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Jobs and Training
The Guide 2017-2019
www.rbkc.gov.uk
Section one: Jobs advice

    Jobs and Training The Guide 2017-2019
    This Guide has been produced to help you in your search for employment, training and
    information, advice and guidance.
    The organisations listed are here to help you in your journey into work; whether you have
    never worked before, are returning to work after a gap, or just want to brush up your
    skills in preparation for work.
    Unless otherwise noted, everything listed in the Guide is FREE, apart from some
    courses offered by colleges.

    Contents
    Section One: Jobs Advice                                                              2
    Section Two: Training                                                                 12
    Section Three: Self-Employment and Business Start Ups                                 18
    Section Four: Helpful Information and Services                                        20
    Index                                                                                 24
    Map: Computer and Internet Access Map                                                 26

    Section One:
    Jobs Advice
Jobcentre Plus                                    Universal Jobmatch – internet based job-
                                                  search.
Jobcentre Plus is part of the Department for
Work and Pensions.                                Who is eligible: All people looking for
                                                  employment, benefit claimants and their
What is provided: Employment advice,              partners.
job brokerage and screening for local jobs.
Access to work clubs, training courses,           Work coaches can:
work experience, volunteering, CV advice,         • conduct work search interviews tailored
online job searching and careers advice             and personalised to claimants’ individual
(National Careers Service is onsite at the          circumstances
Jobcentre).
                                                  • refer customers to job opportunities,
Internet access – public computers                  work experience and vocational training
and Wi-Fi for job search and applying for
benefits online.                                  • refer customers to training to address
                                                    basic skills and ESOL needs

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• access specialist provision that            Age UK Kensington
  help young people, lone parents,            and Chelsea
  and customers who are long term
  unemployed, disabled or have health         1 Thorpe Close, London W10 5XL
  conditions prepare for, and find,           Tel: 020 8969 9105
  sustainable employment                      Email: administration@aukc.org.uk
• give advice on applying for in-work         Web: www.aukc.org.uk
  benefits.                                   What is provided: Information and advice
Jobcentre Plus also has a job brokerage       on various enquiry areas, including
arm and customers have access to a            employment rights and work related
vast number of vacancies via Universal        benefits. Also offers a wide range of
Jobs match (this can also be accessed by      volunteering opportunities, which can assist
anyone looking for a job).                    with moving into employment.
Full information on Jobcentre Plus services   Eligibility: Older Royal Borough residents
can be found on www.gov.uk.                   (aged 55 plus). Volunteering opportunities
                                              are open to people of all ages from 16
North Kensington Jobcentre Plus covers        upwards (including ex-offenders).
the W8, W10 & W11 postcodes – see below
for other JCP offices.                        Al Hasaniya Moroccan
Tel: Jobcentre Plus 0345 604 3719             Women’s Centre
Web: www.gov.uk/contact-jobcentre-plus
                                              4-5 Trellick Towers, Golborne Road,
Jobcentre Plus Offices                        London W10 5PL
Fulham                                        Tel: 020 8969 2292
Waterford House, Waterford Road,              Email: contact@al-hasaniya.org.uk
London SW6 2DL                                Web: www.al-hasaniya.org.uk

Hammersmith                                   What is provided: The aim is to ‘Educate,
Glen House, 22 Glenthorne Road,               Empower and Engage’ (the three Es) -
London W6 0PP                                 helping women feel more confident by
                                              providing them with the tools to raise their
North Kensington                              awareness of what’s available to them
308-312 Quayside House, Kensal Road,          within the local community.
London W10 5BL
                                              A large number of Moroccan and Arabic-
Shepherds Bush                                speaking women face enormous hurdles
176-180 Uxbridge Road,                        and barriers in accessing paid employment.
London W12 7JP                                We provide a safe and motivating
St Marylebone                                 environment, running workshops for
26-46 Lisson Grove,                           personal development, confidence building
London NW1 6TZ                                and employability.
Westminster                                   Eligibility: London wide.
Chadwick Street,
London SW1P 2ES

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Balance                                        The Cara Trust
2 Beatrice Place, London W8 5LP                240 Lancaster Road, London W11 4AH
Tel: 020 7937 1611                             Tel: 020 7243 6147
Email: Kelly.Duffy@balance-cic.com             Email: employment@caralife.com
Web: www.Balance-CIC.com                       Web: www.caralife.com
What is provided: Balance offers               What is provided: Positive About
employment support to those with a             Employment Programme.
disability including 1 to 1 advice and         If you are living with HIV, looking for a new
guidance, in work job coach support and        job can seem daunting, particularly if you
help with in work related benefits. Support    haven’t worked for a number of years.
is provided for those looking for paid work,   Our programme is focused on individually
work experience or voluntary work.             tailored one-to-one help, which includes:
Eligibility: Residents who live within         • CVs
Kensington and Chelsea who have a
learning or physical disability.               • Covering letters
                                               • Interview training
The Campden Charities
                                               • Career pathways
27a Pembridge Villas, London W11 3EP
                                               • Managing Jobseeker appointments
Tel: 020 7243 0551
Web: www.campdencharities.org.uk               • Referrals to specialist support agencies
                                               • Fortnightly Jobs and Volunteering
What is provided: The Charities offers           e-Bulletin
support to help individuals identify
achievable steps relating to education         • Checking out potential employer
or employment offering one-to-one                policies on HIV in the workplace
information, advice and guidance               Eligibility: People living with HIV in
appointments, assistance with CVs, job         Kensington and Chelsea.
search, job applications, mock interviews
and volunteer and training opportunities.
Employability workshops and referrals for
support with money management and debt
advice are available to those who meet the
Charities eligibility criteria.
Eligibility: We may be able to assist you if
you answer yes to the following questions:
• Have you lived in Kensington for at least
  two years?
• Are you a British, European Citizen, or
  do you have indefinite leave to remain?
• Do you live in rented accommodation?
• Are you in receipt of benefits or in low-
  paid employment?

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Chelsea FC Foundation                          Clarion Housing Group
The Hub, Stamford Bridge, Fulham Road,         – Love London Working
London SW6 1HS                                 Tel: 0300 100 0310
Tel: 020 7958 2813                             Email: lovelondonworking@clarionhg.com
Email: Foundation.education@chelseafc.com      Web: www.clarionhg.com
Web: www.chelseafc.com/foundation
                                               What is provided: We are delivering an
What is provided: Accredited training to       ESF programme ‘Love London Working’.
improve employment prospects including         The project provides face-to-face
healthy living, fit for work, overcoming       information, advice and guidance on-
barriers to employment, interview skills,      employment, training, work placements
CVs, presentation training, job application    and apprenticeships. The project delivers a
support, work opportunities, English           range of employability support, vocational
language skills for both 1st and 2nd           training and e-learning courses. In addition
language speakers, targeted provision for      there is a dedicated Employer Engagement
those aged 50 plus, lone parents, long-term    Team that sources paid employment and
unemployed.                                    work placements for local residents.
Eligibility: adults aged 19 plus who are in    Eligibility: Those who are: aged 16 plus, not
receipt of benefits                            currently in any paid work, live in a London
                                               borough, have the right to work in the UK,
City of Westminster College                    not currently on the DWP Work Programme
                                               or any other ESF provision
Maida Vale Campus
129 Elgin Avenue, London W9 2NR                The Clement James Centre
Tel: 020 7258 2711                             95 Sirdar Road, London W11 4EQ
Email: Business.development@cwc.ac.uk
Web: www.cwc.ac.uk                             Tel: 020 7221 8810
                                               Email: reception@clementjames.org
What is provided: City of Westminster          Web: www.clementjames.org
College offers advice and guidance, pre-
programme support and on-programme             What is provided: IntoWork is a bespoke
support through the weekly Job Shop for        employment support programme for adults
all learners on its courses. CV advice, mock   and young people. Assistance includes
interviews and employment advice are           writing CVs and covering letters, job
integrated into all pre-employment courses.    preparation and applications, identifying
Routeway courses also include a Meet the       job and training opportunities, Business
Employer event.                                Engagement Days and a programme of
                                               career/life coaching. Appointments are on
Eligibility: Pre-employment courses are        a one-to-one basis. Clement James also
for individuals who are unemployed and/or      provides a general Advice and Guidance
claiming benefits.                             service.
                                               Eligibility: IntoWork programme:
                                               unemployed adults and young people (16
                                               plus)
                                               Advice and guidance: adults and young
                                               people (16 plus) who are unemployed,
                                               receiving benefits or on a low income.

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Education Training &                       Epic ELM CIC
Employment Service at the                  Epic Lancaster Centre,
Drug & Alcohol Wellbeing                   128 Lancaster Road, London W11 1QS
Service                                    Tel: 020 7313 6547
East Row, London W10 5AR                   Email: nina.popat@epiccic.org.uk
                                           Web: www.epiccic.org.uk
Tel: 020 8960 5599
Email: ete@turning-point.co.uk             What is provided: Careers information,
Web: www.blenheimcpd.org.uk                advice and guidance, confidential and
       /services/daws                      impartial information, advice and guidance
What is provided: We offer bespoke         to young people on a variety of issues
support for people to access Education     including: careers, employment, housing,
Training and Employment opportunities.     training, education and sexual health. The
This can include:                          Information, Advice and Guidance Service
                                           runs Monday to Thursday 10.30am-
• One-to-one coaching sessions             5.30pm and through outreach in youth
• Careers guidance & goal setting          centres across the borough.
• One-to-one IT support and accredited     Eligibility: Residents of Kensington and
  classes                                  Chelsea aged 13 to 19 (or up to age 25 for
• Support with funding applications        people with disabilities)
• Support to access further education      Families and Communities
• Support to access volunteering           Employment Service (FACES)
  opportunities                            2-4 Malton Road, London W10 5UP
• Support to access paid employment        Tel: 020 7641 3336
• Support with pre-employment              Email: faces@westminster.gov.uk
  preparation including CV’s, job search   Web: www.westminster.gov.uk/faces
  and interviews
                                           What is provided: One-to-one personalised
• Support to access employability          support for six months, providing advice
  programmes                               and guidance on supporting residents into
Eligibility: People who have, or have      employment, training or volunteering. In
had, alcohol and/or substance misuse       work support is also provided for a further
issues who live in Kensington & Chelsea,   six months for clients once they get into
Hammersmith & Fulham or Westminster.       work.
                                           Eligibility: Unemployed Kensington and
                                           Chelsea residents who are part of a family
                                           with a child under the age of 18 in the
                                           household.

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Family Mosaic                                 Learn2Earn (L2E)
Albion House, 20 Queen Elizabeth Street,      Acorn Hall, 1 East Row, London W10 5AR
London SE1 2RJ                                Tel: 020 8354 5682
Tel: 020 7089 1345                            Email: learn2earn@blenheimcdp.org.uk
Email: employmentteam@familymosaic.co.uk      Web: blenheimcdp.org.uk/services/
Web: www.familymosaic.co.uk                          learn2earn/
What is provided: An employment support       What is provided: L2E is a FREE 12 week
service for Family Mosaic tenants and         employability and volunteer programme
customers. Assisting with CV writing, job     open to residents in Kensington & Chelsea,
searches and applications, interviewing       Hammersmith & Fulham and Westminster.
preparation, access to education and          It is designed to help people who are
training, volunteering and work placements.   finding it difficult to access employment
                                              and volunteering opportunities. The
Eligibility: All London Residents aged 16
                                              programme aims to improve confidence,
plus.
                                              self-esteem and enable participants to enter
Kensington and Chelsea College                volunteering opportunities whilst improving
                                              their employability skills.
Chelsea Centre, Hortensia Road,
London SW10 0QS                               Eligibility: Open to anyone over 18 years old
                                              who is unemployed and living in one of the
Wornington Centre, Wornington Road,           three boroughs.
London W10 5QQ
Tel: 020 7573 5333                            NHS Early Intervention Team
Email: info@kcc.ac.uk                         for Psychosis
Web: www.kcc.ac.uk
                                              1B Beatrice Place, Marloes Road,
What is provided: Great courses for people    London W8 5LW
wanting to develop their careers and          Tel: 020 7361 7900
interests or find employment.                 Email: Nushrat.Kassam@nhs.net
Training support for businesses.              Web: www.cnwl.nhs.uk/employment-
                                                     services
Eligibility: Open to all.
                                              What is provided: Specialist advice and job
                                              search support to enable clients to secure
                                              paid employment. This is offered through
                                              one-to-one sessions with our employment
                                              specialist. Advice is also given on disclosing
                                              health conditions to employers, and
                                              arranging meetings with employers to
                                              support clients in sustaining employment,
                                              and overcoming barriers and stigma around
                                              mental health.
                                              Eligibility: Clients aged 16 to 35 years who
                                              are receiving treatment through Kensington/
                                              Chelsea and Westminster Early Intervention
                                              Team and who live in these boroughs.

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Nova New Opportunities                           Open Age – New Futures 50+
2 Thorpe Close, London W10 5XL                   Positive Age Centre, Dalgarno Way,
Tel: 020 8960 2488                               London W10 5JN
Email: admin@novanew.org.uk                      Tel: 07766 752 093 or 020 8960 4853
Web: www.novanew.org.uk                          Email: mwaterman@openage.org.uk
                                                 Web: www.openage.org.uk
What is provided: A wide range of free
pre-employment information, advice and           What is provided: One-to-one advice and
guidance services to help prepare, look for      guidance on career options, job search and
and find work. Support includes help to find     CV production; referrals into learning and
courses, volunteering and work placement         work placements; a Job Brokerage Service
opportunities, one-to-one advice, CV             promoting local jobs for local people; Work
workshops, help with writing covering            Clubs for networking/supported job search;
letters and application forms, Job Search        Back to Work Seminars exploring health,
workshops.                                       motivation and preparation for work; Basic
Eligibility: Nova services are open to all       IT courses for Employment.
adults, with residents of the Royal Borough      Eligibility: Those aged 50 plus who are
of Kensington and Chelsea prioritised.           unemployed and live in Kensington and
                                                 Chelsea, Westminster and Hammersmith
The Octavia Foundation                           and Fulham.
Emily House, 202–208 Kensal Road,
London W10 5BN                                   Peabody
Tel: 020 8354 5500                               Bruce House Learning Centre, Kemble
Email: info@octaviafoundation.org.uk             Street, London WC2B 4AW
Web: www.octaviafoundation.org.uk                Tel: 020 3828 3893
                                                 Email: Employment.Training@peabody.org.uk
What is provided: Group and one-to-one           Web: www.peabody.org.uk
support available both from the Octavia
Foundation’s Employment Advisor and              What is provided: Peabody’s employment
via the Learn2Earn 12 week employability         service is for anyone over 16 and
programme: a partnership with Blenheim           unemployed or employed and in receipt of
CDP which is financed by the Big Lottery         benefits. The service has strong links with
Fund. Volunteer work placements                  a range of employers and local partners
are available within our youth work              and provides access to job vacancies and
programmes and our charity shops, with           apprenticeships. The service offers free and
additional opportunities available to befriend   personalised one-to-one support with a
isolated individuals in the local community.     strong focus on work. People accessing the
Eligibility: For the employment advisor          service will receive CV support, cover letter
service Octavia tenants aged 16 to 65.           preparation, assistance with job search,
                                                 interview techniques, preparation for work
For Learn2Earn, any unemployed                   life and in work support.
individuals aged 18 plus who are residents
of Kensington and Chelsea, Hammersmith           Eligibility: 16 plus unemployed or employed
and Fulham and Westminster.                      and in receipt of benefits

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Resco                                            Royal Borough
Unit 4, Inwood Business Park, Whitton
Road, Hounslow, TW3 2EB
                                                 of Kensington and
Tel: 020 3405 4850                               Chelsea Children’s
Email: hello@resco.co.uk
Web: www.resco.co.uk
                                                 Centres
What is provided: 16 week employability          Clare Gardens Children’s Centre
programme, based at Resco Living                 349 Westbourne Park Road,
– a furniture and appliance business             London W11 1EG
based in Hounslow. Programme
participants volunteer three days a week,        Tel:   020 7727 2725
developing skills for either warehousing
or administration work. The programme            Cheyne Children’s Centre
provides work experience, relevant industry      10 Thorndike Close, London SW10 0ST
training, employability training (including CV
writing and Interview skills) and one-to-one     Tel:   020 7349 1650
tailored support.
Eligibility: Anyone who is unemployed.           Holmfield House Children’s
Typically, participants include those with       Centre
the greatest barriers to employment such         4-6 Golborne Road, London W10 5PE
as criminal records and mental health
problems. People overcoming substance            Tel:   020 7938 8400
misuse must be 3 months abstinent.
                                                 St Cuthbert with St Matthias CE
                                                 Primary School and Earl’s Court
                                                 Children’s Centre (SCWSM)
                                                 Warwick Road, London SW5 9UE
                                                 Tel:   020 7373 8225
                                                 St Quintin Children’s Centre
                                                 90 Highlever Road, London W10 6PN
                                                 Tel: 020 8968 2580

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Violet Melchett Children’s                        Smart Works
Centre                                            1st Floor, St Charles Centre for Health
30 Flood Street, London SW3 5RR                   and Wellbeing, Exmoor Street,
                                                  London W10 6DZ
Tel: 020 7938 8621
Email: Childrenscentres@rbkc.gov.uk               Tel: 020 8962 6586
Web: www.rbkc.gov.uk/childrenscentres             Email: london@smartworks.org.uk
                                                  Web: www.smartworks.org.uk
What is provided: Volunteering programme
– FREE volunteering training and                  What is provided: Smart Works provides
opportunities available to gain valuable          free interview appropriate clothing and
work experience in a variety of roles:            training to women who have a confirmed
administration, outreach, event planning,         interview for a paid position. Clients must be
family and children activities.                   referred by a support agency.
Job Club – good place to discuss your             Eligibility: Open to Kensington and Chelsea
options for work or training; look at local Job   residents.
Vacancy folder and get signposted to the
right services. Get 1-2-1 appointment with        Spear
Back to Work Adviser to discuss training,         20 Dawes Road, Fulham,
work, update your CV.                             London SW6 7EN
Eligibility: Children’s centres in Kensington     Tel: 020 8748 5824
and Chelsea are FREE to all families with         Email: Paul.desai@resurgo-spear.org
a child aged under five who live in the           Web: www.resurgo-spear.org
borough. Our services are for pregnant
women and their partners, parents/carers          What is provided: The Spear Programme
with a child aged under five. You must be         helps young people to overcome barriers to
registered to use our children’s centres.         employment and get into work.
                                                  Phase 1 - SPEAR FOUNDATION: Six
Saint Mary Abbots                                 weeks of coaching workshops focusing
Rehabilitation and Training                       on an impressive CV and covering letter,
(SMART)                                           interview training, a Customer Service
                                                  Qualification, job-skills matching, job
The Basement, 15 Gertrude Street,                 application support, increased confidence
London SW10 0JN                                   and professional communication skills.
Tel: 020 7376 4668                                Phase 2 - SPEAR CAREER: Intensive into-
Email: info@smartlondon.org.uk                    work support, specialist job opportunities
Web: www.smartlondon.org.uk                       for Spear candidates, job application
What is provided: Employment information,         workshops.
advice and guidance as well as workshops,         Phase 3 - SPEAR PROGRESSION: In-
CV advice and general support around              work support, one-to-one career coaching
finding work for example, job searching.          to help you progress in your career.
Eligibility: People affected by mental ill        Eligibility: 16 to 24 year olds looking to find
health in Kensington and Chelsea and              employment, available 2 to 5pm Monday to
surrounding areas.                                Friday.

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Volunteer Centre Kensington                      Eligibility: No geographical restrictions
and Chelsea                                      for individuals registering, although
                                                 opportunities are within Kensington and
1, Thorpe Close, London W10 5XL                  Chelsea.
Tel: 020 8960 3722
Email: registrations@vckc.org.uk                 Working Chance
Web: www.voluntarywork.org.uk                    Claremont Building, 24-27 White Lion
What is provided: The Centre’s Volunteer         Street, London N1 9PD
Services Team provides a range of tailored       Tel: 020 7278 1532
volunteering opportunities in over 200           Email: info@workingchance.org
charities, information, advice and guidance,     Web: www.workingchance.org
employment pathway advice and support.           What is provided: Working Chance is
                                                 the UK’s only recruitment consultancy for
Specialist Programmes:                           women with criminal convictions and young
New Opportunities provides information,          women leaving care.
advice and guidance to unemployed                We support women into paid employment
people, helping them into jobs, offering         and voluntary/work experience placements,
tailored volunteering roles, work experience     and provide training covering topics such as
placements and training as a potential route     writing CVs and job applications, disclosure
back into employment.                            of a conviction and interview technique.
Email: ola@vckc.org.uk
                                                 We provide support in overcoming any
Stepping Stones provides information,            additional barriers to finding a job – such
advice and guidance, and a range of              as housing, debt and finances, and
volunteering opportunities to people             counselling.
with physical, mental health and learning        Eligibility: Women who have been in
disabilities, including supported placements     contact with the criminal justice system
and matched buddies.                             within the last three years, and women
Email: iuliana.dinu@vckc.org.uk                  aged 18-25 who have previously spent
InsideOut provides information, advice and       time in care (and who may or may not have
guidance to offenders and ex-offenders,          a conviction), who are looking for work in
offering tailored voluntary work experience      London, Manchester or the surrounding
placements and training opportunities as a       areas.
potential route back into employment.            All our services are free to use for all women
Email: valeria.villa@vckc.org.uk                 who are registered with Working Chance. If
                                                 you meet the above criteria and would like
Community Champions aims to reduce               to register, please contact us on 020 7278
health and social inequalities by linking        1532.
local people, organisations and services
together whilst building the capacity of local
communities through a variety of trainings,
activities and events.
Email: Carrie.hirst@vckc.org.uk

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Section two: Training

 Section Two:
 Training
Action Disability Kensington                    City of Westminster College
and Chelsea (ADKC)                              Maida Vale Campus
Whitstable House, Silchester Road,              129 Elgin Avenue, London W92NR
London W10 6SB
                                                Tel: 020 7258 2711
Tel: 020 8960 8888                              Email: Business.development@cwc.ac.uk
Email: adkc@adkc.org.uk                         Web: www.cwc.ac.uk
What is provided: Unlock your Full Potential    What is provided:
course for disabled adults thinking of
                                                Routeway into Construction: 2-week
getting back into education or training,
                                                course includes CSCS card and Meet the
course includes:
                                                Employer event. Runs throughout the year
• Confidence Building and Know Your
                                                English for Work Provision: 12-week
  Rights
                                                courses from Pre-entry to Level 1 to
• Planning and Time Management                  improve communication and employability
• Support applying for courses in               skills for the workplace. Operates 50
  mainstream education                          weeks of the year, is roll on, roll off and
                                                accommodates various modes of
• Student finance and Budgeting                 attendance.
Other training:                                 Stepping Stones: 6 week course in
• Personal Budget surgeries Training and        personal development, confidence, stress
  Workshops on getting the most out of          management and independence.
  your Personal Budget/social care              Routeway into Security: 4-week course
• All volunteers receive Disability Equality    includes the SIA Door Security License and
  Training.                                     Meet the Employer event.
Eligibility: People with a physical, sensory    CCTV: 2 week course includes SIA CCTV
or invisible impairment living in the borough   License and Meet the Employer event.
of Kensington and Chelsea.                      Close Protection: 6week course includes
                                                Award in First Aid at Work, Close Protection
                                                License and Meet the Employer event.
                                                Training for Work: 4 week course
                                                to develop employability skills with a
                                                guaranteed interview.
                                                Routeway into Retail & Hospitality: 2
                                                week course in partnership with WorkZone/
                                                Westfield, includes Award in Emergency
                                                First Aid, Award in Food Hygiene and Meet
                                                the Employer event.

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The Clement James Centre                          Chelsea FC Foundation
95 Sirdar Road, London W11 4EQ                    The Hub, Stamford Bridge, Fulham Road,
Tel: 020 7221 8810                                London SW6 1HS
Email: reception@clementjames.org                 Tel: 020 7958 2813
Web: www.clementjames.org                         Email: Foundation.education@chelseafc.com
                                                  Web: www.chelseafc.com/foundation
What is provided: Communicate provides
English for Speakers of Other Languages           What is provided:
(ESOL), basic skills and advice and               • English for speakers of other languages.
guidance to local adults with English as a          Overcoming language barriers to
second language.                                    Employment:
Also offers ESOL for Beginners, Functional           -- For learners aged 19 plus ESOL
Skills English 1, 2 & 3, Preparation for IELTS,         jobseekers and in receipt of benefits
ESOL Sunday classes, ESOL Literacy, and
ICT classes.                                         -- L1 Certificate in Employability
Communicate offers ICT classes for adults            -- Fit for Work: L1 Award in Sport
from beginners to intermediate levels                -- For learners aged 19 plus, medium
Contact Ivana Vasic:                                    to long term unemployed jobseekers
                                                        and in receipt of benefits
Tel: 020 7221 8801
                                                     -- Employment Course for learners
Email: ivana@clementjames.org
                                                        aged 50 plus
IntoUniversity is a programme that supports
                                                     -- Lone Parent Employment Course
young people from disadvantaged
backgrounds to attain either a university            -- 19 plus unemployed jobseekers who
place or another chosen aspiration.                     fit the specific category of the course
Provides 7 to 18 year olds with a                       and in receipt of benefits
combination of after school academic                 -- L1 Certificate in Employability
support, undergraduate mentors and
specially designed study weeks (FOCUS
weeks).
Contact Becca Lever:
Tel: 020 7221 8801
Email: becca@clementjames.org

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Markets and Enterprise Launch                   Kensington & Chelsea Mind –
Pad (MELP) - run by Epic ELM                    Skills Development Service
CIC                                             7 Thorpe Close, London W10 5XL
Epic Lancaster Centre,                          Tel: 020 8964 1333
128a Lancaster Road, London W11 1QS             Email: enquiries@kcmind.org.uk
Tel: 020 7313 6547                              Web: www.kcmind.org.uk
Email: helga.senior@epiccic.org.uk              What is provided: Mind training and
Web: www.epiccic.org.uk                         employment programmes are recovery
What is provided: A programme for young         focused and combine educational, creative
entrepreneurs that encompasses enterprise       and wellbeing activities to achieve the best
learning and provides activities to develop     outcomes for trainees and adult learners.
key skills in business understanding            The courses are offered at a number of
employability, teamwork, problem solving        different levels and combinations. Students
and financial literacy. This culminates         can choose from taster sessions, one off
with participants pitching their business       workshops or year-long courses where
proposal before a panel of judges for a         you can develop, consolidate and test out
chance to win £2,000 in seed funding, plus      your skills and prepare for further study or
other benefits.                                 employment. Taught by experienced tutors,
                                                skills assistants, peer employment workers
Eligibility: 16-24 year old London residents.
                                                and volunteers, Mind courses are highly
                                                valued by our graduate trainees and adult
Kensington and Chelsea College                  learners.
Chelsea Centre, Hortensia Road,
                                                Eligibility: Mind courses are open to adult
London SW10 0QS
                                                learners who have experience of mental
Wornington Centre, Wornington Road,             health problems and who need recovery
London W10 5QQ                                  focused training and employment support
Tel: 020 7573 5333                              to re/start their employment or further study.
Email: info@kcc.ac.uk
Web: www.kcc.ac.uk
What is provided: If you’re unemployed,
there is a huge range of opportunities at
the college, including free courses. Just get
in touch and speak to our friendly experts.
We’ll get you back on track.”
Eligibility: Open to all.

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Nova New Opportunities                         Open Age – Second Half Centre
2 Thorpe Close, London W10 5XL                 St Charles Centre for Health and Wellbeing,
Tel: 020 8960 2488                             Exmoor Street, London W10 6DZ
Email: admin@novanew.org.uk                    Tel: 020 8962 4141
Web: www.novanew.org.uk                        Email: mail@openage.org.uk
                                               Web: www.openage.org.uk
What is provided:
• English for speakers of other languages.     What is provided: Over 100 weekly training
  Pre-Entry, Entry levels and Level 1.         activities at the Second Half Centre, as well
  Accredited and non-accredited.               as in venues across the community.
• Information technology/computer              Our aim is to promote active lifestyles
  related courses. Pre-Entry, Entry levels     and independence for all those aged 50
  and Level 1. Accredited and non-             and over. Training ranges from creative
  accredited.                                  and performing arts, languages, digital/
                                               IT programme, culture, men’s only
• Literacy. Pre-Entry, Entry levels and        programme, carer’s only programme, keep
  Level 1. Accredited and non-accredited.      fit and physical activity. Open Age also
• Numeracy. Pre-Entry, Entry levels and        provides a wide variety of courses at level
  Level 1. Accredited and non-accredited       1, 2 & 3 for Smartphones, Laptops and
                                               Computers, Windows 10, iPads, Cloud
Eligibility: Various depending on courses.
                                               Computing and Digital Photography.
The Octavia Foundation                         The Second Half Centre has a 9 computer
                                               IT suite, with free computer time/drop in
Emily House, 202–208 Kensal Road,
                                               available Monday to Friday 3pm -4.45pm.
London W10 5BN
                                               Eligibility: Those aged 50 and above.
Tel: 020 8354 5500
Email: info@octaviafoundation.org.uk
Web: www.octaviafoundation.org.uk
What is provided: Learn2Earn is a
12 week employability programme.
Eligibility: open to residents of Kensington
and Chelsea, Hammersmith and Fulham or
Westminster aged 18 plus.

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Open Age - New Horizons                           Royal Borough of
New Horizons Centre,
Guinness Trust Estate,
                                                  Kensington and
Cadogan Street, London SW3 2PF                    Chelsea Children’s
Tel: 020 7 590 8970
Email: mail@openage.org.uk
                                                  Centres
Web: www.new-horizons-chelsea.org.uk              Various (please see page 9).
What is provided: New Horizons “Multi             Web: www.rbkc.gov.uk/childrenscentres
Activity” centre is a modern, lively, convivial
                                                  What is provided:
centre for all those aged 50 and over.
                                                  • Literacy. These classes will help you to
Our aim is to promote active lifestyles and
                                                    improve your literacy skills and give you
independence, provide new interests and
                                                    the skills that you need to support your
challenges, and support health and well-
                                                    child’s learning and help you into work
being.
                                                    or further education. Level Beginners to
Our training includes drama, languages,             entry level 3.
art and culture, men’s only programmes,
                                                  • Numeracy. These classes will help you
carer’s only programmes, keep fit and
                                                    to improve your numeracy skills and give
physical activities, IT and computing, plus
                                                    you the skills that you need to support
many others.
                                                    your child’s learning and help you into
Whether you are looking for new                     work or further education.
challenges, health support or the
                                                  We also offer variety of workshops and
opportunity to make new acquaintances,
                                                  1-2-1 support tailored to family needs. For
do come and see all that we have to offer.
                                                  more information, please attend your local
New Horizons also has a 9 computer                children’s centre and talk to our Family
IT suite with free computer time/drop in          Engagement Officer.
available Tuesday to Friday 12pm - 2pm.
                                                  Eligibility: Children’s centres in Kensington
Eligibility: Those aged 50 and above.             and Chelsea are FREE to all families with
                                                  a child aged under five who live in the
                                                  borough. Our services are for pregnant
                                                  women and their partners, parents/carers
                                                  with a child aged under five. You must be
                                                  registered to use our children’s centres.

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Royal Borough of Kensington                    • Institute of Community Reporters
and Chelsea Public Health                        Bronze/Silver/Platinum Training.
Training Service                               • Volunteering activities to support
                                                 training, such as teaching assistant
Environmental Health Department,
                                                 work and involvement in the learner
Council Offices, 37 Pembroke Road,
                                                 newsletter, volunteering in the nursery
London W8 6PW
                                                 as a route into childcare.
Tel: 020 7361 3002                             Eligibility: Kensington and Chelsea,
Email: Publichealth.training@rbkc.gov.uk
Web: www.rbkc.gov.uk/publichealthtraining      Hammersmith and Fulham or Westminster
                                               residents.
What is provided: A range of regulated
vocational qualification courses leading to
Level 1 to 4 Awards (where appropriate) in
Food Safety, Health and Safety, Customer
Service, Fire Safety, and for Personal
Licence Holders. Course fees are in place.
Concessionary rates are available.
Eligibility: Open to all.

Westway Trust
1 Thorpe Close, London W10 5XL
Tel: 020 8962 5720
Email: learning@westway.org
Web: www.westway.org
What is provided:
• Creative Arts Internship programme for
  people aged 16-24
• English courses at Pre-Entry Level and
  Entry Level 1-3 including accredited
  courses in English Skills and Functional
  English
• Information technology/computer
  related courses. Entry Level IT for
  Learning courses and Entry Level IT
  drop-in support sessions.
• Embroidery and sewing courses with
  opportunities to be involved in enterprise
  projects.Introduction to the Role of
  Teaching Assistant, accredited at Level
  1 or 2 for people interested in working
  with schools or with adult learners.
  Safeguarding Adult Learners, a course
  for volunteers accredited at Level 2

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Section three: Self employment and business start ups

 Section Three:
 Self Employment and Business Start Ups
Chelsea FC Foundation                           Kensington Business
The Hub, Stamford Bridge,                       Information Point (BIP)
Fulham Road, London SW6 1HS                     Kensington Central Library
Tel: 020 7958 2813                              12, Phillimore walk, London W8 7RX
Email: Foundation.education@chelseafc.com       Tel: 020 7361 3010
Web: www.chelseafc.com/foundation               Email: information@rbkc.gov.uk
What is provided: We provide a 2 week           Web: www.rbkc.gov.uk/libraries
incubator for job seekers who wish to           What is provided: Kensington BIP offers
start their own business through the New        a wide range of books and journals on the
Enterprise Allowance. Learners learn            subjects of business and finance, as well as
business skills the entrepreneurial mind-set    a selection of subscription online business
and financial awareness. They produce           resources (i.e. MintUK, COBRA, Market
a business plan, financials and personal        Research). We also run a programme of
development plans                               free business and networking events and
Eligibility: Anyone who is on Job Seekers       workshops throughout the year.
Allowance, New Enterprise Allowance or          Eligibility: Anyone can access the service
Universal Credit                                for events, books and journals, but online
                                                resources are available to library members
Markets and Enterprise Launch                   only.
Pad (MELP) - run by Epic ELM
CIC
Epic Lancaster Centre,
128a Lancaster Road, London W11 1QS
Tel: 020 7313 6547
Email: helga.senior@epiccic.org.uk
Web: www.epiccic.org.uk
What is provided: A programme for young
entrepreneurs that encompasses enterprise
learning and provides activities to develop
key skills in business understanding
employability, teamwork, problem solving
and financial literacy. This culminates
with participants pitching their business
proposal before a panel of judges for a
chance to win £2,000 in seed funding, plus
other benefits.
Eligibility: 16-24 year old London residents.

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Portobello Business Centre
Office 6 and 7, Canalside House,
383 Ladbroke Road, London W10 5AA
Tel: 020 7460 5050
Email: info@pbc.co.uk
Web: www.pbc.co.uk
What is provided: Advice and information
for people wanting to start their own
business or become self-employed.
Business Advisors can help with business
start-up and continuing growth and
expansion. Help is also available with loans,
financial planning, cash flow forecasts,
market research, sales and marketing and
financial management. The centre also runs
the Big Cheese loan fund in partnership
with the Credit Union. The centre also
runs an Enterprise Club and seminars on
specific topics including business, fashion,
e-marketing, crowd funding, import/export
& branding.
Eligibility: Subsidised advice currently only
available to residents of the Royal Borough
of Kensington and Chelsea. No restrictions
for advice and training courses though fees
are payable for most.

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Section four: Helpful information and services

 Section Four:
 Helpful Information and Services
Age UK Kensington and Chelsea                    The Campden Charities
1 Thorpe Close, London W10 5XL                   27a Pembridge Villas, London W11 3EP
Tel: 020 8969 9105                               Tel: 020 7313 3797
Fax: 020 7471 5558                               Web: www.campdencharties.org.uk
Web: www.aukc.org.uk
                                                 What is provided: The Charities offer
What is provided: Information and                a range of support for people to move
advice on welfare benefits, housing, debt,       towards employment, sustain employment
employment, health and disability and            or support people who, either through age,
community care.                                  health or other barriers, employment is not
Eligibility: Older residents (55 plus) of the    an option in the medium term. The Charities
Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.         offer financial grants towards training related
                                                 or work needs, activities or household
Al Hasaniya Moroccan                             goods.
Womens Centre                                    Eligibility: Assistance may be available if
                                                 you answer yes to the following:
4-5 Trellick Towers Golborne Road,
London W10 5PL                                   • Have you been continuously resident in
Tel: 020 8969 2292                                 Kensington for at least two years?
Email: contact@al-hasaniya.org.uk                • Are you a British or European citizen or
Web: www.al-hasaniya.org.uk                        do you have indefinite leave to remain?
What is provided: Advice on benefits, child      • Are you living in rented accommodation
care, housing and legal issues.                    and not a home owner?
Eligibility: Kensington and Chelsea              • Are you in receipt of benefits or in low
residents, or London wide for employment           paid work?
and training advice.
                                                 Citizens Advice Bureau
                                                 2 Acklam Road, London W10 5QZ
                                                 Chelsea Old Town Hall, King’s Road,
                                                 London SW3 5EE
                                                 Tel: 0300 330 1174
                                                 Web: www.citizensadvice.org.uk
                                                 What is provided: Free, independent and
                                                 confidential advice to help people resolve
                                                 their legal, money and other problems.
                                                 Eligibility: People who live, work or study in
                                                 Kensington and Chelsea.

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Epic ELM CIC                                        Housing and
Epic Lancaster Centre,
128a Lancaster Road, London W11 1QS
                                                    Council Tax Benefit
Tel: 020 7313 6547                                  Customer Service Centre
Email: helga.senior@epiccic.org.uk
Web: www.epiccic.org.uk                             Ground Floor, Town Hall, Hornton Street,
                                                    London W8 7NX
What is provided:
                                                    Tel: 020 7361 3006
Targeted Youth Support This service                 Email: benefits@rbkc.gov.uk
offers support to vulnerable young people
to overcome barriers to progression                 What is provided: Help for people on
and to engage in sustainable education,             low incomes to pay their rent and council
employment or training.                             tax. You do not need to be out of work or
                                                    receiving other benefits to get help. For
Break 4U This is a programme for all                further information please ring the helpline
expectant and young mothers that offers             or visit the Customer Service Centre.
support with parenting and personal
development skills.                                 Eligibility: Residents of Kensington and
                                                    Chelsea.
Eligibility: Targeted Youth Support:
Residents of Kensington and Chelsea aged            Kensington and Chelsea Tenant
13-19 (or up to 25 with disabilities).
                                                    Management Organisation
Break 4U: Young mothers resident in                 (KCTMO)
Kensington and Chelsea aged 13-23.
                                                    292a Kensal Road, London W10 5BE
Family Information Service (FIS)                    Tel: 0800 137 111 or
Tel: 020 7361 3302                                       020 3617 7080 from a mobile
Email: fis@rbkc.gov.uk                              Web: www.kctmo.org.uk
Web: www.rbkc.gov.uk/fis
                                                    What is provided: KCTMO runs
What is provided: The FIS offers impartial          employment support roadshows
information, advice and guidance for                throughout the year and runs a TMO youth
parents, carers and young people on a               and children’s forum including offering
range of related issues including childcare,        sports activities for children. KCTMO is
nursery funding and activities for children         also signed up to the Council’s Pathways
0-19. The FIS also works with the Early Help        to Work Charter and is working to support
Service, which supports families before             residents who want to get a job, learn new
problems escalate and things become                 skills, start their own business or volunteer.
harder to manage.                                   To access support please ask for your
Eligibility: All families living within the Royal   Neighbourhood Officer, Home Ownership
Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.                  Officer or the Rent Income Team.
                                                    Eligibility: All KCTMO (RBKC Council
                                                    Housing) residents.

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Section four: Helpful information and services

Learn2Earn                                       Royal Borough of
Acorn Hall, 1 East Row, London W10 5AR
                                                 Kensington and
Tel: 020 8354 5682
Email: learn2earn@blenheimcdp.org.uk             Chelsea Children’s
Web: http://blenheimcdp.org.uk/services/
       learn2earn/
                                                 Centres
What is provided: Part of Learn2Earn’s           Clare Gardens Children’s Centre
service involves referring clients to relevant
                                                 349 Westbourne Park Road,
organisations which offer advice on variety
                                                 London W11 1EG
of areas including health and wellbeing.
                                                 Tel:   020 7727 2725
Nucleus Legal Advice Centre
298 Old Brompton Road, London SW5 9JF            Cheyne Children’s Centre
Tel:     Advice Line 020 7373 4005               10 Thorndike Close, London SW10 0ST
Tel:     Housing Line 020 7373 6262              Tel:   020 7349 1650
Email:   advice@nucleus.org.uk
Web:     www.nucleus.org.uk
                                                 Holmfield House
What is provided: Advice and                     Children’s Centre
representation on benefits, housing, debt
and general legal matters. Interpretation        4-6 Golborne Road, London W10 5PE
available by arrangement.                        Tel:   020 7938 8400
Eligibility: Those who live, work or study in
the borough.                                     St Cuthbert with St Matthias CE
                                                 Primary School and Earl’s Court
                                                 Children’s Centre (SCWSM)
                                                 Warwick Road, London SW5 9UE
                                                 Tel:   020 7373 8225

                                                 St Quintin Children’s Centre
                                                 90 Highlever Road, London W10 6PN
                                                 Tel:   020 8968 2580

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Violet Melchett Children’s
Centre
30 Flood Street, London SW3 5RR
Tel: 020 7938 8621
Email: Childrenscentres@rbkc.gov.uk
Web: www.rbkc.gov.uk/childrenscentres
What is provided: Support to help you
apply for a nursery, childcare or school
place with our Family Engagement Officer.
You can also apply for grants (Pocklington
Trust and Thomas Huggett Aid Fund).
If you need to get yourself and your child
ready for nursery, please book your place
on Ready Steady Nursery course.
Eligibility: Children’s centres in Kensington
and Chelsea are FREE to all families with
a child aged under five who live in the
borough. Our services are for pregnant
women and their partners, parents/carers
with a child aged under five. You must be
registered to use our children’s centres.

Rugby Portobello Trust
221 Walmer Road, London W11 4EY
Tel: 020 7229 2928
Email: info@rpt.org.uk
Web: www.rugbyportobello.org.uk
What is provided: Youth programmes
which include sport in a large hall and
gym, as well as drama, creative arts, IT,
music technology and cooking workshops.
Housing for vulnerable young people aged
16 to 25. After School Homework Club
for local primary and secondary school
students. The Walmer Road School, a small
independent school for local people aged
14 to 16 who are have become disengaged
with mainstream education.
Eligibility: Residents of Kensington and
Chelsea aged up to 25.

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Index

 Index
• Action Disability Kensington and Chelsea (ADKC)
• Age UK Kensington and Chelsea
• Al Hasaniya Moroccan Women’s Centre
• Campden Charities
• Cara Trust
• Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust
• Chelsea Open Air Nursery
• Cheyne Children’s Centre
• Citizens Advice Bureau
• City of Westminster College
• Clare Garden’s Children’s Centre
• Clarion Housing Group
• ClementJames Centre
• EPIC ELM CIC
• Families and Communities Employment Service (FACES)
• Family Mosaic
• Housing and Council Tax Benefit
• Jobcentre Plus
• Kensington Business Information Point (BIP)
• Kensington and Chelsea College
• Kensington and Chelsea KCTMO
• Learn2Earn
• Love London Working
• MIND Kensington and Chelsea
• NHS Early Intervention Team for Psychosis
• Nova New Opportunities
• Nucleus Legal Advice Centre
• Octavia Foundation
• Open Age
• Peabody
• Portobello Business Centre
• Pure Innovations

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• Resco
• Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Children’s Centres
• Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Public Health Training Service
• Rugby Portobello Trust
• St Anne’s Nursery School
• St Cuthbert’s with St. Matthias CE Primary School and Earl’s Court Children’s Centre
• Saint Mary Abbots Rehabilitation and Training (SMART)
• St Quintin Children’s Centre
• Smart Works
• Spear
• Violet Melchett Children’s Centre
• Volunteer Centre Kensington and Chelsea
• Westway Trust

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