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- Address: Old Oak house, 43-45 Erconwald Street, London, W12 0BP or Gatehouse Office (Peabody Estate), St Johns Hill, London, SW11 1TY
- Eligibility: Over 16, unemployed and looking for work; working part time and receiving employment benefit; has the right to work in the UK.
- Telephone: 020 7089 1342, ask for Michelle Halley
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External employment services in Westminster
These services each specialise in a particular area of employment support and have their own referral systems. There are also organisations which offer access to volunteering listed at the bottom of the page.
For full information about eligibility and referrals, see the links below.
Peabody Employment and Training
Peabody support customers on an ESF-funded programme called ‘Love London Working’, and can help with CV-writing, job searches and applications, interview skills, training and anything else needed on their journey to employment.
Women off to Work (WoW) Project at the Abbey Centre
The WoW Project provides women with one-to-one support and guidance with job search, CVs and applications, as well as offering micro-business and self-employment advice. The Project also provides ESOL and vocational training, confidence building and volunteer placements to improve employability.