“Our mission is to improve and enhance the employability and skills of the residents of Tower Hamlets by providing training, information, advice and guidance.”
EDUCATION & EMPLOYMENT PROJECT
‘Creating pathways to employment’
The Education & Employment Project is a relatively new project of Osmani Trust. However, since its inception in April 2006 it has made tremendous progress. The project offers a comprehensive support programme to help young people (15-25 years) into education, training and employment. It supports young people who are traditionally ‘hard to reach’ and those who are classified as NEET (Not in Education, Employment and Training) to access education, training and employment opportunities. This includes introducing targeted groups to accredited courses and vocational training; providing information, advice and guidance so that young people have better access to mainstream education, training and employment opportunities.
Osmani Trust – Education, Training and Employment are looking for professional, experienced, qualified Assessors & Trainers/instructors.
Please contact us if you can help us deliver any of the following courses or you have experience delivering other courses.
- Business Administration Apprenticeship
- Customer Service Apprenticeship
- Functional Skills
- Health and Safety at Work
- Manual Handling
- Fire Safety
- First Aid
- Food Hygiene
Tel: 020 7247 8080
The project is currently operating in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.
The project established vital links with some key service providers to ensure that young people are provided with the right service according to their needs; this included Connexions, Tower Hamlets Youth Service, Jobcentre Plus, Employment Solutions, London Open College Network, Skills Match, TBG Learning, Tower Hamlets College, Working Links, Way to Work, London Tigers, Calibre Associates, Idea Store and George Green and Swanlea school. The Education & Employment Project continues to maintain strong partnership working with some of these organisations/service providers and is consistently building new ones.
The project acquired the Credit4Learining Centre status (OCN) in 2006 and The Matrix Standard (2009).