Resident Support Services
As a NHG resident you can benefit from our partnerships with local support agencies who can help you with many areas of your life from money and jobs to health and wellbeing.
Select a borough location and the type of service that you need in the filter boxes on the left. Then select a service from the list.
To apply, you can send your details to the partner who will then contact you to arrange the next steps.
Role: Part-time Local Childcare Roles!
Start date: Due to current public health advice, positions are starting in September
Closing date: Ongoing
Salary: £9.77 per hour
Hours: Part-time (afternoons)
Location: Hammersmith & Fulham, South West London
The Duties include: Colleting children from school, supporting them with homework, dinner and fun activities!
- Have you worked in a school or nursery?
- Do you have experience in raising your own children or grandchildren?
- Are you 18 and over?
- Do you have time to spare?
The role is perfect for you, if you hold previous childcare experience and enjoy spending time with children!
Please find attached job description for full details!
If this sounds like you APPLY NOW!
The construction industry offers a wide breadth of opportunities for women new to the industry; with transferable skills; or for those already qualified and experienced.
If you are interested in finding training and work in the construction industry WiC support Women in London with CVs, job applications and CSC Health and Safety training. They have also launched a remote mentoring programme with mentors from the industry offering support clients via phone or online to gain an understanding of careers in construction and engineering.
Want to learn from home and make use of the lock-down then why not have a look at some of these online courses from The Open University
1000s of free courses in; Health, Sports, Psychology, Education and Development, History, Arts, Languages, Money and Business, Nature and Environment, Science, Maths and Technology, Society, Politics and Law.
The Skills Toolkit – Free digital courses to help you progress in work and boost your job prospects
GoTrain - Grays is funded by the European Social Fund and Education and Skills Funding Agency to provide pre-employment support to people in Thurrock who are economically inactive and on benefit. Their course ranges from:
1. Foundational IT
2. Life Skills
3. Confidence Building
4. Vocational skills like hospitality, customer service and retail
4. Functional Skills: literacy and numeracy etc
Upon completion of your 6 weeks pre-employment course you will receive Android tablet, touch screen android phone and fitness tracker with heart rate monitor.
HeadsUp is a free programme funded by the European Social Fund and the National Lottery Community Fund supporting those who are unemployed/economically inactive to get back into employment or education/training. HeadsUp is delivered across the whole of Essex offering back to work support and activities for people who have experienced common mental health problems such as anxiety or depression (no formal diagnosis needed).
Our aim is to support those who feel worried about getting back to work and give them the tools to develop their job seeking and employment skills. Participants work with one of our Peer Support Workers (who themselves have lived experience of common mental health problems) and can also attend well-being/resilience and confidence building workshops and attend mock interviews or work placements set up with local employers. Participants can self-refer or be referred by organisations that they are already in contact with/being supported by.