Action West London is a charity based in Acton working across the West London boroughs specialising in helping unemployed people back into employment. We deliver our mission by working in partnership with statutory, voluntary, community and private sector organisations.
We have currently been awarded a new NEET Project called the ‘YES West London Project’ in partnership with Burleigh College that is designed to help 16-24 year olds to get into employment, education or training.
The project targets the following:
- Young people who not in Employment, Education, Training (NEET). The programme will be providing 1-2-1 support, advice and guidance to achieve further education or support to find employment through traineeships or apprenticeships.
Please see the eligibility criteria for this programme:
- Age 16-24 years old and Not in Employment, Education or Training (NEET)
- Resident in one of the 7 West London Boroughs, Boroughs includes, Ealing, Hammersmith & Fulham,, Hounslow, Hillingdon, Harrow, Brent and Barnet.
As part of the programmes we will provide 16-24-year-olds with the following:
- A detailed Initial assessment, skills assessment and SMART Action Plan
- Regular 1-2-1 support
- A bespoke service tailored to their individual’s needs
- Employability courses regulated/ non regulated (including preparation for job interviews etc)
- Access to prearranged job Interviews, screenings and job fairs
- Ongoing support for sustainable employment
To make a referral to the programme:
- Call: 0208 735 4760 for an informal chat with one of our specialist Employment Advisors
- Email: Laura.Harris@actionwestlondon.org.uk
- Pop into our office at Action West London, Morris House, Unit 8, Swainson Road, Acton, W3 7UP
We work with a number of local employers, colleges and Training Providers who are recruiting via Action West London and we would love to make those vacancies/training opportunities accessible to young people.
We aim to accommodate everyone so if you have any other young people who are older than 24 we run other projects which can still support them into employment as well. Specifically, we support unemployed families, where an adult is unemployed in a family and refugees, this include somebody who had refugee status within the last 10 years.