The local Conservative MP, Henry Smith, organised and chaired a meeting of organisations committed to making the Work Programme work. The meeting was held in the RBLI/G4S Work Programme office in Crawley and included representatives from G4S, RBLI, Crawley Councillors, the Principal of Central Sussex College, Richmond Fellowship and Job Centre Plus, amongst others.
Lenny Walker, a Crawley Councillor, said that the Work Programme has a real need for partnerships and that our commitment to organising these events to bring people together was crucial to the development of those partnerships.
The UK has a long tradition of Apprenticeships and I am very pleased that RBLI will now be continuing this important tradition with the recruitment of a number of Apprentices, initially in Gavin Astor House and the marketing team.
- Chrysalis Motivational Workshop – Our specially designed personal development programme
- Feeling Good Workshops – A series of workshop which help delegates understand how anxiety, stress, low mood can affect you at work and home, as well as how to manage physical health to cope at work
- Coaching for Change – understand the stages of transitional change and how better to manage resulting feelings, thoughts and behaviours
- Healthy Working Workshop – understand how some of the more common health and wellbeing topics can affect work
- Managing Stress – Our workshop provides support and guidance to managers, ensuring that they are better equipped to identify early signs of stress and understand and manage staff with stress related illness
- Disability Awareness – Workshop aimed at assisting participants to better understand what the terms disability means and its difference from ill-health
- Managing DSE Assessments – Bite sized training workshops, provided in house, designed to fully meet your employee DSE training obligations
- Workplace Ergonomics – Workshops designed to identify ergonomic support to individuals and teams in the workplace
I am absolutely delighted to be able to confirm that RBLI has been announced as the preferred bidder for the Access to Work contract in both London & The Home Counties and Southern England.