Action West London delivers a wide range of Employment, Education and Enterprise projects for young people and adults each year. The number and type of projects we deliver are dependent on the funding we can secure so we may not always run the same projects.
The SWEET Programme
The SWEET project is designed to help women make changes in their lives and achieve their goals. It helps women from ethnic minorities in West London who would like to get a full or part time job or at least to take the first steps towards getting a job, for example by starting some training or doing a work placement. The Project is funded by the European Social Fund and the National Lottery, through the Big Lottery Fund.
Bridging the Gap West London project will support 25 participants who are unemployed
and economically inactive from ethnic minority communities. The project will undertake first contact engagement activities to reach participants not normally in contact with official organisations to help individuals secure employment or training
Realising Youth Potential Project (RYP)
The Realising Youth Potential project (RYP), funded by The Young Londoners Fund, will support 150 young people, aged 15-18 years, at risk of exclusion or criminal activity, to raise their skills and aspirations. Young people will continually shape the project and young people will be employed alongside a youth project worker. The project responds to […]
Acton Town Centre Market
Did you know Action West London own Acton Market which is located in the heart of Acton Town Centre, West London and we welcome ALL keen traders who are interested in starting up their own market trading business.
Moving on Up: Action Recruitment
Action Recruitment is an employment project for unemployed, black young men. Action West London is developing a recruitment agency focussing initially on helping black young men aged 16-24 years find employment.
ESOL for Integration, Employability and Social Cohesion Project
ESOL for Integration, Employability and Social Cohesion Project is to help Hillingdon residents from Trust wards with low-level English and IT skills to improve their language/IT skills by creating learning opportunities in and out of the classroom. This will enable them to integrate into society and to participate in the wider community.
Family Works Project
Action West London is working closely with local authorities and local partners to identify families who could benefit from the provision. This will involve engaging with families from the local community and provide them support which will help them secure employment.
Working West London
A project to help refugees gain employment and build careers based on their existing skills. The project aims to make a substantial difference to participants’ lives, by helping them obtain employment, gain a sense of confidence and feel recognition for their contribution to the work market.
City Bridge Trust Stepping Stones Grant award—to business plan a fee-generating Recruitment Agency Social Enterprise. Action West London is pleased to have been awarded a grant from the Stepping Stones ‘Capacity Building’ programme designed to help start up new social enterprises.