Get help with work and skills in Manchester

Manchester Adult Education (MAES)

Manchester Adult Education deliver preparation for work courses and provide support to help you in the next stage of your career. You will have the opportunity to meet employers, have practise job interviews and receive up to date information about local jobs. 

Visit their website for more information

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Employ GM

The Growth Company, Lee House, 90 Great Bridgewater Street, Manchester, M1 5JW

Tel: 0161 393 6473 (press 2)

Get support if you have lost your job, want to improve your skills or advice on changing careers

Read more information on their website

One Manchester

Tel:0161 230 1057 

Email: onefuture@onemanchester.co.uk

One Manchester offer a variety of services to help their customers get into employment. This includes training, work placements, and volunteering opportunities.

Phone or email them to make an appointment in one of their job clubs in Openshaw, Gorton, Fallowfield or Moss Side. You will receive one-to-one support to get on the pathway to a successful career. Read more about their job clubs here.

Visit their website for information about the support you can receive.

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Rainbow Haven Work Club

113 Abbey Hey Lane, M18 8TJ

Tel: 0161 3703472

Rainbow Haven  provide information and guidance for refugees, asylum seekers and vulnerable migrants who might need support with employment. They offer appointments to help with issues such as finding jobs, CVs and job interview skills.

Read more information on their website

Northmoor Community Association

95-97 Northmoor Rd, Levenshulme, Manchester M12 5RT

Tel: 0161 2486823

Next Step Project offers face to face apponitments to help you with any needs you have with employment, such as finding a job and creating a CV. They also have online courses to help you prepare for work in different sectors such as security, retail and customer service.

You can book an appointment on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays or Fridays between 10am – 1pm or on Wednesdays between 1pm – 4pm.

You can also get advice and help on other issues such as benefits, housing, finance and form filling.

Visit their website for more information.  

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