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    Floodlight London - Adult education courses

    Floodlight has a wide range of courses, from performing arts, interior design and Java programming to flower arranging, jewellery making, baking and confectionary, we aim to provide a variety of study modes from full time to weekend and online courses to fit around your schedule. With…

    Free2Learn

    Free2learn is a UK training provider. Our mission is to help those in unemployment back to work by providing free training courses so individuals can learn new job skills and start a new career. As well as delivering free training courses, we provide our learners…

    Grenfell Housing & Training (for young people)

    This service is part of the Local Offer
    Grenfell Housing & Training provides housing and support in Merton, Kingston and Wandsworth for young people aged 16-30, young mothers and people with learning disabilities. Our tenants have the support of a dedicated housing officer. The housing officers work closely with tenants, getting to know each…
    Telephone 020 8545 2588 (South Wimbledon) Telephone 020 3675 0080 (Mitcham)

    icould - careers advice, choice and ideas

    Need some ideas for the future? Some inspiration on what kind of career might be right for you? Just want to find out what's out there? The icould website can help you discover what you could do and how you could get there. icould gives…

    Jobcentre Plus

    This service is part of the Local Offer
    Jobcentre Plus is a government-funded employment agency and social security office  whose aim it is to help people of working age find employment in the UK. Jobcentre Plus provides resources to enable job-searchers to find work through Jobpoints (touch-screen computer terminals), Jobseeker Direct (telephone service)…

    The Jobs Bus - Wandle Mobile Job Club

    Climb on board for access to local job vacancies, tips and help with creating CVs, advice on preparing for interviews and support with job applications from the experts at Delrose Earle Training. Free WI-Fi and use of laptops to apply for jobs are on board…

    Learn Direct - adult training centres

    The UKs largest provider of skills, training and employment services.  Training in everyday skills like maths, English and IT, plus vocational qualifications and apprenticeships in many industries are available.  
    Telephone 020 8679 1988 Telephone 0800 101 901

    Lionheart in the Community (Apprenticeships)

    LITC is a social enterprise offering youth projects, skills development, volunteering and apprenticeships.  See their website for more information about apprenticeships in business administration, customer service, hospitality and retail. 
    Telephone 020 3397 0303

    Merton College - Apprenticeships

    Merton College offers apprenticeship courses which combine work-based learning with days spent in College.  Industries range from accountancy to plumbing, hairdressing to motorcycle maintenance, plus many more.  South Thames College, Carshalton College, Kingston College are pleased to announce that they formally merged today, 1, August 2017. The…
    Telephone 020 8918 7777 Telephone 020 8918 7272

    Moat Housing Apprenticeships

    Moat have been running an apprenticeship scheme since 2009. As an apprentice you gain job specific skills by working alongside experienced employees. You also work towards obtaining a nationally recognised qualification.  If you are interested in a career in housing visit the website for further information, or…
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