You are invited to the launch of Escalate – An exciting new online information source about support available for those not in work
ESCALATE is an on line portal which, in just a few easy steps, will identify the most appropriate opportunities for your customers, saving you valuable time and reducing confusion around the many routes or paths available.
It is FREE and easy to use, containing all the latest opportunities* for the unemployed in Lancashire in one place, ranging from confidence building, mentoring and volunteering to pre-employment training, job search skills and much more.
Why should I attend?
- Come to one of our local events to see first-hand how by entering just a few of your customer’s details, Escalate will do all the hard work and identify the most appropriate opportunities.
- Learn how to access and use Escalate to benefit your customers.
- Meet with local delivery partners in our market place to find out more about what is on offer in your local area.
Who should attend?
Anyone who is working with and supporting unemployed people who live in Lancashire.
Drop in at any point during the opening times to try this unique system and meet partners. It should only take around 30 minutes of your time.
For other information about ESCALATE and the Lancashire Skills Hub visit our website and follow our Twitter feed for updates @LancsSkillsHub #escalate
Do not miss out – book now
Preston – Wednesday 21st March 12.30 – 16.00 – Preston Town Hall, Committee Room
West Lancs – Thursday 22nd March 10.00 – 14.00 – Jobcentre Plus, Whelmar House, Skelmersdale
Blackburn – Thursday 29th March 10.00 – 14.00 – Bank Top Neighbourhood Learning Centre Blackburn
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