Helping you to shape your Future

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Helping you to shape your Future. H elping C ustomers S ucceed through high quality all-age career management and personal development services. HCS Careers main activity areas. Career Management & Development HCS Financial Services Skills Support for the Unemployed (SSU) - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Helping you to shape your FutureHelping Customers Succeedthrough high quality all-age career management and personal development services

  • HCS Careers main activity areasCareer Management & DevelopmentHCS Financial ServicesSkills Support for the Unemployed (SSU)Skills Support for Redundancy (SSR)DWP/ESF Families with Multiple Problems (Essex/Cambridgeshire)Vocational Routeways - Specialist provider

    Apprenticeships & Work Place LearningLearning CentreCareers Education, Information, Advice & Guidance (CEIAG) StopGap 2 CentresWork ExperienceResources for schools

  • Independent all-age career guidance serviceswork with individuals/groups within private, public and voluntary sectorsDelivery:7,000+ National Careers Service (NCS) sessions per annumPast 10 years, 500+ contracts to business to 5000+ people 300+ schoolsLabour market information & future skills requirements at local and national levelsQualified Careers Guidance ProfessionalsPutting the customer first

    Career Management & Development

  • Developing career & management skills that can be applied throughout lifeCollegeSchoolApprenticeWorkUniversityWorking lifeRetired lifeLearningLearningAge: 5 100+

  • National Careers Service (NCS)NCS is available free to everyone aged 13 and over throughout England It provides:information, careers and skills advice help online including webchathelp with a careers advisers over the phone for adults only, access to face to face careers advice in the community.Professionally qualified careers advisers

  • What can the National CareersService (NCS) offer?Free, impartial & confidential Information and Advice session Understanding of the local job marketHelp to develop CV, improve interview & presentation skills Help to search & apply for jobsProvide a Skills Health CheckAction plan to help achieve goalsHelp to find learning & trainingfind out about funding improve reading, writing and mathsProgress in a current jobRefer to a suitable organisation for information we are unable to provide (disability, childcare, etc.)Help to open a Lifelong Learning Account

  • What is a Lifelong Learning Accountand what are the benefits?Free online servicepersonal, tailored to match circumstances & needsprovides range of toolsupdate & store personal information such as CV, results of a skills health check and course searcheshelps to organise learning & careeraccess qualification results from Personal Learning Record track financial contributions made towards learningresults stored in a safe and secure, single access point

  • National Careers Service (NCS)Face-to-Face appointment with a careers adviser call 0845 603 1059 Phone help, call 0800 100 900 7 days a week between 8am 10pmOnline help: www.direct.gov.uk/nationalcareersservice or search online for National Careers Service

  • Skills Support for Redundancy

    Skills Support for the Unemployed

  • Programme designed to offer employability skills and pathways to employment via a range of provision including:Pre-employment support in areas of CV writing, completing application forms, interview techniques, career action planning, job search skillsSoft skills development e.g. communication skills, assertiveness, confidence building, motivationSector specific training Retail, Care, Hospitality, Warehousing / Logistics where there are opportunitiesEnterprise and self-employment skills developmentAccredited qualifications or units towards oneWhat is Skills Support for the Unemployed (SSU)?

  • Individuals who are:Aged 19 or overNot in employment of 8 hours or more per weekLawfully resident in the East of England region (Hertfordshire, Essex, Norfolk, Suffolk, Bedfordshire or Cambridgeshire)

    Priority groups: JSA/IB claimants, lone parents, BME communities, refugees, economic migrants, offenders/ex-offenders, older people, young unemployed, people with disabilities/long term health conditions. Who is eligible for SSU?

  • TCHC has developed a network of delivery partners across the East of England region, to meet the needs of individuals or groups of clients within their locality. Benefits to LearnersTraining & support tailored to the individuals specific needsMentoring & support for people with additional problems e.g. disability, health, motivation Intensive support to find workOn going mentoring once in employment How is the Support Delivered?

  • Moving on in Work and LifeAre you:looking for a career change?feeling stuck in a rut?looking to return to work after a career break?wanting a new beginning?

  • Moving on in Work and LifeCaring for your FutureYou have more skills than you thinkUsing the Internet to create social relationships and effective Job SearchingCVs and how to get that JobMoving on from RedundancyPlanning to move into Retirement

  • You have more skills than you thinkIf you are a parent, who has been out of work for a long time and you are thinking of getting back into the work or learning, this is the course for you. It will help you to identify the skills you have and how they can be transferred into work from other aspects of your life e.g. work, home, learning.

  • You have more skills than you thinkThis workshop usually lasts 2 hours.

    Content:Be aware of the skills you have and that everyday tasks involve a range of skills Identify the skills you are confident aboutUnderstand that these skills can be used in a variety of contextsRecognise the skills you have gained through the different roles you have taken onFind out how to present your skills to best effectIf looking for employment, identify how you can transfer your skills into a work environmentFollow up one to one support session: This could include advice on: CVs, parttime employment or learning, etc.

  • You have more skills than you thinkIt gave me an opportunity to get some of my confidence back (having children made me lose confidence). You believe again you will have your life back on track and can go back to work.Hyde Childrens Centre

  • Moving on in Work and LifeCaring for your FutureYou have more skills than you thinkUsing the Internet to create social relationships and effective Job SearchingCVs and how to get that JobMoving on from RedundancyPlanning to move into Retirement

    CMD Services, HCS Careers Ltd, Exeter House, 1 Amor Way, Letchworth Garden City, Herts, SG6 1UG( 07534 924056 ( 01462 704936 ( 0800 1582455* cmdservices@hcs.co.uk / www.hcs.co.uk

  • Shaun Reason Tel: 01462 705000E: shaun.reason@hcs.co.ukAnne Barker Tel: 01462 704936 E: anne.barker@hcs.co.uk E: cmdservices@hcs.co.uk

    Find out about us @www.hcs.co.uk

    Facilitators notes: HCS- delivery

    Introduction of participants Activity 1 Use Jelly Baby Tree to introduce yourselves covering, who you are , what you are looking for from the workshop and where you are in-terms of your retirement plans?

    *Facilitators notes: HCS- delivery

    Introduction of participants Activity 1 Use Jelly Baby Tree to introduce yourselves covering, who you are , what you are looking for from the workshop and where you are in-terms of your retirement plans?

    *Facilitators notes: HCS- delivery

    Introduction of participants Activity 1 Use Jelly Baby Tree to introduce yourselves covering, who you are , what you are looking for from the workshop and where you are in-terms of your retirement plans?

    *Facilitators notes: HCS- delivery

    Introduction of participants Activity 1 Use Jelly Baby Tree to introduce yourselves covering, who you are , what you are looking for from the workshop and where you are in-terms of your retirement plans?

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