ESHO - Employment Skills Hub Outreach
Ready to take your next steps towards educations, volunteering or work?
If you’re ‘economically inactive’ and want to make a change - we can help!
Go along to your nearest Community Hub for 121 conversations with our friendly Community Builders. They can help:
Explore what matters to you
Design an action plan building on your strengths
Develop your CV
Securing education, training and employment
Consider volunteering opportunities
Increase your confidence for online searches, applications, interviews
Support around self-employment
Take up opportunities to get involved in your local community
What does ‘Economically Inactive’ mean?
Economically inactive people (16-64 years) are those who are neither employed nor unemployed; they’re not in paid work, but they’re also not looking for a job (or in receipt of a state benefit - Universal Credit -that requires them to seek work) or available to start work. You might be economically inactive for a number of reasons, such as being a student, looking after family and home, long term sick and disabled, temporarily sick and disabled, or retired.
MEET THE TEAM
For more information please contact:
Cathy Griffiths: email@example.com OR 07732343913
Sam Henson: Sam.Henson@gloucestershire.gov.uk OR 01452 328645