Connecting Communities, Camp Hill, Nuneaton
Connecting Communities is a West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) project aimed at helping residents of Camp Hill, Nuneaton, who are unemployed or in low income roles back into employment.
PET-Xi supported Education Health a leading UK-based educational charity with their skills development with focused training to upskill staff in the use of Excel.
PET-Xi and the Eyebox working together to support Unemployed Coventry residents back into Employment
PET-Xi are offering a fully funded IT Training programme for unemployed Coventry residents to develop their digital skills, with a view to supporting them into employment.
The IT course covers Word, Excel, PowerPoint, IT security, Universal Credits, Social Media and the job application process has proven very popular with local job seekers. The PET-Xi programme received fantastic feedback with 100% of people attending the course said they felt the course has helped them and they would recommend it to a friend.
ITQ User Skills Level 2
Clair Fleming PET-Xi Lead Trainer – a personal Journey
Before the course Clair was unemployed and actively looking for a role as a Teaching Assistant. Now working at PET-Xi teaching on the ITQ course that she originally completed with PET-Xi and is helping jobseekers in the same situation. Read more about her story….