Are you 16+, living in Lewisham, interested in a career in the creative industries and currently not working or studying?
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Inspire Lewisham is looking to support Lewisham residents who are over the age of 16 and economically inactive, to develop skills and find employment in the creative industries sector.
We encourage people to apply for the scheme from all skill levels, and backgrounds.
We are offering a tailored approach through a number of different programs to help create better and more creative opportunities for the future
Through our partners you can access basic skills training, industry-specific training, paid work experience and job opportunities.
What you'll get
- Learn more about the opportunities within the industry
- Gain basic skills in English and Maths
- Develop industry-specific skills you need to succeed
- Learn by working in the industry with paid placements
- Learn from experts working in the industry, and from mentors and peers
- Get support in finding places to study, work or even start your own business
Next training dates please get in touch firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to join the project and reserve a spot!
More training added all the time, so get in touch.
|Employability skills: The employability workshop will help you gain skills and confidence for your placement applications.||1 day|
|29 August||Effective Allyship||2 hours|
|11 October||Effective Allyship||2 hours|
|9 and 10 November||Entrepreneurship/start-up workshop||2 days|
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Inspire Lewisham is a project funded by the European Social Fund (ESF) aimed at helping Lewisham residents develop skills and find employment within the creative industries sector. As a European Social Fund (ESF) grant beneficiary organisation, Goldsmiths, University of London is a data processor in respect to your personal information. Further information on the processing of personal data under the European Social Fund can be found at: https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/704535/018-18_General_Data_Protection_Regulation__GDPR__and_ESF.pdf
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