- Support and job opportunities for people with disabilities: is working for yourself an option?
- Advice for young mums under 16
- What training courses for adults are available in Enfield, Barnet and Haringey?
- How to deal with anti-social behaviour in housing?
- Getting back to employment: can volunteering help you?
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Monthly Archives: August 2010
Support and job opportunities for people with disabilities: is working for yourself an option? There are many areas in the lives of disabled people in which they may need additional support and assistance: housing, work, education, money, leisure, personal relationships, … Continue reading
Advice for young mums under 16 Being a parent for the first time is a life changing experience for anyone, irrespective of their age, occupation, income, race or background. Parenthood often requires taking proactive steps such as undertaking further training … Continue reading
What training courses for adults are available in Enfield, Barnet and Haringey? Developing new skills is important at any stage of an individual`s life. New competences will enable you to advance in your career, find a better job and increase … Continue reading
How to deal with anti-social behaviour in housing? Anti-social behaviour is behaviour which is capable of causing upset or annoyance to individuals or the wider community. Anti-social behaviour in housing is a common problem that many people experience at some … Continue reading
Getting back to employment: can volunteering help you? For more and more people nowadays volunteering has become an important step to employment. Even if you have already had paid jobs in the past, increased competition on the job market would … Continue reading