At Gower Gas & Oil HS Ltd we’re all looking forward to working alongside the City and County of Swansea; Beyond Bricks and Mortar Team, Workways+, Swansea Working, C4W and C4W+, Cyfle and the Welsh Government Economic Teams along with all our highly valued Public Services clients throughout Wales such as WAST, Gwynedd County Council, Swansea Bay NHS Trust, Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Services, Dyfed Powys Police and all our highly valued commercial clients in making a real difference with this great opportunity for our communities and our region.
We are incredibly proud to welcome Jodie Passmore to our team at Gower Gas & Oil Heating Services Ltd. Following a hugely successful career in Welsh Ladies Football, which she continues in her spare time, Jodie joins us as Link Worker/Learner as our first recruited post for our exciting new ‘Provide and Thrive’ project. Using her experience as a motivational team player, we hope she will act as mentor, support and guide to the participants in our project, whilst working on developing her new career as a soon to be qualified Gas Service Engineer with our dynamic community-based company.
Our Director, Julie Jones, has secured a staggering £81,478 from the Welsh Government Foundational Economy Challenge Grant Fund for the company’s ‘Provide and Thrive’ project; designed to bridge the gaps between education and employment for all those looking to work in the construction sector. The project was among the first three projects to be awarded Foundational Economy Funding, out of a total of more than 40 equally exciting subsequent awards.
Swansea Working is looking forward to working with Gower Gas & Oil on their new Foundational Economy Grant project. Intensive work experience opportunities within the gas & plumbing sector will help to get more people into the industry and provide meaningful work experience to those who currently face barriers to employment.