Childcare Plus Project Registration and Assessment Day – 17th Nov 2017

Are you unemployed and looking to get back into work? Or maybe you are considering becoming a TA?

Come along to our next registration and assessment date to sign up to the Childcare Plus (CC+) Project on Friday 17th November at the Limehouse Project (LHP) office. We will assess your English and Maths level and undertake a Childcare test. Please ensure you arrive at 11am and ask for Juliana.

For more information and to book a place email Marwa:

CC+ Project Assessment day details - 17 Nov 2017

About CC+ Project:

The Childcare Plus (CC+) Project supports unemployed women 16+ through an integrated programme of personal development, employability and vocational training to improve their life chances. The CC+ Project includes:
• A 12 week Capacity Building course (2 hours a week)
• A CACHE Level 2 Supporting teaching and learning (6 months)
• 1:1 career information, advice and guidance include help with CV

Courses will take place with in LHP office (E14) or account3 office in Bethnal Green (E2), starting in January 2018.

​CC+ ​Project is a partnership between LHP, ​account3, and the Somali Integration Team (SIT)​.​


“Believe it or not, every day was memorable as we left the class learning something new and with a smile on our face.”

“The days I meet this group makes me happy and positive. Believe in myself.”

​”​This class is one of the first that I have attended after many years since I first left school. I am very thankful and grateful for being accepted in the class. You have made me very comfortable although I was very sceptic at first.”

“I really appreciate how you are always encourage me to continue and complete my course. I am very happy to continue my course and I learnt a lot from you. Thank you very much for all your help​.”

“When I first started on the Childcare Plus course, I originally wanted to be a nurse and work with children in a health care setting. I didn’t think I could work with children in a learning and education/ teaching setting. But now I believe I’d be a great teacher and childcare worker.​”

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