From: Eliza Woodward-King <ElizaWoodward-King@adviza.org.uk>
Sent via Ways2Work
I am pleased to tell you all that the National Careers Service will be hosting a number of employability themed Webinars throughout December, The flyer is attached.
To register to attend please use this link or call 0800 100 900 and register your details.
Webinars are free for any adult to attend, please can you promote with your customers and colleagues.
- Writing a winning application and effective job searching
Wednesday 1st December – 10am
- Parents into Work
Monday 6th December – 10am
- What is "Kickstart" and how can I be part of it? (Government scheme for the 16-24 age group)
Monday 6th December – 2pm
- Perfecting your interview skills
Wednesday 8th December – 10am
- Finding relevant courses and training for employment
Monday 13th December – 10am
- Driving licences and how to work in the transport sector (inc. HGV)
Monday 13th December – 2pm
- 50+ Workforce: finding new employment opportunities
Wednesday 15th December – 10am
- How to develop a winning CV and cover letter
Monday 20th December – 10am
Adviza Adviza is a charity helping people to achieve their full potential and succeed in learning and work. Much of our work is undertaken in Southern England and we are commissioned by the Education and Skills Funding Agency to deliver the National Careers Service across the South West and Oxfordshire.
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