North Lincolnshire Council

Action Station

The Action Station, now housed in Scunthorpe Central, is a one stop shop for skills and employment.

If you’re over 16 in need of support to improve your prospects of finding work, currently unemployed or looking to progress your career we can help you track down the right options for you.

Services available

Service offering support, skills and guidance for finding employment.
Tuesdays  1pm to 3 pm, first floor, Scunthorpe Central.

First Saturday of each month, 10am to 12pm. Appointment only. Please email or call to book.

First Saturday of each month, 10am to 12pm. Appointment only. Please email or call to book.

This programme is aimed at the over 40s who cannot get into work for any reason, for example ill health, lack of confidence, lack of skills or training, transport, debts or housing. This is one-to-one support for individuals, even if they are doing other training.

Recruitment sessions for anyone interested in traineeships and apprenticeships. Contact us for more information.

Springboard is a personalised programme to get you where you want to be. Work towards your own goals, make new friends and develop the skills that will get you into your next job, apprenticeship or training.

This programme is completely free and is open to anyone who is between 16 and 24 and is claiming benefits, or are not in work.

Humber Learning Consortium is the lead partner for the Springboard Hull and Humber partnership project. This activity is part financed by the European Union through the European Social Fund (ESF) and is supported by the Youth Employment Initiative (YEI) to extend employment opportunities and develop a skilled workforce.

Exploring Opportunities is an employment and social inclusion programme aimed at improving the lives of unemployed and economically inactive people aged 25 and above, across North Lincolnshire, by increasing employability skills, self-confidence, local knowledge, community engagement, and personal resilience.

In addition to employability support, the programme provides one-to-one key workers, information and guidance, and high levels of support to address very specific barriers, for example, poor mental health, entrenched financial problems, and low functional skills.

Building Better Opportunities (BBO) programme is part funded by Big Lottery Fund and the European Social Fund.