Our Partners

Please see the companies below - our valued and trusted partners helping to transform the lives of young people in Norwich.

Kristen O'Connell,  Apprenticeship Advisor - East of England

By pledging the councils support to theNorwichfor Jobs campaign we can continue to showcase the work that we do withNorfolk’s young people. Our training centre BCTS delivers Apprenticeships and Advanced Apprenticeships in the workplace.

Rachel Watson, Education Manager

Here at Inspire Norfolk we help small businesses to recruit apprentices. We offer support during the recruitment process and we will be with you every step of the way, right through to the end of the apprenticeship. We will:

Russell Evans, Owner

Just Jobs Norfolk launched in 2006 as the first and only recruitment website dedicated to meeting the needs of Norfolk employers and jobseekers.

We work with everyone, from small independent businesses to large companies with ongoing recruitment needs.

Gary Williams, Founder and CEO

MINT is an entry level employment agency. It focuses on getting young people, aged between 16 & 25 years old, who have a barrier to work, into sustainable paid employment.

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Norfolk Knowledge, led by Norwich Business School (UEA) and supported by Norfolk County Council allows those retired or otherwise heavily experienced in running businesses, departments or voluntary organisations to share their knowledge with small business.

James Mason, Commercial Director

Norwich University of the Arts

Supports the Norwich Jobs campaign and provides opportunities for young people who are creative and industrious to gain valuable work experience at the early stages in their careers.

Philip Search, Owner

Lorna Couper, Trusts & Foundations Manager

St Edmunds Society is a City & Guilds accredited training provider working with young people aged 14 and above to gain skills that will help them to become employable in today’s job market.

The Prince's Trust, a youth charity that helps change young lives, is working with Norwich for Jobs The Trust gives practical and financial support, developing key workplace skills such as confidence and motivation. They work with 13 to 30-year-olds who have struggled at school, have been in care

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 Free, impartial, one-to-one support for any young people aged 18-24 that have been out of work for 12 months or more.

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