Joe’s Ice Cream were initially referred to the Better Jobs, Better Futures programme through the Chwarae Teg charity who work to support the economic development of women in Wales. Read more
The Better Jobs, Better Futures team recently supported students from Gower College Swansea’s Foundation Degree in Sports Development and Management.
Inspirational young man overcomes significant hurdles and secures prestigious High 5 award
Aaron Cope was facing a life of uncertainty before receiving the support of Gower College Swansea’s Better Jobs, Better Futures programme. Read more
Better Jobs, Better Futures – one year on
Gower College Swansea’s employability programme, Better Jobs, Better Futures is celebrating a highly successful first year of delivery. Read more
A homecare provider has won recognition for championing disabled workers’ rights and ensuring their business is accessible to all, with the help of Gower College Swansea’s Better Jobs, Better Futures programme. Read more
On Friday 29th June we held an open event at our Kingsway Centre as part of UK Employability Day 2018!
The day was a fantastic success with over 50 clients in attendance. We had some brilliant local employers present with real opportunities on offer for everyone, including HSBC who ran a fantastic interview masterclass; Virgin Atlantic who delivered a highly engaging and informative life skills session and James Foley from Right at Home who gave an inspirational talk on how to make positive changes to your career. It was brilliant to see so many of our new and existing clients participating in the day’s activities and we have had some fantastic feedback. Read more
We were delighted to be a sponsor of the ChwaraeTeg Womenspire awards held at the Wales Millennium Centre last month. The Womenspire Awards, now in their third year, aim to recognise and celebrate the personal achievements and outstanding contribution of women across Wales that will inspire future generations. Read more
The BBC Big Weekend is coming to Swansea in May, and those lucky enough to secure tickets will get the opportunity to see headline acts such as Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran perform. In the build-up, the BBC have been running a range of fringe events across the country as part of a creative and comprehensive outreach programme which has included live musical performances, industry insight, workshops, Q&A’s with influential figures, employability events and work experience opportunities. Read more
A programme designed to strengthen Swansea’s workforce has supported nearly 400 people and 80 businesses across the city during its first six months in operation. Read more
Whether you’re just starting out in the working world or your current role is getting a bit stale, a little motivation can help you get ahead in your chosen career. Here with ten tips on how you could get ahead in the workplace is Cath Jenkins, Employability Partnerships and Programmes Manager at Better Jobs, Better Futures, a Gower College Swansea initiative which provides support to people across the city seeking new or better employment. Read more