WorkabilityMK

Milton Keynes College runs the WorkabilityMK programme, which is aimed at those aged 18 or over, who have started claiming either Job Seeker’s Allowance/ESA WRAG or been made redundant in the last six months.

CONNECT

Would you like the opportunity to access short courses specifically designed around your needs, without losing benefits?

In partnership with Jobcentre Plus, Milton Keynes College has identified key sectors with skills gaps so that we can offer you the chance to prepare for real employment opportunities within Milton Keynes.

WorkabilityMK at Milton Keynes College

PREPARE

On completion of our one-day induction session at Milton Keynes College (9.30am to 3.30pm), you can progress to our workshops and courses which will help you to develop the skills you will need to progress and get you back to work.

SUPPORT

While at the Milton Keynes College, you will receive: at the college, you will receive:

  • student membership, including access to our benefits/resources
  • individual training packages, such as CV workshops, self confidence sessions and basic skills help, including a beginner's guide to using computers
  • Job Clubs providing support with cover letters, interview preparation, job applications, online services and much more.

TRAIN

Areas of study with nationally recognised qualifications include:

  • Customer Services
  • Adult Social Care
  • ITQ
  • CSCS
  • Logistics.

WORK

Milton Keynes College’s  aim is to equip you with the necessary skills you need to get a job, which is why it will be adaptable to your individual training needs.

WHAT NEXT?

If you are interested in this programme, contact your Personal Advisor at the Job Centre so they can confirm your eligibility and enrol you on one of our induction programmes.

For more information please contact the WorkabilityMK team:

WorkabiltyMK
Milton Keynes College
Chaffron Way Campus
Woughton Campus West
Leadenhall
Milton Keynes
MK6 5LP

Telephone01908 684547/8

Email: workabilitymk@mkcollege.ac.uk

In 2012-13 Milton Keynes College had a great opportunity to deliver a grass roots outreach and enterprise project funded by NIACE (National Institute of Continuing Education) Transforming Comunities - People in Action - Project in a Box. The work has included the setting up and running of a community cafe, and the running of the theatre company, SMILE. We are delighted with the hard work and commitment shown to these projects and look forward to seeing their continued success.