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Conwy Employment Hub is a community-driven “one stop shop” for employability in Conwy.


If you are:

  • In a job that doesn’t offer enough hours
  • Dreaming of doing something different but barriers are holding you back
  • Unemployed
  • Facing redundancy

We are here to help you find work that is right for you through:

  • Dedicated employment mentors and advisors offering employment, jobs and benefit advice
  • Personalised 1-2-1 mentoring which is tailored to the individual
  • Professionally delivered and free training courses to build skills
  • Support for CV writing, job applications and job interviews
  • Funding support to overcome barriers into training and employment:
    Loan of Chromebooks and wifi dongles, travel expenses, ID documentation and childcare
  • Community and Employer engagement:
    events, recruitment, work opportunities, work placements and Pathway courses
  • In-work support for up to 1 month once participant starts working
  • Referrals to other agencies/partner organisations where appropriate

We are passionate and dedicated in helping you and have access to a network of employers looking to recruit at every level.

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Covid-19 Update

Our office is closed, but we are still working hard to provide you with the same great service.

Welsh government employability programmes

Conwy Employment Hub runs the following Welsh Government Employability Programmes:

Communities for Work (CfW)

CFW is a Welsh Government Employability Programme supported by the European Social Fund.  It is entirely voluntary and provides intensive mentoring support to help people develop their confidence and their skills as well as to find and maintain employment.  It works with three specific groups:

  • Long-term unemployed people aged 25 and over
  • Economically inactive people aged 25 and over
  • Young people aged 16-24 not in employment, education or training (NEET)

CfW is a postcoded programme which works in partnership with DWP and is due to end in March 2023.

Communities for Work Plus (CfW+)

CfW+ is a Welsh Government Funded Employability Programme that supports CfW and operates in a similar way in providing intensive mentoring support to help people develop their confidence and their skills and to find and maintain employment.  Its difference is that it helps people who are either in or at risk of poverty, and it’s available throughout the county.

PaCE

PaCE is a programme that supports parents who are finding childcare costs are preventing them from training or working.  It helps find and fund solutions to overcome childcare barriers to enable parents/guardians to prepare for and access employment opportunities. 

Cynnydd Project

The Hub also works with and promotes the Cynnydd/Progress Scheme which is core funded by the Conwy Youth Service.  This is a voluntary programme for young people aged 16-24 who are at risk of being Not in Employment, Education or Training (NEET),and while it is similar to the Welsh Government’s Communities for Work programme, it is for the young people that are most hard to reach to provide them with the best possible guidance, care and help to build a better future whatever they are facing.

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