Charity Appeals for Partners to Provide Skills Support to Kent’s Unemployed

Posted on Wednesday 5th September, 2018 by

South-east charity, CXK, is appealing for organisations from across Kent to partner with them to deliver skills support programmes to the unemployed.

Interested organisations need to have a successful track record of delivering skills and/or employability support services to unemployed young people and adults; services which could range from training courses through to mentoring and support.

CXK provides a range of training, development and support programmes designed to help improve the confidence, motivation and work-related skills of young people and adults who find themselves out of work. Through services ranging from the Princes Trust Team programme through to the National Careers Service, the charity is dedicated to ensuring every individual, regardless of background, has access to what they need to maximise their potential and move into sustainable education, employment or training.

In the past year alone CXK supported more than 50,000 adults across the south-east through its services.

Any organisations interested in partnering with CXK should complete an Expression of Interest by 17:00 on 7th September 2018. For further details on how to apply, visit cxk.org, or contact Jason Martin – 01233 224244, jasonmartin@cxk.org.

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