Learning Works returns to Bridgeton.

We are currently recruiting for the next Learning Works Course which returns to the Bridgeton Community Learning Centre on the 19th April 2016.

Learning Works is a pioneering employability course between Thenue Housing and Glasgow Kelvin College to help the unemployed residents learn new skills and improve their job prospects.  The course has been running in the East End of Glasgow since November 2011, since then 14 courses have been delivered supporting people into Employment, Training, Learning or Volunteering.

The course is currently funded from Clyde Gateway and The Big Lottery &  is free to unemployed residents.

Course Contents:

  • Employability Skills
  • Basic I.T.
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Goal setting
  • Personal Development
  • Community Achievement
  • Communications
  • Vocational certificates (First Aid, Health & Safety, Food Hygiene)
  • GUEST SPEAKERS e.g. Money Advice, Housing Advice, Employability Services etc.

Course benefits:

  • Part Time, During School Hours.
  •  Does not affect benefits
  • Lunch and Travel cost covered (if required)
  • Help with Childcare Costs
  • Gain recognised qualifications.

The course is due to start in the Bridgeton Community Learning Centre (BCLC) on 19th April 2016 and will run every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday for 10 weeks.

We will be holding an information day on 7th April 2016 from 2.00pm – 3:30pm (BCLC).

If you know of anyone who may be interested in this course or you want to find out more information please feel free to get in touch.

Tracy Lennon


0141 550 9556/07786988963 at Thenue Housing.