Local people can career towards a new job by taking part in a new initiative being launched in Wisbech.
The Job Club started on Monday (February 3) - from 12.30pm to 2.30pm at Wisbech Jobcentre.
It aims to help people by giving them the key skills needed to find work. Support includes:
* help to create or update CVs
* support to complete application forms and interview techniques
* internet access for live job searches
* coaching and advice throughout their job hunt
Staff from Jobcentre and Cambridgeshire County Council’s Adult Learning team will be on hand to provide support. People attending the sessions can also sign up to a free computer course.
To book a session please speak to your Personal Adviser at Wisbech Jobcentre.
Nyree Scott, Project Manager for Cambridgeshire County Council, said: “This course will provide people with the right skills to help their search for a job. Experienced staff will be on hand who know how difficult it can be to find work and can provide friendly guidance, advice and training to help you be successful in your job hunt.”
County Councillor David Harty, Cambridgeshire County Council’s Cabinet Member for Education and Learning, said: “Job clubs provide important support for people in their jobs such, building confidence and developing the right skills to make job hunting successful.”
Sally Ballard, Job Centre Manager, said: “We’re really pleased to have teamed up with Cambridgeshire County Council on the job club at Wisbech Job Centre Plus. By working together we can bring our skills to bare to really help jobseekers to be successful in their search for work.”