How can the Building Bridges programme help me?
The Building Bridges programme supports people across Swindon and Wiltshire who are facing significant challenges in being able to develop their skills, access education or move towards the world of work. If you need help and support to find work or access skills training or education, you could really benefit from taking part in the programme.
If you are looking to get into work or education, the programme can help you to develop the skills and qualifications you need and address the practical issues such as transport costs, confidence and help with childcare.
Some of the benefits of taking part include:
Understanding your barriers
Support to help you understand the challenges you are facing and develop a personalised plan to help you move forward.
Mentoring from a dedicated member of the team who will support you each step of the way towards your goals.
Working with you at your own pace to build your confidence as you work towards what you would like to achieve.
Working with you to develop the life skills, work skills and qualifications you need to help you work towards your goals.
Helping you build relevant experience though volunteering, work placements and supported employment.
Moving Towards Work or Education
Finding the best opportunities for you, helping you develop interview skills and ongoing support once you are in work or education.
Register yourself or refer someone who you think could benefit from the help and support on offer.
Get in Touch
If you have any questions about the Building Bridges programme please feel free to get in touch with us directly.
The Building Bridges programme is jointly funded the European Social Fund and the National Lottery, via the Big Lottery Fund. Find out more about our funding and the partners involved in supporting the Building Bridges programme in Wiltshire and Swindon.