Help is given both 16 – 29 year olds – looking for work, but also those who have been out of work for some time and this help extends much wider than just the council itself.
The Black Country Impact has forged close links with more than 100 businesses or training providers and as result is helping over 4,000 people to work towards their goals of employment or gaining lifelong skills and trades.
The service offers help in securing training or a job for those 16 to 29-year-olds who are currently not in employment, education or training. Support includes supplying equipment, as well as providing free clothing, travel, and childcare depending on the needs of the individual.
The support provided by the services is bespoke to the individual and as such can boast successes in overcoming barriers which have been faced by not only young adults but also those with disabilities, ex-offenders and the homeless.
Through specialised services ranging from coaching to managed work placements, the work of Black Country Impact ultimately gives young adults the best employability prospects for the future.
Contact us and take those first steps into work:
There are a number of ways to contact the Black Country Impact including Facebook at www.facebook.com/BlackCountryImpact, Twitter by visiting @BC_Impact and other alternative such as email and telephone. To pick the way that suits you best and to find out more visit www.dudley.gov.uk/bcimpact