Pathways for Recovery and Building Better Opportunities

Here in PBIC we are aware of the difficulties and issues people have faced (and continue to face) because of the Covid-19 pandemic, the economic downturn and lately the cost of living crisis.  We see people every day who are experiencing social isolation and loneliness; people who are concerned about their jobs or who are out of work, who do not feel able to get the job they want because of their level of English and IT skills

Our aim is support people with these issues and problems they are facing and with help from the European Social Fund (ESF) and the National Lottery Community Fund, we can do even more than we have been able to previously.

PBIC’s Pathways for Recovery and Building Better Opportunities Projects aim to help you by providing free Information, Advice & Guidance especially for people who are out-of-work or lost their job; help preparing your CV, job-search skills, interview skills; Support with your  mental health & well-being, social isolation and loneliness with someone to listen to you.

We can offer you ESOL classes to help improve your English Skills and help to gain employment or find the right training course to improve your skills and help you progress in your Career.

The Pathways for Recovery and Building Better Opportunities Projects are free of charge. 

To enroll, you must meet the following eligibilty criteria: 

  • Be unemployed or economically inactive.
  • Have the right to live and work in the UK.
  • Pathways for Recovery: 19+ years old.
  • Building Better Opportunities: 16+ years old.

Whatever your support needs are come and talk to us.

National Careers Service

Our expert advisors are on hand to help you with your career development plans. We offer free, bespoke careers advice as part of the National Careers Service. In addition to the support offered under the National Careers Service, we can help you with developing your career under the Pathways for Recovery and Building Better Opportunities projects. 

We can support you in the following areas:

Watch how our career advice helped Sebastian:

Introduction to National Careers Service: