Jobseeker. How can we help?
Anyone who's ever searched for a job would say that it's one of the hardest things they've done. From finding suitable vacancies, completing applications good enough to secure an interview, to performing well in front of prospective employers and getting that job!
SkillsHouse can support you in lots of ways. See the information below and get in touch if you think we can help.
Are you looking for training opportunities?
Are you looking for a training course? SkillsHouse can help you to find something suitable. Find out about the partners we work with in the District, and the types of courses available.
Click here to find out about all the ways we can help you to improve your employability skills, hopefully making finding a job much easier.
If English isn't your first language, we can help you to find a course to improve both spoken and written English, which will improve your job opportunities. Find out what you need to do here.
Find out how we can help you to progress in your career, and find courses to develop your skills further.
Apart from needing help with employability skills, sometimes people need support in other areas which might be affecting them. We can support you in lots of ways, or signpost you to someone who can help. Click the button below to find out more.Go to Additional Support
I wanted to extend my heartfelt thanks for the career support meeting we had today at Britannia House. It was truly a pleasure to meet you, and I found our meeting both friendly and incredibly informative.Our discussion about identifying the skills I'd like to develop and exploring various study and work options was immensely helpful. I appreciate the time you took to delve into specific career areas open to me and to discuss current and future job opportunities.
I cannot express how much I appreciate the help and time the SkillsHouse adviser has spent with me today to help complete an application form and lengthy personal statement in addition to my CV. If it wasn't for her help, I would not have been able to complete this application by myself.I am so grateful for all her help, patience and understanding and really appreciate everything she has done for me in helping me apply for my ideal job as a teaching assistant.
See some of our latest job vacancies here. This is just a small selection, click the button to see more.
If you need help to find a training course, either to help with your job prospects or to develop your skills, please get in touch. We can point you in the right direction, and also advertise some courses here.
Shaping Spaces (Ages 16-25)
Our free wellbeing programme is for young adults 16–25 in the Bradford area who want to get outside, make friends, and improve their wellbeing. Spending time out in nature is proven to be very beneficial for our mental and physical health, especially when we slow down and notice our surroundings (mindfulness).
Shaping Futures (Ages 17-25)
Shaping Futures is a free programme for 17 to 25 years olds who want to take a first step into employment, education or training but first need to gain some skills and confidence.
Shaping Spaces (All Ages)
For adults who want to get out in nature, help the environment, improve their wellbeing and meet new people.
Digital Skills Bootcamp: Digital Marketing
Learn the fundamentals of digital marketing from understanding underpinning theories and concepts of marketing practice to applying the most appropriate tools to marketing campaigns, how to utilise common digital marketing platforms to achieve business goals in marketing and learning how to utilise Google Analytics. You will also explore customer engagement and market segmentation as well as the role of customer relationships in digital marketing and implement digital and social media strategies.
National Apprenticeship Week 2022
National Apprenticeship Week highlights the many benefits apprenticeships bring to businesses and the invaluable skills people who undertake them gain. See what Jodie thinks...
Over the course of the scheme, over 800 young people were successfully placed across the Bradford District