New Employment Skills & Courses at Castlehaven!

New Employment Skills & Courses at Castlehaven!

 Tue, September 01, 2015

The Castlehaven Community Association have brand new employment courses working in partnership with Working Men’s College. They will be starting here from the 8th September 2015.

If you are looking to improve your employablity skills such as numeracy and literacy skills, learn English through ESOL or would like to get a job in hospitaility or childcare? Why not come to Castlehaven and learn these skills through a number of FREE courses and workshops between Sept 2015 and July 2016. All courses and workshops will be held with Working Men's College tutors and assessors.

Enrolment for all courses will take place on Tuesday 22nd & 29th September between 1-am - 12 pm in The Haven building

These courses are for Camden residents aged over 18yrs. Here are the starting dates:

•         ESOL    (English for speakers of different languages)  Started on Monday 14th and Thursday 17th Sept 10am-12.30pm

•         SEEDS & Growth Labs (Employment skills & advice)    Thursday 24th Sept 1pm-6pm

•         Improve Numeracy & Literacy     Monday 28th Sept 1-4pm

•         Hospitality or Childcare Level 1 Courses     Tuesday 29th Sept 10-4pm


Literacy and Numeracy Courses

Enrolment starts on Monday 28th Sept from 1-4pm in the Haven Cafe Classroom. The courses timetable will be given to students on the day.

For more information about these courses and workshops please contact the Working Mens College or Tel: 020 7255 4759 or email or look on their website for more information.

ALL Students must bring a Passport or Home Office Documents or National ID card. Two (in the past year) bank statements, council tax bill or utility bills as proof of address.  If Students are on income based benefits they must bring documents to prove benefits.  

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