LymeNet has been running since 1990 and provides 4 areas of service:

1. Careers and employment advice and support

2. Training (accredited and non-accredited) in basic skills of English, Maths and IT, and specific basic IT related skills for business, or skills to start up a business

3. Public internet café, with assistance 

4. Businesses Services (printing, scanning, copying, ‘book-a-desk’, typing services, etc)  

Our ethos is about providing personalised training and small groups (including one to one) through flexible courses.  In this way we can cater for everyone including those who would find difficulty with main stream education providers.

The #Focus5 project provides in-depth support to young people aged 15-18 across the Heart of the South West Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) area to move towards education, employment and training. The project will work with 490 young people and support them to develop their employability skills focusing on the five areas of: communication; customer service; organisation; problem solving; team work. Young people will work with a Key Worker to develop their own plan and can also access support from our Specialist Partners on the project.  Lyme Regis Development Trustis a specialist partner.  The #Focus5 project is funded by the European Social Fund and the National Lottery, through the Big Lottery Fund.



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Volunteering website