How We Help
- support to learn new skills, find the right training and get a job
- courses we deliver at Apex House and in local communities
- help finding and applying for jobs and going for interviews
- information and advice on work, training, benefits, and more
- advice on starting a business
We also support employers by offering:
- workplace related courses such as health and safety and food safety, which can be tailor-made to particular business needs.
- free recruitment services through our Changing Lives Club; matching up appropriate applicants with vacancies and managing every step of the recruitment process
- city centre space for hire – you can hire our training rooms, interview rooms or other space in our city centre head quarters
Who we work with:
We work with people who face barriers in life, or who may be from marginalized or vulnerable groups. In 2013-14, we supported 1,254 service users.
We offer specialist support to people who face particular barriers including those who are:
- long term unemployed;
- ex offenders;
- aged 16-19 and not in education, employment or training;
- facing physical or mental health needs.
We work with a range of regional and national partners to deliver our services including:
“Apex provided me with excellent support both during my unemployment and after I gained employment” – Jonathan