Support into work
We work together with Mansfield to develop a prosperous and diverse economy where everyone has the opportunity to reach their full potential.
We are here for businesses, individuals who are looking to invest, grow, develop or achieve and for anyone looking for work or to improve their skills.
If you are considering becoming an apprentice to help you gain experience and a qualification whilst you are working, the national apprenticeship service can help you.
Volunteering and work experience
Volunteering can be an excellent way to build confidence and gain valuable skills that can be transferred into the workplace. You can volunteer for Ashfield or Mansfield councils.
Starting your own business
Working for yourself can be rewarding and with the right combination of accessing advice and support to develop entrepreneurial skills, along with careful planning and consideration your business ambitions could become a reality.
Finding work and getting the job
If you are unemployed or the ‘Towards Work’ programme offers bespoke, personalised and tailored solutions to support an individual’s journey to personal progression and employment. Mansfield CVS has more information on the scheme.
Meeting your needs
The New Enterprise Programme network provides an opportunity for new and pre-start businesses with a chance to share ideas, make new contacts and seek opportunities for doing business. The programme of seminars, workshops and business mentoring provides information and support on a wide range of current opportunities and challenges facing new businesses.
Graduates and undergraduates
If you are a recent graduate or current undergraduate and are interested in the chance to gain experience through a valuable, relevant paid placement as well as a great insight into the work of local government. You can find out more and apply on the Mansfield council website.
Focused on supporting the skills of those already in employment, the Skills Local programme is a single point of contact for employers which can provide training for lower skilled workers, incentives to support higher skills training including apprenticeships and graduate placements and offer support for those at risk of redundancy. You can find out more on the D2N2 website.
Focused on employers wishing to recruit young people aged 16- to 24-years-old into their workforce, Step Forward supports employers wishing to provide jobs and training opportunities for young people including Apprenticeships. You can find out more on the CT Skills website.
Ways to contact us about employment and work opportunities
If you have a question about working in Ashfield, or need our support, you can contact us by:
- telephone: 01623 463499
- email: firstname.lastname@example.org