INVERCLYDE residents who are currently unemployed, feeling isolated or have health barriers limiting their ability to get back to work are being urged to contact Stepwell.
Stepwell is a local social enterprise company specialising in improving the well-being, capabilities and employment opportunities of local people with health conditions preventing them from moving into work.
Stepwell’s Employment Support provides access to a range of personal development and solutions-focused coaching opportunities, additional health and wellbeing support (including physiotherapy, counselling, etc), accredited vocational training courses (City & Guilds, REHIS, etc), work placements in ‘live’ business settings and a bespoke job search/matching service.
Angela Darroch from Stepwell said: “We are seeking to support individuals in Inverclyde who are wanting to take a step towards change, by putting themselves in the best position possible to secure employment.
“Our team supports by coaching and training people to identify their unique strengths, understand their specific barriers to employment, build positive coping strategies while also working with them to improve their physical, emotional and mental health.”
To access Stepwell’s Employment Support, you must be:
- A resident of Inverclyde
- Unemployed and wanting to get back to work (a small spark is all we ask for)
- Not registered on the Fair Start Scotland programme
- Have a health, wellbeing and/or a disability issue which is an additional barrier to gaining and sustaining employment (inc. anxiety, depression, etc.)
- Aged between 18 and 60
If you’d like to register your interest and take that step forward to the next season in your own life and work journey, please register with Stepwell online.
Stepwell’s Employment Support is funded and provided in partnership with Inverclyde Council.