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Help for unemployed at work clubs running in Gedling borough

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Out-of-work people in Gedling borough can now benefit from an employment initiative running in the area.

A number of work clubs have been set up and currently operate in Arnold, Netherfield and Gedling.

The sessions are run by Gedling Homes, but are open to everyone in the area – not just tenants.

Those attending one of the clubs can get advice on writing CVs, learn and practice interview techniques and skills and learn how to job search using the UK’s most powerful online jobseeker toolkit, known as MyWorkSearch.

The clubs take place at the following locations:

St George’s Centre, Netherfield on Monday afternoons between 2-4pm in the IT room upstairs.

The Ark Advice Centre and Community Cafe, Wollaton Avenue, Gedling, on Tuesdays between 1-3pm

Beacon Baptist Church, Killisick, Arnold, between 2-4pm each Thursday.

For more information contact the Gedling Homes Community Development on 0115 9051515 or email [email protected]

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Michael Lowe Aug 9, 2017 - 1:23 pm

Just reading for info, must help people . Excellent


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