Finding work and training

Sandwell Deaf Community Association

by Sandwell Deaf Community Association

An organisation for deaf, hard of hearing and deafblind people run by deaf people.
  • Summer Street
    West Bromwich
    B71 4JA
  • 0121 553 0201

Job Club

by North Smethwick Development Trust

Employment Support and Advice
  • Brasshouse Community Centre Brasshouse Lane
    Smethwick
    B66 1BA
  • 0121 555 5672

Employability

by The Albion Foundation

For more information about the Premier League Works Programme, please contact Dan Crane at dan.crane@albionfoundation.co.uk
  • The Albion Foundation HQ Ford Street
    Smethwick
    B67 7QY
  • 0871 2719840

The Albion Foundation School

by The Albion Foundation

Here at The Albion Foundation, we offer opportunities to participate through alternative delivery for participants who have not engaged in more traditional learning and sporting environments; enabling them to re-engage in positive activities. Our programmes are aimed at a number of different age ranges from as young as Primary School all the way through to Post 16.
  • The Albion Foundation Alternative Provision,
    Brasshouse Lane,
    Smethwick,
    West Midlands,
    B66 1BA
    Smethwick
    B66 1BA
  • 0871 2719840

Krunch Music & Media

by Krunch UK, SCC

For those who are interested in the production of music and graphic design.
  • Sandwell Christian Centre Langley Crescent
    Oldbury
    B68 8RE
  • 0121 552 5556

BetterOff Sandwell

by Sandwell Council

Website

BetterOff Sandwell is a website that will help you to: • access advice on benefits and ways to improve your job opportunities • apply for welfare benefits • find work that pays and record your job search activity • see how your money changes when you move into work.
  • Boroughwide
  • 0121 569 3020

Connexions Sandwell - Careers advice and guidance

by Sandwell Council

The range and depth of support we offer will depend on the needs of the individual. This includes: Providing information, advice and guidance which is confidential and impartial Exploring career ideas Talking about labour market information Discussing career options and pathways Enabling you to make an informed decision Supporting you in moving forward
  • Connexions Sandwell
    One Stop Shop
    The Council House
    Freeth Street
    Oldbury
    B69 3DE
  • 0121 569 2955

Finding work and Training

by African French Speaking Community Support (AFSCS)

One-to-one support with Employment, Education and Training. Support provided on appointment basis
  • St Philips Parish Centre, Watt Street
    Smethwick
    B66 3DA
  • 07743 600 034

Think Sandwell Job Club

by Sandwell Council

Free service providing support with job search; CV writing; interview skills; access to computers ; careers advice; apprenticeships; training courses. Open to all ages, employed or unemployed. Drop in no appointment necessary
  • Bangladeshi Women's Association
    Tipton Muslim Centre
    Wellington Road
    Tipton
    Tipton
    DY4 8RS
  • 0121 569 2099

Black Country Impact

by Sandwell Council

A flexible package of support designed to help you move closer to education or employment. You must be aged 16-29, live in the Black Country and not be in any education or employment in order to be eligible.
  • Desk 30 Council House
    Freeth Street
    Oldbury
    Oldbury
    B69 3DE
  • 0121 569 2099