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Wolves at Work employment programme has secured a new £100,000 sub-regional construction training hub in the city to help hundreds of unemployed residents get into work

New construction training hub to help unemployed

Wolves at Work employment programme has secured a new £100,000 sub-regional construction training hub in the city to help hundreds of unemployed residents get into work.
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(l-r): Sofia Haider, Lavinia Jackson, Bethune Smith, Maliah Fazal and Denise Wilson from Aspiring Futures, and Karen Sahota and Sue Lindup from City of Wolverhampton Council’s skills team

Skills programme empowers Wolverhampton women

City of Wolverhampton Council’s ‘Empowering Women’ skills programme has seen 90% of participants progress into further learning, training, volunteering or jobs.
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