Supporting you to find work

Our Employment & Skills Team help you find work and take the next step on your career path. We provide impartial, tailored careers advice and guidance to support people to access part-time and full-time employment.

When & where?

Contact us to register your interest.

Who is it for?

Our service has a range of options for people who have the ‘right to work’ in the UK and is free to access.


What you’ll be doing

Each year we support over 1200 people to access part-time and full-time employment, apprenticeships, training, work experience placements, volunteer opportunities, accredited courses, English language classes and skills workshops. We can help you whether you are looking for work or want to improve your skills to help you on your career path.

We will support you through a tailored service that suits your needs. There is one-to-one support as well as access to employability sessions where you can meet with others and work together to achieve your goals. We recruit for part-time and full-time roles in many sectors including administration, construction, health and social care and more. So whatever your experience, we’ll help you take the next step on your career path.

Our friendly and approachable team offer impartial career advice and guidance. We support young people, single parents, refugees, long-term unemployed, people returning to the jobs market and those wanting to change career. Please contact us to make an appointment.

Our projects

We deliver a range of employment projects to support the development of our clients and their community.

Work routes 50+ is co-financed by the Department for Work and Pensions and the European Social Fund. Work routes 50+ offers employment support for people aged 50+ who live in London.

Aim4Work is funded by the European Social Fund and The National Lottery Community Fund. It’s a free specialist employability programme for people with common mental health conditions living in South London, North London and East London.

Create Your Future is jointly funded by The National lottery Community Fund and the European Social Fund through the Building Better Opportunities initiative. The project aims to shape the employment environment for economically inactive women who are Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority (BAME) by improving their confidence, aspirations and network.


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Who we've helped

Fatiha, Capital Talent youth employment programme participant

“I used to put myself down… Now I want to work my way up!”

Read Fatiha's story