Step Up to Sustainable Employment

      
South West College has received funding under the Northern Ireland European Social Fund 2014-2020 for its Project.
 
This innovative Employment Solutions Programme SUSE+, part financed by European Social Fund & the  Department for the Economy, + is geared towards those aged 16-65 and provides support, guidance and qualifications as well as support into sustainable employment.
 
The project aims:
To reduce unemployment by assisting those furthest from the labour market to overcome their barriers to accessing and sustaining employment
Combat economic inactivity by helping individuals to make the transition towards the labour market 
 
SUSE+ works in partnership with DAERA (Department of Agriculture, Environment & Rural Affairs) Health and Social Trusts, Fermanagh & Omagh & Mid Ulster District Council across Cookstown, Dungannon, Fermanagh, Magherafelt and Omagh.
 
Every participant can avail of dedicated 1:1 mentoring support accompanied by a suite of provision, including Level 1 qualifications and specialised training. Enhanced support in areas such as financial, health & digital literacy will ensure that barriers to employment are addressed.


If you know of anyone who may avail of this programme  - please find our contact details below:
 
For further information on SUSE+ contact the team in your area:
Cookstown: Marie Skelton 07442531665 Conall McElholm 07834129213
Dungannon: Patricia Cairns 07718097463
Magherafelt: Alison Farquhar 07718097520 Hannah McGurk 07718097464
Enniskillen: David Taylor 07442531667 Dermott Feely 07734281029
Omagh: Tracy Sharkey 07436533475 Michelle Maguire 07739951970
Facebook: SUSEPlus Swc- https://www.facebook.com/#!/suse.swc
Twitter:  SUSE+ (@SusePlus) https://twitter.com/SusePlus