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  • Nicole’s employment journey
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    Nicole was referred to us to take part in our Employability Fund programme in 2020. She had previously attended a course which was disrupted by the COVID restrictions, but she didn’t let that hold her back! She continued seeking out opportunities to support her progress into employment. Nicole was keen to start work within the…

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  • Artisan Crafts
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    “I attend the Artisan Craft group with my daughter, and usually anything that I do go to centres around her specific needs and requests and the things she is interested in; I go with her to support her needs and help her get the best experience she can. We both attend this group and regardless…

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  • Paul Davis
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    After struggling to find a permanent source of income Paul came to SCE to learn new skills and increase his chances of finding the right job for him. Here is Paul’s story: “I first heard of the support provided by Stirling Community Enterprise (SCE) a good few years back, but I never got around to…

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  • Slawek Christ
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    Slawek moved to Scotland with his family from Poland in 2015 aged 13 and came to Stirling Community Enterprise in 2019 looking for help to find his first job. Here is Slawek’s Story; “I first heard about SCE when I was about to leave school. They were running a course for leavers that helped us…

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  • Ryan Weir
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    I was advised to pop down to SCE after going in to Skills Development Scotland’s career’s office, as I needed to get my CSCS card to allow me to start work. When I first contacted them, I just wanted to do my CSCS training and once I was booked on to the course I asked…

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  • Abdelmaaboud
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    Abdelmaaboud started working with us in January 2018. Originally from Egypt Abdelmaaboud moved to Greece in 2016 to try and find work. He undertook numerous jobs within the construction industry and could turn his hand to anything, whilst in Greece he met his partner (now Wife) and they both moved to Scotland in late 2017. He…

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  • James
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    James has a passion for art and anime, and really enjoys working on cartoons and all sorts of animation. Over the last few weeks James has been building a light box to further enhance his animation and story’s. These light boxes are used by some of the first leading artist and cartoonists in history and…

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  • Tyler McMurray
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    I first heard about Stirling Community Enterprise from Eleanor Cuthbert at Stirling Council. At the time I didn’t have much work experience, so I wanted to get out and learn some new skills. I started on the Landscaping course and learned how to use all the grass cutting equipment and machinery, gaining certificates as I…

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  • Rhona’s Client
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    Our Employability Intervention worker Rhona is here to help people stay in employment / training while dealing with crisis situations such as homelessness, benefits and mental health. We’d like to share with you the story of one of Rhona’s clients as an example of the work she does at SCE.   Rhona’s Client was due…

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  • David Murray
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    David was referred from youth services to ALBA construction. He has been working with youth services since leaving school and didn’t really know what he wanted to do. He recently completed the construction course and got his manual handling certificate, introduction to modular surfaces certificate and passed his CSCS test. He is aiming for a…

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