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Progressions Coordinator West London

West London

£26,000 - £29,500 a year

8 days ago

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Warehouse & Storage Assessor Paisley


£24,000 a year

7 days ago

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Student in Prestonpans East Lothian
on 7 March 2020
Productive and fun workplace
Productive and fun workplace, laid back with free activity sessions run. the sessions included boxing, metafit, circuits, bootcamps or general weight lifting.
Coach in Scotland
on 29 June 2020
Shocking Company
Wouldn't waste your time applying for this company. No training given Senior Management and Managers are awful. They don't care about the staff, all they care about is getting money in to the company and their reputation. You don't get to do coaching sessions.
Managing Director in Manchester, Greater Manchester
on 24 January 2020
Street League is the Uk's most successful sports for employment charity and focuses on NEET young people aged 16-24 years, living in some of the UK's most disadvantaged communities.
Student in Hamilton, South Lanarkshire
on 20 January 2020
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I enjoyed my time at street league and I'm now ready to face new challenges and learn new skills. The management were very good and they made sure no one felt left out. I learned how to further my teamwork skills and also how to react in certain situations in the workplace A typical day consisted of doing a quiz to get our minds active, then we would go into the gym and do our team exercises then when we returned to the room we would do our paperwork and learn about the workforce. The hardest part of the job would have been coming up with new ideas and figuring out different ways to solve any problem solving questions. The most enjoyable part of the job would have been achieving my level 3 qualification in Health and Wellbeing.
Sports Coach Apprentice in London Bridge Station, Greater London
on 9 January 2020
Challenging and Rewarding Job
Assist with running and delivering employability workshops. These include sessions on CVs, cover letters and interview skills. This involves communication and teamwork.
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