Stirling Criminal Justice Service (CJS) have been working in partnership with Raploch URC via the Community Enterprise for a number of years. The Service have become our “go to” agency when seeking employability support for some of the more chaotic young people who struggle to engage with mainstream services such as Skills Development Scotland (SDS)...
Stirling Council Criminal Justice Department Sep. 24, 2015
“A welcome and sustainable partnership”
The Community Enterprise have become an important and established partner of the Employability Service at Stirling Council. The training, support and opportunities accessed by a number of our clients has proven instrumental in their progression towards employment. The willingness to collaborate on projects and support for measurable client interventions provides a welcome and sustainable partnership.
Stirling Council Employability Service Sep. 24, 2015
“We look forward to continuing this in the future”
DWP through Stirling Jobcentre works in partnership with the Community Enterprise and this jointly funded approach has delivered numerous opportunities over the last few years. Many candidates have moved from benefits into work as a result of this partnership. We look forward to continuing this in the future and remain committed to supporting people in...
Derek Russell DWP/Stirling Job Centre Sep. 21, 2015
“Staff are highly supportive!”
The Community Enterprise has offered individual support programmes designed specifically to build confidence, self-belief and employability skills for our school learners. The staff are highly supportive, professional and take time to get to know our young people individually.
Caroline Nisbet - Principal Teacher Social, Emotional and Behavioural Needs Support Service, Chartershall Secondary Education Sep. 10, 2015
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