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Help at hand from library Job Club
Updated 9:07am Monday 23rd June 2014 in News
Help for jobseekers at Droitwich Library (from left): Thomas Riley, Christine Brooks, SallyAnne Reynolds, Stephen Maturi, Michael Delicate, and Pete Reilly. Buy photo: BCR251402_01 at droitwichadvertiser.co.uk/pictures or call 01384 358200.
PEOPLE looking for help getting back into the world of work can take advantage of a new Job Club being run at Droitwich Library.
The club is running on Fridays from 9:30am to 12:30pm and offers assistance for people writing and emailing CV's and applications to employers, as well as giving practical job advice and tips on interview technique, and helping out with information on further learning and training, and matching people up with suitable jobs.
The club tries to be friendly, empathetic, and positive toward jobseekers and create a relaxed atmosphere with free use of the library’s computers, and Job Club laptops on offer as well as specialist one to one advice.
The club, which is run through Worcestershire County Council under its Matrix Accreditation, coincides with the Friday market in Droitwich town centre so people can pop into town and do their shopping while picking up advice and information.
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