The Employment and Careers Support Service provides practical, emotional and personal support to help people achieve both long-term career and short-term employment goals. We understand the barriers someone can face when trying to enter the job market or move into the next stage of their career. Our Information, Advice and Guidance service supports individuals to access appropriate training, career advice and employment opportunities.
Employment and Careers Advisor
Alessio is an Employment and Careers Advisor – offering bespoke one-to-one employment support, including to those with multiple barriers and running group workshops for our beneficiaries. Alessio also offers support at our weekly Jobs Club.
Employment and Welfare Advice Manager
Andrew leads our Employment and Welfare Advice Service, which delivers one-to-one Employment Support to hundreds of Lambeth residents each year to move them into employment. He leads a team of experienced Employment and Welfare Advisors, works closely with Employers to help them fulfil their own requirements and ensures our service is responsive to the needs of our beneficiaries.
Craig is our Welfare Advisor - offering one to one support, guidance and information for individuals in the areas of welfare benefits, housing, tax credits, council tax difficulties including making referrals for further advocacy and support if necessary.
Employment and Careers Advisor
Yvette is an Employment and Careers Advisor – offering bespoke one-to-one employment support, including to those with multiple barriers and running group workshops for our beneficiaries. Yvette also offers support at our weekly Jobs Club.
The Children, Young People and Families services are run by a small team based at Tulse Hill Adventure Playground. We provide open access free play and youth activities five days a week at the playground along with in-school coaching to 10-18 year olds two days a week.
The Community Action Team works to support residents from the Tulse Hill and neighbouring areas to build more active, represented and civically engaged communities. We do this through providing mentoring and practical support for community leaders, and offering training in community organising.
High Trees offer bespoke one to one employment support, with experienced advisors who are experts in helping those with multiple barriers find work. Whether you need regular one on one sessions tailored to your needs, some extra support brushing up on your CV or identifying potential vacancies, High Trees is here to help. All our employment services are free to access.
High Trees run an exciting variety of free courses, including functional skills ICT, English and Maths, ESOL classes, vocational courses, Family Learning, Art and Wellbeing and Community Organising courses. Our offer of accredited and non-accredited courses range from basic skills that can help with employment or build skills for everyday life, to specialised accredited courses that can provide routes into new areas (such as housing, community action or education).
Our Operations team manage the smooth running of all our buildings and facilities, ensuring our venues provide a welcoming environment for all who use them. The Operations team does a lot of the important work behind the scenes that allows our teams to function and to deliver high quality services to the communities with which we work.
Our Partnerships team work hand in hand with our partner organisations to help facilitate collaborative working, referral routes, joint training and the joint communications. It also works to ensure the monitoring and evaluation of the partnerships is carried out effectively.