Enterprise, creativity and learning

Young boy learning creative skills from an adult man using a laptop

We believe in people’s ability to lead their own change, and shape the world for the better. 

Learning can happen everywhere and should be available to everyone. As well as our youth mentoring and tutoring sessions, we help people get ready for employment and support those who want to take their business to the next level. 

We provide small enterprises with the space and support they need to thrive. Oxo Tower Wharf and Gabriel's Wharf are home to independent designer-makers, restaurants and shops, with around 1,000 people employed in these businesses on our site.

From our over 50s art group to arts and crafts in stay 'n' play sessions to the wonderful art that comes out of our youth clubs, we give people of all ages and backgrounds the chance to get creative. 

Employment opportunities

Rambert

Rambert are recruiting for a team of new freelancers to deliver classes. Click here for further details.

Here for Work

The Here for Work employment programme provides practical advice, connects you with job opportunities and provides mentors that will stick with you, be your side, helping you to thrive on the journey ahead. The programme is FREE and open to anyone aged 16+ who needs support. Contact St John's Waterloo for more information.

Flickr Learning courses

We have spaces available on our Flickr learning courses on a range of subjects from Food and Hygiene to Safeguarding. The courses are great opportunities to learn and get a taster of fields you may be considering in exploring, or supplement to your own career. Contact Laura for more information.

Black on Track 

This new empowerment programme will encourage 35-65-year-old Black people to use community action as a first step to becoming active citizens in order to re-engage with the economy. Find out more about Black on Track here.