Meaningful Use of Time, Education & Training

 

Seetec

SEETEC WATFORD
2nd Floor East
Cassiobury House
11-19 Station Road
Watford
Hertfordshire
WD17 1AP

0844 5564 550
enquiries@seetec.co.uk

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Countrywide centres offering both advice to those looking for work, and connections to a wide range of employers. Regardless of personal situation, Seetec support a wide range of issues including managing debt, alcohol/drug misuse and homelessness.  If no immediate help is available, referrals available for specialist organisations that can.

Offering:

Advice and support for individuals looking for work.

Guidance on writing CVs and application forms.

Job-related skills training.

Access to internet and newspaper job advertisements.

Connections to providers of apprenticeships.
 

Cost: free to access.

Eligibility Criteria: everyone.

Referral Procedure: visit branch Mon-Fri 9:00-17:30.


Sweet Tree Farming For All

SweetTree Farming For All
Unit 280B The Wenta Business Centre
Colne Way
Watford
Herts
WD24 7ND

0207 644 9505
enquiries@sweettreefarmingforall.org.uk

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A holistic support facility to help homeless and vulnerable individuals to lead fulfilling and independent lives by offering a wide variety of creative and skill-based activities.

Offering:

Guided training and activities, including:
• livestock farming.
• horticulture.
• bush crafts.
• horsemanship.
• falconry.
• conservation.
• cooking.

Long term City & Guilds horticulture certification.
 

Cost: free for referrals.

Eligibility Criteria: available to everyone aged 17+ with a particular focus on vulnerable individuals from Hertfordshire & London.

Referral Procedure: referral form available on individual service page or by contacting judeallen@farmingforall.org.uk
Dig Deep allotment project organised through Ascend http://www.ascend.org.uk/


Dance Pad

Dance Pad
11 The Quadrant
Rickmansworth
WD3 1GL

07759 972712
debbie@dancepad.org.uk

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A Hertfordshire-based organisation who provide homeless individuals with the opportunity to progress beyond homelessness and fulfil their potential through dance.

Offering:

Free dance workshops supported by professional dance instructors.

Skills development through client-led creation of their own costumes, set pieces and marketing for performances.

Aims to increase confidence and self-esteem.
 

Cost: free to access.

Eligibility Criteria: homeless and recently homeless individuals.

Referral Procedure: contact Debbie Pellett on 07759 972712.