Employability Programmes

There are many positive outcomes of physical activity. Alongside physical and mental health, people report improved self-confidence and self-esteem, goal planning and achievement, gaining new skills and personal development as a result of their participation in regular physical activities.

GBA continuously expand its range of programmes to support Berkshire residents in gaining skills and confidence and help them move closer to employability.

Working with unemployed people in Berkshire?

Support unemployed people aged 50 and over.

Let them know about More Active More Skills programme that is available from Get Berkshire Active and Mobile Team Challenge Europe and funded by the European Social Fund and Education & Skills Funding Agency.

More Active More Skills is a 5 week, 10-session course designed to help those aged 50+. This is a journey on learning more about yourself to build your confidence to unlock your potential, develop self-confidence and belief in your ability. The course is designed to give you the practical tools to help you be successful in an ever - changing environment.

The course covers a range of important topics, including aspects of emotional intelligence, appreciative inquiry, prioritising skills, understanding and dealing with stress and learning how to cope and succeed through change.

We would be so grateful if you make this course available to anyone you think would benefit.


Supporting young unemployed people aged

The Bounce programme (from Elevate) involves 6 sessions that will help individuals develop the mindset and mental skills needed to find or return to work.

It has been developed by top business coaches and sport psychologists who have worked with some of the world's best athletes. Sessions cover a range of important topics, including how to create a positive mindset, overcome negative thinking, be more active, manage stress and set goals. There are video insights, animations, reflection exercises and practical suggestions.

Bounce is available in two formats, both of which require access to a computer and a notebook to write down reflections:

  1. Live webinars.
  2. Self-led options.

Support unemployed people in Berkshire at their challenging time.
Let them know about Employability Programmes and opportunities

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