Emplyment and Support

Employment Skill Hub Outreach (ESHO)

An excellent employment and training support programme. Three support workers with years of experience covering key areas for your needs. You will be pleased with the help we offer in Job Support Home.

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Recognise your needs

Action and development plans set around your goals.

Training an development to raise esteem and confidence.


CV Writing, applications and job search.

A continuous programme of support to cater for your needs.

Socialise & Networking

Face to face support with internet access and advice.

A network of local organisations gathering information.

Our Future?

GL Communities is the district partner of the Employment and Skill Hub Outreach project, which aims to bridge the gap between the GEM Project and access to further funding from the UK Shared Prosperity Fund (UKSPF).

The new ESHO team are proud to anounce that they are now funded by the UK Government through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund (UKSPF).

The UK Shared Prosperity Fund is a central pillar of the UK government’s Levelling Up agenda and provides £2.6 billion of funding for local investment by March 2025. The Fund aims to improve pride in place and increase life chances across the UK investing in communities and place, supporting local business, and people and skills.

For more information, visit UK Shared Prosperity Fund: prospectus – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

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The Challenge

ESHO will provide intensive 1:1 support to individuals who are economically inactive and help them return to volunteering, education, training, or employment.

We also cover BAME within Gloucestershire, (Black, Asian, and other Minority Ethnic) and specialise the needs and priorities from all backgrounds to help apply for their jobs. We work with organisations across Gloucestershire which promote values of inclusivity and diversity in the workplaces.

The Criteria

ESHO: “Economic inactivity means that people (aged 16-64) are not involved in the labour market – they are neither working or actively seeking employment. Economic inactivity includes the long-term sick claiming benefits, students, early retirees, and individuals who do not claim any state benefit”.

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Our Services

Supporting you in your journey to employment.

Job Search

Job Search

Face to face support with internet access and advice.

Confidence Building

Confidence Building

Training an development to raise esteem and confidence.

Ongoing Support

Ongoing Weekly Support

A continuous programme of Job Support to cater for your needs.


Employment Success

Into jobs that participants wanted.


Training & Education

Into further training or education that suited them.



Into roles that improved participants CV.

Frequently Asked Questions

What services do you offer and is it free?

Yes. We provide comprehensive support for individuals, including CV assistance, personalized 1-on-1 guidance, and specialized help for economically inactive individuals and veterans.

What does 1-on-1 support entail?

Our personalized support includes career counseling, interview preparation, and job search strategies. We work closely with you to address specific challenges and guide you toward success.

How can I further my skills and education through referrals?

We collaborate with educational institutions, training centers, and industry experts. By referring you to relevant programs, workshops, and courses, we empower you to continually develop your skills and knowledge.

How can you help improve my CV?

Our team of experts offers tailored advice to enhance your CV, ensuring it stands out to potential employers. We focus on highlighting your skills, achievements, and relevant experience.

What support is available for veterans?

As a veteran-focused organization, we offer specialized services. These include translating military experience into civilian terms, connecting veterans with employers, and facilitating educational opportunities.

How do you assist economically inactive individuals?

We recognize the potential in economically inactive individuals. Our programs help them re-enter the workforce by offering skill-building workshops, confidence-building sessions, and job placement assistance.

Contact us

Have a question? We may have an answer.

Meet the Team

Meet our team of dedicated professionals.

Amanda Bartlett

Employment Support Co-Ordinator

Gorana Armin

Experienced in the private sector.

Scion Perry

Experienced in health and care sector.

Paul Stepney

Experienced in the community sector.