Everyone has something to offer. Sometimes you just don’t realise it. Working with the Community Resource Hub, you’ll soon be able to put them into practice locally.
My skills can help me as well as my community
You can map your own Hard Skills once you join the Community. This could be things like evidenced experience with employers or a qualification like, Nursing, Accounting, Bookeeping, Legal. Pick from the list when you join.
Soft Skills can also be mapped. These are skills many people don’t often realise they possess.
If you interact and work with your Local Resource Hub, it won’t be long before your’e learning stuff that will likely improve your chances of employment. Your Hub Managers will be interacting with Local Businesses looking to employ the right people locally. Cutting down transport costs take away a major barrier to work and volunteering.
Because your local Resource Hub works with local businesses, and operates a Volunteer Credit Module, opportunities will arise to help you get back to work. TCB’s (Trusted Community Businesses) will sometimes make available volunteer opportunities. You can learn new skills right where you live and earn benefits you can use for products and services in your community.
Hub Managers can award you different online Badges, which show you are not only Trusted, but skilled and valuable to your community. It’s also very useful endorsement for Employers, for which a referral may come from the Hub Manager.