Date: Thurs. Apr 28th from 07:30 to 09:00.
Venue and Host: Shirehampton JTE Hub at Shirehampton Methodist Church, Penpole Avenue, Shirehampton, Bristol, BS11 0DY
Please join us at Shire JTE Hub for April’s Business Breakfast on Thurs. Apr. 28th 2022 from 07:30 to 09:00.
Located opposite Shirehampton Job Centre, Shire JTE Hub is ideally located to help people into work, and to work with employers with training and support for work seekers and those wishing to upskill. Shire JTE Hub also offers meeting space for businesses and the community.
Come along. Have a look at the facilities. Find out more about working with Shire JTE Hub – Helping to bring jobs and work to life!
|We’ll be discussing the challenges and opportunities facing local businesses in recruiting colleagues across the area, the benefits of apprenticeships and introducing work to young people whilst still at school.|
|Come and join us at April’s Business Breakfast to find out more.|
|We look forward to seeing you at Shire JTE Hub on Thursday morning, 28th April|
SevernNet Business Breakfast’s are an opportunity to meet and collaborate with local businesses and stakeholders. There’ll be an opportunity for everyone to introduce yourself and your business.
A breakfast ‘sarni’ and hot drinks will be provided!
About Shire JTE Hub
The Jobs, Training and Enterprise Hub at Shirehampton Methodist Church is a welcoming space for skills and training, jobs fairs, a Job club, well-being initiatives
and coaching for those who are long-term unemployed or with multiple barriers to work.
In addition it provides space for sole traders/Start-ups and others to have access to IT and a place to meet people with similar needs and encourage one another.
Delivering value locally
Employers of all kinds, colleges and training providers, the unemployed and those with multiple barriers to work including disabled people can benefit from working with us. We are looking for ideas to expand and improve our work.
Shire JTE Hub has been created with the capital of the Port Community Resilience Fund to provide this work for three years.
The running costs have been met by the Methodist Church and Quartet including Bristol Port Fund thus far. The Church will benefit from having the premises much more fully utilised.