Events for Boost

For more information or to book onto of these events please contact: 01745 336442 // hello@rcs-wales.co.uk

Why Should YOU Contribute to a Pension

We are marking Pensions Awareness Day (Sep 15th) by organising for a financial advisor to talk to our staff about the forthcoming changes to company pensions, and the benefits of investing in a pension fun

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PQASSO Quality Mark

RCS is proud to have recently achieved the PQASSO Quality Mark at Level 2 following a year-long self-assessment and external verification process. PQASSO is a nationally recognised quality mark that covers the work of charities and other third sector organisations - a...

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Gold Award

We were delighted to receive a revalidation of our Gold Small Workplace Health Award following re-assessment in February 2018. The award is the national quality mark for health and wellbeing, and is a measure of our organisational commitment to wellbeing in the...

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CRONFA SWYDDI’R DYFODOL (2009-11)

Ar anterth yr argyfwng ariannol, sicrhaodd RCS dros £2 filiwn trwy raglen 'Cronfa Swyddi'r Dyfodol' yr Adran Gwaith a Phensiynau, gyda’r nod o fynd i'r afael â diweithdra ieuenctid. Gan weithredu fel asiant rheoli ar gyfer y cynllun ar draws Conwy a Sir Ddinbych, fe...

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CAREERS LADDER (2008-11)

From 2008 to 2011, RCS created a programme of bespoke engagement and learning events designed to reach people who were disengaged from formal learning, funded by Welsh Government. We designed and delivered the programme with key partners who had close links with our...

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ST ASAPH FARM (2009)

In 2009, RCS supported Community Justice Intervention Wales (CJIW) to realise an ambitious project to develop a piece of farmland on the outskirts of Rhyl. The ‘growing project’ provided a range of opportunities in relation to employment related activity and learning,...

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GET SKILLED UP (2009)

Poor reading, writing and numeracy skills are often a barrier to people finding or progressing in work. In 2009-11 RCS worked with Basic Skills Cymru, Llandrillo College Rhyl and Rhyl Football in the Community (RFITC) to create ‘Strikers’, an innovative learning...

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FUTURE JOBS FUND (2009-11)

At the height of the financial crisis, RCS secured over £2 million through the Department for Work and Pensions ‘Future Jobs Fund’ programme, which was aimed at tackling youth unemployment.  Acting as a managing agent for the scheme across Conwy and Denbighshire, we...

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ENTERPRISING SOLUTIONS (2012-2014)

Building on the success of our  test trading scheme which had supported 20 people into business in 2010, we created an intensive programme of support to engage and inspire local people to set up in business. Delivered in partnership with Denbighshire Enterprise Agency...

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