When you are for the first time in the new country, you may feel excited and stressed.
You have got skills and work experience, you might be qualified in your country. But how to use these in the UK? Where to find out what level of qualification you have got and how it is comparable with those the UK?
It is not easy to find a house to rent, a new job and being able to communicate with other people, especially when they talk on other than your native language. Therefore we are, group of migrants, who went through the same problems decided to help you.
- We support people arriving from Eastern Europe with advice, information and emotional support
- We offer English courses, specifically tailored for improving your employability skills and starting from basic level, progressing to ESOL.
- We offer career information, advice and guidance to those, who seeking a change of a career or who wants to take a college course in the UK.
- We run a Job Club for those migrants who seeking help in finding a job but have difficulty and need help on native Eastern European languages.
- We offer advice about employment and helping in developing employability skills, such as preparation of CV and covering letters, filling application forms online and in hard copies, contacting with employers and preparing for a job interviews.
- We run a computer course where you can not only better understand English, but to find out about public services and learn how to use them, for example, Jobcentre Plus and job search, NHS choices and GP, banking and shopping online, sending emails, editing and attaching photos and many more.
- We support people from Eastern Europe to settle down in the UK and to be part of their local communities.
We provide high-quality personalised information, guidance advice and support for people from Eastern Europe with and without language barrier to find a better job or to take a college course.
We offer support and assistance though face-to-face meetings, printed resources and social media. We provide career and employment guidance and support to anyone who request it, using Eastern European native languages, including Polish, Russian, Romanian, and Latvian.
Our educational services provide people with English and computer skills, which assist them to improve their communication and language skills and to get a better jobs.
We support vulnerable people who struggling to live independently because either of health problems, or sufferers of crime, domestic violence or human trafficking.
We provide leisure and community services to reduce isolation, stress and mental health problems, so they can communicate and enjoy, discover new and exciting activities and make friends.