Coastal Ranger Programme

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In January 2015 CEIS alongside North Ayrshire Council (Street Scene), Eglington Park Country Rangers, TACT and SCVO launched the Coastal Ranger Programme. The programme was designed to support young offenders and mainstream unemployed. This programme has a strong footing in environment concerns as well as providing opportunities for those who are looking to integrate back […]

Good News for Holly

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CEIS Ayrshire helped us to design a business plan in order for us to obtain a small business loan to assist my first few months of employment and allow us to upgrade our services. They then advised of a course run by CEIS Ayrshire regarding managing social media accounts of business which was run by […]

Good News for Mandy

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Mandy Walker was directed to CEIS Ayrshire from her local Job Centre.  We supported Mandy and placed her onto the STRIVE programme which supports individuals with their employability skills. Mandy faced various personal barriers to securing employment and was unsure how to progress, yet she states she is very happy with the service provided as […]

Gallery 37

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From 7th January to 15th February Impact Arts are running a free workshop in Performance, Props Design and Animation at locations across Irvine including Redburn Youth Café, Fullarton Community Centre and the Harbour Arts Centre. Young people can attend on a drop-in basis if they would like to come for part of a session and […]

Good News for Trainees

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Congratulations to our trainees who have taken part in a Historical walk in Dumfries in order to complete their personal development qualification. The trainees and Sheila Mogg of CEIS Dumfries & Galloway are celebrating their accomplishments.  

StreetScene does the job for Susan

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Susan Andrews (53) had a lengthy career in retail, which she unfortunately had to give up after experiencing some mental health issues. Unemployed for five years, Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) referred Susan to Community Work Placements (CWP), a programme aimed at claimants whose primary barrier to work is a lack of work experience […]

Opens doors through CSCS testing

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CSCS Card

Alex popped in to register as he was keen to secure an Apprenticeship. He was unsure exactly what he wanted to do but he knew that he enjoyed outdoor work. A short time later Morrison Construction approached CEIS Ayrshire looking for 2 young people for Construction Apprenticeships. Alex seemed extremely keen after explaining that if […]

First Steps To Success

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CEIS Ayrshire recently completed our 4-day STEPS course with a group of individuals at our Radio City office. The programme is a great motivator, helping individuals identify their key skills and realise their true potential. Some key areas of development include: Stretching your comfort zones Manage Personal Change Understanding deep routed behaviours Consistently set and […]

Change of Career for Graeme

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grame and jo

Graeme was referred to CEIS Ayrshire, as part of the Work Programme. He had worked in Construction for 20+ years but had to leave due to a number of health issues, incl. Arthritis, Diabetes and HBP. He felt he was ‘past it’ and was unsure if he would ever find work again. Through our BLO […]