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Jobs in a Box: Dressing up with a difference

Jobs in a Box

Lea Hampton - Samee Charity Trustee - Launches new & innovative careers based project

An exciting new project called Jobs in a Box will soon teach pupils at Burton CofE Primary in Christchurch, St Joseph’s Primary in Christchurch and Amesbury CofE Primary near Salisbury about the diverse range of jobs available in the housing sector.

The box, which will be full of costumes & props with role play games, is targeted at years 2 to 6.

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Significant increase of the number of 16-18 year-olds not in work or school

Significant increase of the number of 16-18 year-olds not in work or school

Significant increase in number of 16-18 year-olds not in work or school

While youth unemployment figures have fallen slightly overall, those under the age of 25 are still three times less likely to be in a job or education . . .

The number of 16-18 year-olds not in education, employment or training (Neet) has risen significantly in the past year, latest government statistics show.

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R.N.I.B

R.N.I.B

 

Very exciting News
We have been in talks with the RNIB (Royal National Institute for the Blind) to provide training, which is great news as this is something that is one thing The Samee Project is passionate about & that is inclusion for all . . .

RNIB & The Samee Project - Providing learning resources
Bournemouth Blind Society

UnLtd – Award Winner

UnLtd – Award Winner

UnLtd Award Winner - I'm an UnLtd Social Entrepreneur
UnLtd are mentors for Social Entrepreneurs - Helping Samee to grow in order for us to pass on their skills & knowledge we've gained from them to others, so that they in turn can start-up their own small business idea, knowing that there is is wealth of knowledge & support behind them . . .

UK Register of Learning Providers

Also . . .
Here at The Samee Project we are very proud to say we are registered with the UK Register of Learning Providers

UKPRN - 10061120

F.I.O.E.E

F.I.O.E.E


Individuals can apply for Fellow Membership of the IOEE if they have attained the requisite level of experience either as an Enterprise Owner, Entrepreneur or Business Support professional.

Fellows are those entrepreneurs who are well respected in the community and have shown their commitment to enterprise learning and supporting others in the enterprise community.

To be considered for Fellow Membership of the IOEE you should be able to fulfil ALL of the criteria below:

- Have run a business, been self employed or supported businesses for 5 years or more

- Hold an enterprise qualification at QCF Level 5, or equivalent, or above in enterprise or enterprise support

SFEDI is the Government recognised UK Standards Setting Body for Business Support and Business Enterprise