Join our team in Wiltshire

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Working on the Building Bridges programme you will be part of a team of wounded, injured or sick military veterans who are inspiring people to make positive change in their lives. You will assist the Lead Instructor to deliver courses across Swindon and Wiltshire. Delivering confidence and motivation training you will assist participants in their… Read more »

Help Us to Build Better Opportunities!

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We are recruiting a new post of “Change Coach Manager” for our delivery team.  Funded by the Big Lottery and European Social Fund, you will be working on the “Positive People” Building Better Opportunities project, helping people who are unemployed and economically inactive to overcome their barriers to participation in training, education and work. You… Read more »

Joining Forces in Helston!

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Over three weeks the Active Plus Communities group in Helston has been working on an artwork for Helston Museum’s ‘Joining Forces’ exhibition, funded by the Armed Forces Covenant. Under the direction of a professional artist, Tony, the group is creating a silkscreen banner portraying local Helston customs and links with RNAS Culdrose. The photographs show… Read more »

Are you our future Operations Manager?

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We are looking for a full-time Operations Manager to work in our busy Head Office at the Health and Wellbeing Innovation Centre in Truro. Working as a member of our Senior Management Team, you will have responsibility for coordinating Active Plus delivery across the South West, managing people and allocating resources to ensure the successful delivery… Read more »

Military Veteran? Join Our Winning Team!

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Have you ever served in the armed forces and are looking to help yourself through helping others? Our workforce of ex-forces personnel, many of whom are wounded injured or sick, usually join us as volunteers and progress into full or part time paid work within the company. We’ve helped over 150 military veterans since we started… Read more »

Ash Inspires Learners in Swindon

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Active Plus lead instructor Ash Gordon was the keynote speaker at the Swindon Adult Community Learning Awards held today at STEAM, the Museum of the Great Western Railway. Ash shared a personal insight into his own learning journey, explaining how “Learning has saved my life.  Over the past 4 years I have learnt that when… Read more »

Armed Forces Covenant Bronze Award for Active Plus

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We are really delighted to be able to say that we have just been awarded the Armed Forces Covenant Bronze Award!     The Defence Employer Recognition Scheme (ERS) encourages employers to support defence and inspire others to do the same. The scheme encompasses bronze, silver and gold awards for employer organisations that pledge, demonstrate… Read more »

Improving Mental Health and Wellbeing in Wiltshire

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We are really delighted that our team in Dorset, Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire has been recognised for the great work they do to build motivation, confidence and self-belief with people who experience poor mental health and wellbeing. Area Manager Brian Tregunna proudly collected the “Improving Mental Health and Wellbeing” Award at the Wiltshire Public Health… Read more »

Who Dares Works!

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Hot on the heels of being named FSB Worldpay UK Ethical Business of the Year 2016 and Best Third Sector Business in the Cornwall Business Awards, Active Plus have been successful in reaching stage two of the Big Lottery “Building Better Opportunities” programme, jointly funded by the National Lottery and the European Social Fund. Active… Read more »