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Walsall Works

Walsall Works is an award winning initiative funded by Walsall Council to support local people to find jobs, apprenticeships and access training, while also supporting local businesses that are looking to expand and invest in their future workforce.

Register now If you are looking for support in finding work, apprenticeship or training opportunities.

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Job Club

Walsall Works will be holding a number of job clubs across the borough. The job clubs will provide support with finding the right career, matching to our current vacancies, CV writing and completing applications.

To find your nearest job club see our latest schedule

Job Club Schedule


Events

Walsall Works hold a number of events including Job Fairs, sector specific careers sessions and employability training.  Click to see all of our upcoming events 

Events Schedule


 

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The Walsall Works Partner Awards are a way of recognising the contribution and the investment that employers have made in their local workforce.

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Walsall Works Expo 2020

Walsall Works Expo 2020

The Walsall Works Expo will take place on Wednesday 11 March 2020 at The Hub, Walsall College, 9am - 4pm.

Meet with over 80 employers offering full time and part-time roles.

Get advice and support with accessing and securing a new long-term career.

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HS2 Apprenticeships

HS2 Apprenticeships

HS2 are now accepting applications for the 2020 apprenticeship programme. 

Apprenticeships are available in areas such as project management, IT, finance, engagement and fraud. The apprenticeship programmes will involve working alongside industry leading experts and gaining experience across a variety of placements.

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Apprenticeship Career Event

Apprenticeship Career Event

The Black Country Careers Hub will be hosting apprenticeship careers events in February and March 2020.

These events are for post 16/18. Parents & their young people are invited to attend the Marketplace where they can meet staff from the University of Wolverhampton, local employers, training providers & colleges. Get valuable first hand information on a variety of career paths for Apprenticeships.

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CyberSkills by The Open University

CyberSkills by The Open University

Are you interested in a cyber security career but not sure how to get started? If you live in the West Midlands Combined Authority area and are 18 years of age or above, then CyberSkills could be for you.  The programme is due to start 24 February 2020. It's funded by the West Midlands Combined Authority’s Digital Retraining Fund and there's no cost to learners.

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