers: better off calculations; budgeting and finance; health; confidence and self-esteem 

Please be aware that this is a voluntary programme and is not linked to the Job Centre. This programme is also flexible in terms of your needs, requirements and your programme journey. 

News and stories

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The team

Helen Young - Admin and Logistics Officer

Helen Young

Kevin Osborne - Community Engagement Officer

Kevin Osborne

Cleo Metcalf - Employment Skills and Training Director

Cleo Metcalf

Doing Good Business

New Programme for unemployed people across South Yorkshire, including Sheffield, Doncaster, Rotherham and Barnsley.

If you are aged 25+, not currently working and living in one of the above areas, the Doing Good Business programme can help you.

Funded by Big Lottery and the European Social Fund it provides free one-to-one advice, practical support to manage your personal circumstances, help to develop your skills and personal strengths and expert advice & guidance on key topics.
We can also help by covering the costs of travel, childcare and other items while you are taking part in the programme.

If interested please contact us by one of the methods below:

Kevin Osborne: Tel: 07985 757144 Email: Kevin.Osborne@groundwork.org.uk 

 

 

Kevin Osborne - Community Engagement Officer

Kevin delivers one-to-one coaching support, helping people make decisions about their education, training and work options.

Kevin previous work includes: DWP community outreach, local authority Troubled Families Adviser and an MP's Parliamentary Assistant.

Highlight of your role: “Making a positive difference.” 

Why Groundwork South Yorkshire is a great place to work: “The team has a great blend of enthusiasm and experience with a sprinkle of honesty and common sense.  It's a great place to work.”

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Doing Good Business is a new programme for unemployed people across South Yorkshire including Sheffield, Doncaster, Rotherham and Barnsley.

If you are aged 25+, not currently working and living in one of the above areas, the Doing Good Business programme can help you.

Funded by Big Lottery and the European Social Fund it provides free one-to-one advice, practical support to manage your personal circumstances, help to develop your skills and personal strengths and expert advice & guidance on key topics.

We can also help by covering the costs of travel, childcare and other items while you are taking part in the programme.

If interested please contact us by one of the methods below:

Kevin Osborne: Tel: 07985 757144 Email: Kevin.Osborne@Groundwork.org.uk

Cleo Metcalf: Tel: 0114 228820 Email: Cleo.Metcalf@Groundwork.org.uk

          

What's involved?

1. Arrange an Induction Meeting with the Community Engagement Officer to discuss your eligibility, goals and aspirations

2. Subsequent Engagement Meetings with you to move you towards the world of training, education, employment or enterprise

We can support you with:

  • Employability Skills: CV writing, interview techniques, job searching, exploration of opportunities
  • Employment Opportunities: signpost you to different jobs that are available, training courses for various industries, 
  • Enterprise / Working for yourself: help with initial stages of self-employment, referral to appropriate support
  • Training & Education: training courses for various industries; educational courses including literacy, numeracy and ICT
  • Work Skills & Experience: building confidence through work placements; introduction to companies; 
  • Vocational Barriers: training courses 
  • Personal Barriers: better off calculations; budgeting and finance; health; confidence and self-esteem 

Please be aware that this is a voluntary programme and is not linked to the Job Centre. This programme is also flexible in terms of your needs, requirements and your programme journey. 

News and stories

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The team

Helen Young - Admin and Logistics Officer

Helen Young

Kevin Osborne - Community Engagement Officer

Kevin Osborne

Cleo Metcalf - Employment Skills and Training Director

Cleo Metcalf