We are committed to helping local people find opportunities for employment and training. Regent’s Park ward has high levels of economic activity: the newly developed Regent’s Place business park has added around £257 million gross value to the UK economy, alone, since 2010. Despite significant local regeneration, the ward remains in the 10 per cent most deprived areas in England with a high number of youth not in education, employment or training.
We use our local knowledge and connections to give people more work options and control over their direction.
The Job Co-op is a free service and an essential resource to help Camden residents get on training courses and find decent work in the borough. Our careers officers provide high quality support, matching skills and experience to roles, with free interview skills training and help with CVs and applications. We use our local knowledge and connections to give people more work options and control over their direction.
This year we hope to bring more employment opportunities to the area by strengthening our partnerships in the local business community, at the heart of local regeneration.
Searching for work and coming off benefits can throw up many challenges; the process can be especially difficult for unemployed people experiencing social isolation and lacking skills and connections. Our caring support network aims to empower people overcome challenges and push ahead in confidence, with a clear, attainable goal in mind.
Mondays, 10am – 1pm
262-266 Kentish Town Rd, London NW5 2AA
Wednesdays, 10am – 1pm
Camden Town Hall, 5 Pancras Square, Kings Cross, London N1C 4AG
Thursdays, 10am -1pm
Crowndale Centre, 218 Eversholt St, London NW1 1BD
Appointment only. To make an appointment please click the button below or book in person with the receptionist at either the library or the One Stop Shop. The service is for Camden residents who are either unemployed or working less than 16 hours a week.
After much thought and following government advice West Euston Partnership’s (WEP’s) office will be closed until further notice. However, staff will be working from home and we will continue some services online during this time of closure.
We have decided to cancel all face to face sessions, including CV support, careers advice, public computer access and training, all weekly workshops and activities. However, we will endeavour to offer some services online.
We have taken these steps to protect staff, volunteers and our service users. We will keep in touch with everybody via social media, email and notices on our buildings.
We have also contacted our partners so we can work together and continue serving the community.
WEP would like to take this opportunity to thank all our partners, activity leaders, volunteers and service users for their continued support.