HOW WE CAN HELP

One Front Door is here to help you navigate the employment services across Bristol. We can help you find employment, training and advice. We can work with you to help you develop your skills, gain experience and find the job that is right for you.

If you have specialist needs we can help you access specialist support. For example, those who are self employed or who wish to start their own business, or those with learning difficulties or disabilities.

We can help you to:

enhance your skills and abilities through training and work experience

build your knowledge of the job market

find out about vacancies in Bristol

build your confidence and assertiveness and a create positive self-image.

WHO CAN USE THIS SERVICE?

The service is open to anyone living in the Bristol area (anyone whose local authority is Bristol City Council).

HOW CAN I SIGN UP?

To sign up simply fill out the contact form below and one of our Career Progression Coaches will be in touch.

Speak to a career coach

0117 922 3440

available from 9:00 to 17:00

Address 100 Temple St, BS1 6AG

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WHAT HAPPENS AFTER I SIGN UP?

One of our Career Progression Coaches will get in touch with you to discuss how we can help. They will call you to discuss your current situation and find out what areas you need support in.

WANT TO FIND OUT MORE?

If you’ve got any questions you can get in touch with us for an informal chat. Click here to give us your details and we’ll contact you, or you can email us at onefrontdoor@bristol.gov.uk, or call us on 0117 922 3440

OUR SUPPORT PROGRAMMES

Bristol WORKS

With your support, we can make a real difference to the lives of learners. WORKS needs employers from all sectors, and of all sizes, to come together and help build the future workforce. WORKS aims to remove the barriers to employers who can offer meaningful experiences of work. We can work with all business sizes and capacities to link you with learners and make fulfilling

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Future Bright

Future Bright offers FREE career coaching, training and support to help people develop the skills and confidence they need to take the next step. We offer a 1:1 service which focuses on Career Development, barriers to progression and how to overcome these. Whether it’s help finding or applying for a new job, support looking for available training, assistance with self-employment or advice with CV and

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Kickstart

We are a Gateway for the government’s work placement scheme, Kickstart. We are looking for employers to register to provide work placements for young people to Kickstart their careers. WHAT THE SCHEME IS… The government has introduced a £2 billion fund to create high quality 6-month work placements for people aged 16-24 who are: on Universal Credit, and at risk of long-term unemployment The funding

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Move In, Move On, Move Up

Move In, Move On, Move Up is for anyone with a history of rough sleeping or living in either temporary or unsettled accommodation. We provide free, specialist one to one support. We provide employability support via our career coach and links to employers and training providers. We provide wellbeing support from our tutor, Saph, who can help with confidence, motivation and life/tenancy skills. We also

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Ways2Work

The Ways2Work network was established by Bristol City Council to build a network of employment and training organisations to work together to fill skills shortages in Bristol and help residents into work. We work with partner organisations to help Bristol residents navigate the employment support options open to them and to ensure a joined up route to sustained careers as well as supporting our local

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WE WORK for Everyone

The We Work for Everyone programme will specifically target people with a learning difficulty to support them to find, secure and maintain paid employment, supported by a Navigator on a 1 to 1 basis. Up to 10% of the population have a learning difficulty. However employment rates for people with learning difficulties remain stubbornly low. The employment rate in the UK for people with learning

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