AND THE WINNER FOR APPRENTICESHIP EMPLOYER OF THE YEAR IS…CROYDON COUNCIL

Pictured (from left) - Stacey Namakula, Colleen Mills, Kwabena Kimathi, Kayleigh Bourne and Nazifa Chowdhury. Kwabena is the employment pathways coordinator at Croydon council. Stacey, Colleen, Kayleigh and Nazifa are apprentices. Croydon council’s apprenticeship programme has come out on top at a national awards ceremony. The council won Apprenticeship Employer of the Year at the Personnel … Continue reading AND THE WINNER FOR APPRENTICESHIP EMPLOYER OF THE YEAR IS…CROYDON COUNCIL

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FREE BUSINESS SCHOOL WILL GIVE CROYDON RESIDENTS START-UP ADVICE /ONE IN FOUR PEOPLE WORKING IN LEWISHAM ON POVERTY PAY – BUSINESSES OFFERED RATE DISCOUNT IF THEY GO ‘LIVING WAGE’

A free, 10-day business school to help people create their own sustainable income doing something they love returns to Croydon today (Monday). The PopUp Business School, which is sponsored by Croydon council, The Croydon Partnership (the joint venture between Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield and Hammerson, which is set to redevelop the town’s retail centre), Optivo, Wandle and Start Up Croydon, … Continue reading FREE BUSINESS SCHOOL WILL GIVE CROYDON RESIDENTS START-UP ADVICE /ONE IN FOUR PEOPLE WORKING IN LEWISHAM ON POVERTY PAY – BUSINESSES OFFERED RATE DISCOUNT IF THEY GO ‘LIVING WAGE’

ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES GAIN CITY AND GUILDS QUALIFICATIONS

Residents employed to work in a boutique shop in Croydon’s Whitgift Centre have been awarded retail qualifications to help them kick start their career. The 12 participants in All About Me, an innovative four-week employability programme for adults with disabilities and learning difficulties, have now all gained a level one City & Guilds retail qualification, … Continue reading ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES GAIN CITY AND GUILDS QUALIFICATIONS

GROUNDBREAKING EMPLOYMENT ACADEMY FOR DISABLED WANNABE ENTREPRENEURS RETURNS

A course which helps disabled entrepreneurs launch their own businesses is calling for new recruits. The Self-Supported Employment Academy (SSEA) is now in its second year of giving two months’ coaching on everything from finance and marketing to business planning to adults with a range of disabilities, from autism to physical, sensory and mental health … Continue reading GROUNDBREAKING EMPLOYMENT ACADEMY FOR DISABLED WANNABE ENTREPRENEURS RETURNS

NEW CABINET MEMBER FOR CROYDON / BLUE BADGE MISUSE – FOURTEEN RELATIVES OF GENUINE HOLDERS FOUND GUILTY /REFUGEE CHILDREN IN LEWISHAM TO GET £363,000 IN FUNDING  

Cllr Manju Shahul-Hameed, Croydon's new cabinet member for economy and jobs. NEW CABINET MEMBER FOR CROYDON Croydon council welcome Cllr Manju Shahul-Hameed to their cabinet this week as cabinet member for economy and jobs.   She succeeds Cllr Mark Watson, who is standing down from the cabinet following his decision not to seek re-election in … Continue reading NEW CABINET MEMBER FOR CROYDON / BLUE BADGE MISUSE – FOURTEEN RELATIVES OF GENUINE HOLDERS FOUND GUILTY /REFUGEE CHILDREN IN LEWISHAM TO GET £363,000 IN FUNDING