Opportunities in Eastleigh


List of Upcoming Skills & Employment Workshops - Click a title for more info!



2-session online course | 2nd and 3rd of March 17:30 - 18:30

This free online course brought to you by Eastleigh Borough Council as part of the PONToon project is all about learning how to find a job that's right for you.

Over the duration of two one hour sessions and with the help of our expert trainer Tract Duggan from Skillslocal, you will:

  • Learn how to identify your key professional attributes and discover your ideal job role
  • Explore new tools and exercises to help you craft your own employment plan
  • Master the skills needed to apply for jobs and ace the interviews

Contact Sue.Edgerley@eastleigh.gov.uk for further information or to sign up!


MORE SKILLS OPPORTUNITIES FOR WOMEN IN EASTLEIGH

If you would like to be notified of future opportunities in Eastleigh, contact Eastleigh Borough Council PONToon Employment and Skills Specialist Sue Edgerley via sue.edgerley@eastleigh.gov.uk 

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Try out the PONToon employment support tools

We're in the process of creating a digital toolkit for women who are looking to improve their employment situations. To find out more, visit the PONToon apps website by clicking the following link: http://pontoonapps.com/beneficiaries.php

The tools are currently a work-in-progress - you can help us in our goal of supporting women to find better employment by trying them and giving feedback via the surveys on the PONToon apps website!

How to access the PONToon tools and feedback surveys on the pontoonapps.com website

Eager to get started right away?

The PONToon website contains a number of useful guides and articles that will help you get started with skills such as blogging, social media, graphic design and photography - click the button below to check them out! 

Learn new skills!

Project PONToon, Partnership Opportunity using New Technologies fostering sOcial and ecOnomic inclusioN 2017-2021, is a 5.8 million euro digital upskilling collaboration between participants in Southern England and Northern France. The project is 69% funded by the European Regional Development Fund, Interreg France (Channel) England programme and is delivered by 11 partners, The University of Portsmouth (lead), Amiens Métropole, Aspex, ADICE, Digital Peninsula Network, Devon Mind, Eastleigh Borough Council, GIP-FCIP de l'académie de Caen, MEFP, TRAJECTIO and WSX Enterprise.