Published: Thursday, 4th January 2018

Residents can kick start their search on board the community outreach bus.

The Greenwich Local Labour and Business (GLLaB) bus will be touring the borough offering tailored support for out of work residents to get the skills and experience they need to get into permanent employment.

The GLLaB outreach bus is part of the Royal Borough of Greenwich's commitment to ensuring all residents have access to employment, training or apprenticeship opportunities.

People of all ages can get help with their job search, including preparing CVs and interview techniques. They'll also be able to find out about job opportunities with local employers.

GLLaB staff will be on board to help at all the locations. Additional information on Business Start–ups and Adult and Community Learning Courses will also be available.

Bus locations

Residents can find the bus and get on board at:

General Gordon Square

Woolwich, SE18 6HD (10am to 2pm from Tuesday 9 January 2018, then fortnightly).

Greenwich Islamic Centre

131 Plumstead Road, SE18 7DW (11am to 2pm from Friday 12 January 2018, then fortnightly).

Passey Place

Eltham, SE9 5DQ (10am to 2pm from Tuesday 16 January 2018, then fortnightly).

Armada Community Hall

21 McMillan Street, SE8 3EZ (10am to 2pm from Friday 19 January 2018, then fortnightly).

GLLaB drop-in service

Residents can also get advice on work and training from the GLLaB drop-in service, 9.30am to 4.30pm, Monday to Friday at:

The Old Library,
Calderwood Street,
London SE18 6QW

'A great job of matching local people with job opportunities and training'

Cllr Sizwe James, Cabinet Member for Transport, Economy and Smart Cities, said: "Our GLLaB team is doing a great job of matching local people with job opportunities and training. The community outreach bus means residents across the borough can get access to the job and training help they need in their neighbourhood.

"Residents can also sign up on our website to receive regular GLLaB updates on training opportunities and employment news."