Employment Services

We provide a weekly jobs club and maintain a large range of vacancies, and we have regular contact with employers.  If you are unemployed, or are considering a career change, higher or further education, then our team will be pleased to help you to explore all possible options.

During job clubs clients are seen on a drop-in basis, allowing them to fit our services around their needs (childcare, shift work, part-time courses).

Follow up appointments are made for a time that suits the client.

There are dedicated workshops and Job clubs available weekly offering a range of employment services on a one to one and group level.

 Jobs club

Monday 2.30-4.30pm and Thursday 2pm-4pm drop in

  • E-mail creation
  • CV preparation
  • Interview techniques
  • Filling out job application forms
  • Referral to ESOL, IT and back to work courses
  • Referrals to various training opportunities in Coventry (HE or FE)

Clients also use the resources of the centre (lists of current job vacancies, Internet access, telephone, stationary, mailing, scanning) to assist themselves and being able to use the computers in reception to carry out detailed job searches.

We hold an annual Jobs & Training Fair, with employers such as the NHS, Coventry City Council, Travel West Midlands, as well as employment and training agencies.
Subject to funding


Current Funded Employment Projects

Accelerate is a Building Better Opportunities Project funded by the European Social Fund and The National Lottery Community Fund , delivered by a local partnership of organisations providing people with access to a wide range of job support services.

Exceed in Coventry is an ESIF Project part-funded by the European Social Fund, delivered by a local partnership of three organisations: WATCH, The Job Shop, and Coventry University’s Fab Lab.

Music Leads 2 Work is an Barrier Breaking Project part-funded by Jumping Through Hoops, managed by Heart Of England Community Foundation, providing people with access to a range employment support services, an introduction to radio training and support in accessing a range of support services.