The initiative will now be offered to potential students from Parkhead, Tollcross, Camlachie and Lilybank.
Learning Works is an award-winning scheme spearheaded by Thenue Housing, with major funding from regeneration bosses at Clyde Gateway and the Scottish Government. Training courses are organised by John Wheatley College.
There have been four student intakes since the project was launched two years ago with the aim of preparing the jobless with the skills needed for work.
More than 30 have completed the 10-week courses and more than a third have since found employment.
Others were offered college places or volunteering and training for work opportunities. Another eight have gone on to community based learning schemes.
The oldest student so far was aged 59.
Lawrence McCabe, Thenue's community regeneration manager, said: "Learning Works will extend further into the East End, allowing us to help more people in other communities.
"Equipping the unemployed with skills that will help improve their chances of finding work is the aim and we look forward to continuing this."
Potential students will be given help with travel costs and their benefits will not be affected should they sign up for the course.
The new session will be delivered by college lecturers at the Helenvale Learning Centre, as well as Parkhead Nazarene Church.
Each student also receives one-to-one support from an employability support worker to help them plan the steps needed to change their life.
A recognised certificate from the Scottish Qualifications Authority is issued to all those who complete the course.
Applicants must be unemployed and aged 16 or over.
They must live in Parkhead, Tollcross, Lilybank or any other area served by the Clyde Gateway Urban Regeneration Company.
Further details are available from Tracy Lennon at Thenue Housing on 0141 550 9556 or 07786 988963.
An hour-long "open afternoon" will be held on Friday at Parkhead Nazarene Church in Burgher Street, from 2pm.