Portland Pathways

Portland Pathways

This innovative programme is open to local people and businesses, offering free guidance and training to support employment.

There are three Pathways:

PREPARING FOR WORK

We can help you to;

  • Assess your employability needs and work with you to address them
  • Create a professional CV and/or cover letter
  • Search and apply for work, including support for online applications
  • Undertake employability sessions and prepare you for interview.

SUPPORT FOR EMPLOYERS

We can support your business to;

  • Identify alternative recruitment avenues
  • Realise the benefits of employing someone with a disability or additional needs
  • Apply for Access to Work funding
  • Promote health and wellbeing in the workplace.

RECOVERY COLLEGE

We will provide;

  • A range of short courses aimed at people with mental health difficulties
  • Strategies and techniques to take away and use in daily life
  • Ongoing support to help improve health and wellbeing

Upcoming Recovery College courses
These 5 week courses will help you to understand and develop ways to manage your wellbeing and resilience, with increased confidence to get the most out of your opportunities for your future.

Course Dates
Wednesday 24th January 2018
Monday 26th February 2018
Monday 16th April 2018
Wednesday 18th April 2018
Monday 4th June 2018
Wednesday 6th June 2018
Monday 9th July 2018
Wednesday 11th July 2018

All courses will be held at:
Portland at Advice Hub
16 Regent Street
Mansfield
NG18 1SS

To find out more about the courses, enrol and book your place please click here

You can also call 0115 956 0827 or 07769 243329 or email Nottingham.Recovery.College@nottshc.nhs.uk

For more information about Portland Pathways please email pathways@portland.ac.uk or call 01623 499193.

Portland Pathways

The skills, employability and enterprise initiative with local businesses, employer groups and local authorities demonstrates commitment to improving the life chances of learners with learning difficulties and/or disabilities when they leave education and training.

OFSTED - 2017

Portland Pathways