Oldham Lifelong Learning and Get Oldham Working praised for quality services
Oldham Council’s Lifelong Learning and Get Oldham Working services are offering high quality advice, information and services according to inspectors.
Atom Valley plan for thousands of jobs to take a major step forward
A once in a lifetime opportunity to transform the economy and create jobs in the north east of Greater Manchester is about to take a major step forward.
Working Wardrobe support for jobseekers opens its doors
Working Wardrobe, a new one-stop-shop that helps to get unemployed people into work, officially opened its doors yesterday (Monday 21 March).
Get Oldham Working launching Working Wardrobe to help residents get interview ready
A brand new scheme to help Oldhamers get interview ready is launching in Oldham.
New Costa Coffee Drive-Thru store serving up fresh coffee and jobs at Hollinwood Junction
Costa Coffee has opened its doors to a new Drive-Thru store at Hollinwood Junction, creating 13 new jobs for people from the local community.
Students encouraged to take next steps to success
Oldham Council is encouraging students who are receiving their A-Level and GCSE results to take their Next Steps, whatever the results may be.
Delivering social value: construction job helps Ryan build a better future
Coming into work each day surrounded by teammates and the chance to learn new skills, Ryan Rusholme is a world away from where he was just a few months ago.
Young unemployed people given a jobs boost by Oldham Council
OLDHAM Council has agreed to support a key national scheme that will aim to get more than 1,500 young people aged 16-24 into work in Oldham over the next 12 months.
Residents secure key worker roles thanks to Get Oldham Working
Get Oldham Working is helping residents across the borough find new jobs – including important key worker roles needed during the coronavirus pandemic.
£306 million investment strategy set to be approved by Oldham Council
An ambitious plan to transform Oldham, including creating more than 2,000 new homes in the town centre, 1,000 new jobs and 100 apprenticeship opportunities, is set to be approved by Oldham Council.