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Wolves at Work
Marian our Community Matters Deaf Employment Officer will be hosting a workshop with a guest speaker from Wolverhampton City Council's scheme - 'Wolves at Work' which is a scheme where they have 600 companies looking to recruit 'work ready' people from Wolverhampton.
This will be on Tuesday 16th October 2018 from 11am to 12pm at Blakenhall Community and Healthy Living Centre (The Bob Jones Centre), Bromley St, Wolverhampton WV2 3AS.
For more information please contact Marian at:
The Building Better Opportunities programme is funded by the European Social Fund and the National Lottery, through the Big Lottery Fund who are co-investing in local projects tackling the root causes of worklessness, promoting social inclusion and driving local jobs and growth.
Community Matters is one of four projects within this programme across the Black Country and will help people across Walsall, Wolverhampton, Dudley and Sandwell move into or closer to employment by developing their skills and confidence.
Community Matters is managed by the Heart of England Community Foundation in partnership with 19 local organisations across the Black Country.
Zebra Access is one of those partners. We will be working alongside the following partners to deliver the project; Access to Business, Accord Age Matters, Ashley Community Housing Ltd, Bilston Resource Centre, Black Country Housing Group, Dudley Caribbean and Friends Association, Ideal For All, Just Straight Talk, Kids in Communication, Manor Farm Community Association, Refugee and Migrant Centre, Summit House Support, SWEDA, TLC College, Walsall College, Walsall Housing Group, WELL Associates and Workers Educational Association (WEA).
For more information about the Community Matters Programme please contact
Zebra Access CIO provides services and support to Deaf, Deaf Blind and Hard of Hearing people with thanks to Lottery's Community Fund. Services includes Employment Servuces, English/Maths tutorials, Advocacy, Community Development, BSL/Deaf Awareness, drop-in sessions dealing with a range of queries, complaints, form filling, and many more. Zebra Access staff and volunteers have the right to work in a safe and abuse free environment. The organisation will not tolerate any kind of abuse against its staff, volunteers or property.find out More