Worktop to Desktop – ESFA

Financial independence and a professional career still seems out-of-reach for many women. The traditional family model of men as the ‘providers’ and women as the ‘homemakers’ still holds strong in much of society. Nonetheless, there are signs of change which is driven by economic reality. More and more women are looking to get back into work, but dont know where to start.

Further yourself professionally and develop new skills with our job orientated online learning program.

Train to become a Marketing Guru

The growing need for talented marketing gurus has led to substantial employment growth during recent years. 

There are a number of different career opportunities for marketing gurus to pursue.

Learn basic skills in IT & literacy

Basic computer and literacy skills is essential in every workplace

What support will I receive?

As part of this programme, you will be assigned a mentor who will be your point of contact to discuss your career plans and seek advice and guidance as you build your future job prospects.

  • 1-2-1 sessions to provide information, advice and guidance
  • Work experience, workshops and training
  • Employability programme, mentoring and coaching.

Who is eligible to apply?

  • You are currently unemployed
  • You must live in London North & East
  • You must be eligible to work in the UK

Online Programme

Duration: 9 Weeks

Time commitment per week: 2 -15 hrs

Deadline for registration: Open

To find out more please register your interest by completing the form below.

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Please select the Borough you live in.
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Your Status
I am committed to 9 weeks of online 121 sessions, training and work placement
I have access to internet and computer

The Community Training Grant, which helps unemployed people advance towards employment, education and training. This project is funded by the European Social Fund (ESF) and commissioned by The Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA).