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Foundation 4 Work offers work experience opportunities in a warehouse and retail setting where people gain many of the employability skills that employers are looking for.

In addition, we have free one-to-one support and small workshops to give you everything you need to be ready and confident to seek work or become self employed.

We believe personalised journeys are the most effective and rewarding therefore each programme is designed and delivered around your unique goals.

That's not all! Everyone who joins and makes good progress on our programme keeps their personal Foundation 4

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Beacon Lough  and 26 more
Please join us to celebrate, 'International Women's Day' on Friday 6 March 2020. learningSkills, The Interchange Centre, Gateshead, NE8 1BH, (behind stand D). The event will include; Refreshments
Gateshead Wide  and 1 more
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Do you have a baby under 2 years old? Are you feeling anxious, worried or low in mood? Does it feel like you are alone in this? You're not!! The Mum’s
Menopause Breaking Taboos

The menopause is a natural part of ageing that usually occurs between 45 and 55 years of age, as a woman's oestrogen levels decline.

Handcrafted is a Christian charity based in Durham, Gateshead and Chester Le Street empowering those excluded from society to gain skills and find wor
Josephine & Jack are a creative and unique journey in relationships and sex education run by and for people with learning disabilities across Tyne

We are a relatively new WI group and would like to invite women in the Hebburn, Bill Quay, Pelaw and Heworth area to join us. The Dilly Line ran to the staithes at Pelaw from the mines and the coal

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We are a relatively new WI group and would like to invite women in the Hebburn, Bill Quay, Pelaw, Wardley and Heworth area to join us.  The Dilly Line
GROUP WORK A large part of our service provision is group work. Each group is guided and shaped by the young women who are part of them. The programmes are based on the needs, interests and issues of the young women who are part of the group, and a strong emphasis is placed on the group members planning, designing and evaluating their programmes. This makes sure that young women have real ownership of their groups, they are valued, respected and have the opportunity to learn new skills that meet their goals, realise their own dreams and aspirations for the future.  To support young mothers

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Description of activities: Winlaton Women's Institute is usually held on the first Wednesday of every month in St. Anne's Church Hall, Winlaton at 6.45pm. We are a friendly group and belong to the

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