In the economic fallout from the Covid-19 crisis there is a major risk of mass unemployment with devastating long-term consequences for young people. Young black men, who faced employment inequalities even before the crisis, are at particular risk. The Moving on Up programme aims to increase employment opportunities for young black men in London and has been piloting practical solutions to address the inequalities in employment outcomes.
ERSA Employability Awards 2020 – We’ve been nominated!
Action West London is part of a wider project which sees organisations from London and other parts of the UK support refugees. Our participation in the project started in 2017, and since then we have engaged with over 250 refugee participants from Africa, Europe and the Middle East.
The next WWL event in association with ELATT is ‘Universal Credit and Food Support Services’ with Maryam on Thursday 2nd July 11:00 – 12:00
Action West London are hosing Workshop Wednesdays with our Partner Paddington Development Trust supporting women on the SWEET Project.
Action West London Launches Construction Skills Certificate Scheme
Action West London is continuing with our vital support services for unemployed young people and Adults in West London during these critical times. We have now moved to providing our support through phone, e-mail, website and social media.
Our teachers have been creative in responding to the challenge and have successfully embraced the technology to ensure this provision continues through lockdown.
Our aim is simple, we want to change lives through employment, education and enterprise. For 2019-2020 we’ll be running 12 key projects. Take a look and see how we can help you today. Click to read more.
A Free one-week Business Course with Ealing Pop Up Business School is coming to Ealing on 9th of September. Click to read more.