Amina Muslim Women's Resource Centre - Employability Service

Delivered by Amina Muslim Women's Resource Centre
Note: this service is only for ethnic minorities , unemployed people and women
  • Employment advice
  • Employability skills
  • English for speakers of other languages

The project aim is to empower and support women to access, gain, and sustain paid employment, volunteering, training, and learning opportunities.  We do this in a couple of different ways:

Employability One-to-One Support and Group Workshops

This programme provides women with tailored one-to-one support from an Employability Project Officer.  This could involve help identifying and applying for job opportunities, practicing interview techniques, updating a CV, finding college courses, or general advice about starting or returning to work.  
There is also group workshops for women interested in topics like understanding the Scottish job market, preparing a CV, and what to expect from the workplace

Volunteer Development

 Supports Muslim and BME women in Glasgow to find out about and access volunteering through one to one appointments and group workshops.

ESOL (English as a Second or Other Language) Classes

We run two ESOL classes:

  • a beginners class at 10:30 AM every Thursday
  • an intermediate/advanced class at 12:30 PM every Thursday

Both classes are run over Zoom and are completely free.

Please email info@mwrc.org.uk for more information, register for workshops, and request a one-to-one appointment.

Service availability

Monday
9.30am to 5pm
Tuesday
9.30am to 5pm
Wednesday
9.30am to 5pm
Thursday
9.30am to 5pm
Friday
9.30am to 5pm

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