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WACC Bridges Project

The Bridges Project at WACC (Walsall Adult and Community College) works with unemployed adults aged over 25 years old who need extra support to learn new things and achieve their life goals.

We particularly work with adults with a learning disability and autism who have additional learning support needs and want to find out more about the world of work.

Our experienced team can support you to:

  • Think about your goals and dreams
  • Find out what you enjoy and what you are good at
  • Look at how to use your skills and gain new ones
  • Build your confidence and self-esteem
  • Find new things for you to try (including college courses and work tasters if that is what you choose)
  • Explore and prepare for paid or voluntary work

We will work with you through:

  • 1:1 mentoring sessions
  • Small fun group sessions
  • Occasional trip and outings

We can be flexible and meet with you at a time and place to suit you

Who to contact

Contact Name
Lisa Lockley
Contact Position
Bridges Project Co-ordinator
Telephone
01922 63000 Ext 3037
E-mail
lockleyl@wacc.ac.uk

Where to go

Name
Walsall Adult and Community College
Address
Hawbush Centre
Beeches Road
Leamore
Walsall
West Midlands
Postcode
WS1 3AG
Notes

We are on several Bus Routes including the following:

1     Arriva

301 Diamond

302 Diamond

301 National Express

The college building is accessible to all abilities

 

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Monday to Friday 9.00am - 5.00pm
Session Information
Flexible to suit your needs

Other Details

Costs
Free and we can pay reasonable travel expenses

Availability

Referral required
No
Referral Details

Just contact us to find out if you are eligible for our service...

You need to be over 25

Have the right to live and work in the UK

Not in paid work for at least 6 months

Have learning support needs

Other notes

 

Bridges is part of The Building Better Opportunities programme (BBO) which is funded by the Big Lottery and the European Social Fund (ESF).

We are one of 29 partners who make up the Bridges Project across the Black Country, who are all aiming to support people to move closer to their employment goals.

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