REACH is currently delivering an innovative programme to assist Black & Minority Ethnic Communities, including Refugee groups to access suitable training, volunteering and employment opportunities through "Employability & Health: Black & Minority Ethnic Skills Development Path Training Programme" (BME SDPTP. The programme is supported by the Scottish Government and Glasgow's Regeneration Agency. We work closely with Jobcente Plus, Skills Development Scotland, NHS Scotland and Glasgow 2014.
The programme includes; job search / skill development, confidence building, increasing self-esteem as well as information on employment and health in a cultarally focused format. Individuals have the opportunity to undertake work experience and volunteering across a range of sectors. They are supported and guided by an advisor who helps them develop and follow a Personal Action Plan. We have bi-lingual staff who have experience of working with BME community groups. Referring agencies are kept up to date on their clients' progress on a regular basis.
We also have a drop in service every Thursday from 10am - 12pm at Network House, 311 Calder Street, Govanhill
We deliver group sessions covering topics such as ; links between employment and health, the current Scottish labour market, self employment, volunteering and confidence building etc.
This programme is delivered in the heart of the community and has been described as inspiring, motivational and encouraging by the participants. We encourage and support clients to take responsibility for their own future direction as well as career aspirations.
For further information please contact PADAM SINGH on 0141 585 8106 or admin on 0141 585 8022