For Partners

The West London Employment and Skills Hub is designed to support front-line advisors working with residents across West London support them into high-quality skills and/or employment support provision. The provider directory brings together the training on offer across the sub-region, and the opportunity for advisors to refer their clients directly into eligible provision. All organisations who provide skills and employment support services in West London are welcome to join the platform. It is run by the West London Alliance – please contact them for further information: or visit their website to find out more.

Support for your direct applicants:
The Prince’s Trust provide support to 16-30-year-olds to start their H&SC careers. This includes those that are already applying through your recruitment process, but who haven’t yet been given a conditional offer. Our support is in place for:

- 16 to 30 years old

- applying for any H&SC job but must be a permanent, bank or apprenticeship role to qualify

We offer applicants:
up to £500 (T&C’s apply) to help with new to work costs e.g. uniform, work shoes, fuel/travel to work, childcare, ID docs for their onboarding checks etc.
- MYNDUP mental health and wellbeing support through FREE 1:1 counselling and group workshops
mentoring support on a 1:1 basis for up to 6 months to help an applicant with their personal and career development

You could promote this on:

  • Your job website and on job adverts,
  • In your invitation to interview / in your decline comms during shortlisting,
  • In your post interview comms for unsuccessful applicants,
  • As part of your assessment days / careers events / inductions (prior to their conditional job offer)
  • Encourage applicants to enquire via Jobs & Courses in Health & Social Care | The Prince’s Trust (, using the attached marketing materials  

(The Princes Trust Applicant Comms Template, Application Support, Interview Support, Support for unsuccessful applicants, The Prince’s Trust Support).


This toolkit contains advice, tools and resources to support health and social care organisations to recruit people who have experienced homelessness into the workforce, to support them to stay in their roles and become an asset to the organisation. 

It has been developed with people who have experienced homelessness, and NHS trusts that have employed people who have experienced homelessness. With a focus on supporting individuals with lived experience of homelessness to enter and thrive in their roles, this resource can be used by any organisation looking to create a more diverse and inclusive workforce. From recruitment tips and strategy to retention practices, you'll find what you need to start to incorporate this important aspect of inclusion into your employment practices. Click here to find out more.

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