PROVIDING JOB OPPORTUNITIES FOR ALL
A re-imagined Beehive Centre will significantly increase pathways to work for younger and older people and groups disadvantaged in the local labour market. Today, the Beehive Centre has the potential for 480 entry-level jobs and 370 senior-level jobs. The proposals will create over 5,000 new jobs, with 2,260 entry-level to mid-level jobs – that will require no specialist qualification and would provide on the job training – for people looking to enter the labour market, re-train or develop new skills.
additional operational worker expenditure, helping to support businesses in the local area
additional economic output (GVA) supported by the new workforce each year
in annual business rate payments
THE BEEHIVE CAREERS ACADEMY
Railpen are working with Form the Future to create a careers academy to provide free careers and employability training to Cambridge students at no cost to them or their school.
Railpen are also working with a wide network of community organisations to co-create a pioneering employment and skills programme that will help residents overcome barriers to employment and gain sustainable, well-paid work.
Railpen will use its own investment and work with future employers to: