Supporting social enterprises to access capital and business guidance.
Croydon Council is helping smokers to kick the habit for good with a range of events planned for No Smoking Day on Wednesday, 12th March 2014.
National Apprenticeship Week 2014 will take place from 3 to 7 March. This is the time when employers, councils and colleges, as well as young people, teachers and parents, will be participating in events around the country to celebrate apprenticeship talent, and increase awareness of apprenticeships and the positive impact they have on individuals, businesses and the wider economy.
Talking about adult social care is a free information event for people who use Croydon adult social care services
open session giving anyone interested in housing services the opportunity to ask questions of senior council officers and and the cabinet member for housing.
This drop in session is about the proposals to reconstruct the Crystal Palace, which also includes the restoration of the wider park is taking place.
An overall prize fund totalling £7,000 can be won, for the most imaginative ideas for pop up enterprises from businesses and community groups, helping to make use of empty spaces in Croydon.
You are welcome to come along to our coffee morning for an informal chat with our recruitment social workers and a Croydon foster carer.
The proposal is to establish a new secondary academy on the site of the current Ryelands Primary School and next to the Croydon Sports Arena on Albert Road, South Norwood SE25 4QL.
Helping young people to find work – that is the aim of the third Meet the Employer event which takes place at Fairfield Halls on Tuesday, February 25, 2014.