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Have your say on youth employment

On Friday 8 March we are holding an event to hear from young people in our communities about their views on what employment support should look like for them. Our aim is to engage with local young ...

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You're hired! Tenth apprentice signs up

  Our commitment to employability has continued to grow as our tenth apprentice signs up. Josh Aisthorpe, 20, has joined the team as an apprentice in our Prime team, working in conjunc...

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Electrical testing visits

From Tuesday 26 February our electrical contractors, Richmond, will be contacting people to arrange their five yearly electrical test. These are often reffered to at Electrical Installation Co...

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Contact centre and reception opening times (Wednesday 27 February)

There are some changes to our opening times on Wednesday 27 February. Our customer contact centre and the reception will be closed from 12pm and will reopen again on Thursday 28 February ...

Acis re-commits to Volunteers’ Week

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Volunteers Week 2018 (1-7 June) is here and we are recommitting our pledge to volunteering for the coming year.

 

Last year, we smashed our target of giving a collective 1,000 hours of time to our communities. 

 

And now we are recommitting our pledge to go beyond our basic landlord responsibilities and continue to make a difference to our customers’ lives.

 

In the last year, Acis and the wider community came together to get involved in various projects such as ‘Firecracker’, ‘Love Your Street’, coffee mornings and so much more.

 

Jill Dickson, our Volunteer and Employability Coordinator, said: “We are delighted to have achieved our goal of 1,000 hours last year and we are looking forward to doing the same again.

 

“Our aim remains to celebrate the individualism, skills and diversity of our workforce by empowering our people to make a difference outside of their normal work duties to directly benefit our customers and the communities in which we serve.”

 

Our commitment to the scheme begins on Wednesday 5 June with a Volunteers Fair at the Gainsborough Uphill Community Centre and will be followed by many more events and opportunities.

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