From Banks Park
From the Catholic Church
By Haddenham Webteam - 31st December 2013 9:45am
Are you looking for employment or training for work opportunities? Or new skills for the future? Then you could well be interested in the 'Pop Up Job Club'.
Pop Up Job Clubs are happening at various locations in Buckinghamshire over the coming weeks, which will be providing opportunities to:
Sign up for training courses
Get help with interview skills
Receive assistance with CV preparation and the completion of application forms
Have access to job search, advice and guidance
Take advantage of free coaching sessions
Hear about local volunteering opportunities, to build experience and grow your CV
Receive financial advice and information about Benefits
The Job Clubs are free to anyone over 16 year of age. If there is sufficient attendance at any of the venues listed below, it is likely that a permanent Job Club will be established at those locations.
Here's a schedule for the coming weeks. All sessions will run from 2pm — 4pm:
|Buckingham Park Community Centre||22nd January|
|Wendover Community Library||29th January|
|Wing Children's Centre||5th February|
|Ivinghoe Children's Centre||13th February|
|Waddesdon Children's Centre||25h February|
|Haddenham Village Hall||4th March|
|Winslow Centre||12th March|
For more information, please telephone: 0845 688 4944
or email Bucks Family Information at: email@example.com
And don't forget the local Jobs Ads — see here for current vacancies in, and very close to, Haddenham
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