Supported Employment Service
The Supported Employment Service is part of Newcastle City Council. It helps people who have barriers to employment find and stay in work. We help people to think about their career goals and how to achieve them. Our support includes:
- Help to understand existing skills and how they are useful to the jobs market, even if someone has been out of work for a long time
- Help to write a CV and apply for jobs online
- Help to get ready for interviews
- Work experience
- Help to get qualifications
- Ongoing help so people stay in work
The Supported Employment Service can also offer training and work experience placements at their in-house services Natures Landscapes and FoodWorks.
Natures Landscapes is a commercial grounds maintenance, gardening and project service. It offers employment, training and work experience opportunities for local disabled people.
To find out more about Natures Landscapes, contact Alan Wear by phone: 07816 674 762, or 0191 211 5982, or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
FoodWorks cafe, catering and coffee carts
FoodWorks cafe and catering service is based at 13 - 15 Heaton Road, Byker, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE6 1SA. The cafe is open to the public Monday to Friday between 8:30am and 2pm. FoodWorks cafe helps gain real life catering and customer service work experience to help increase employability skills.
Help for employers
The Supported Employment Service can also offer advice to employers, such as:
- Help to organise interview candidates for your organisation
- Help to arrange skills tests
- Advice on disability employment
Did you know?
FoodWorks cafe, catering and coffee carts have an external website with more information about their locations, menus and special offers. The website address is www.wemakethingsbetter.co.uk
Need more information?
To find out more about the Supported Employment Service or how they could help you, contact Mhairi Fullerton by telephone: 0191 2116279 or by e-mail: email@example.com
If you are an employer and want to know more about the Supported Employment Service and how it could help your business, contact Mhairi Fullerton by telephone: 0191 2116279 or by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org