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Sadeh Lok

Housing group launch free city club to help job seekers

Incommunities is launching its first city centre job club to help tenants and residents into work and training.

They have teamed up with community cycle project, The Bikery, to run a free weekly drop-in service at their new base in Hall Ings, Bradford

 

The job club will open for business on 24th October and then every Tuesday, 1.30 pm until 3.30pm.

An Incommunities’ team will be on hand to help people with their job hunting including offering one-to-one support to give them the skills and confidence to find work.

Anyone going to the Job Club will be able to get advice and support on:

•             sourcing job search internet sites

•             preparing CVs

•             completing job applications

•             confidence building

•             learning basic computer skills

•             accessing free training courses

•             using the Government’s Universal Jobmatch service

 

Incommunities run a number of weekly job clubs from its community centre network around the district.

Geraldine Howley, Incommunities Group Chief Executive, said: “We are delighted to be teaming up with the Bikery project to launch this city centre hub where, each week, staff will be on hand to offer people practical support to make that right move into work.

"This free service is open to any customer who might be looking for that bit of guidance and confidence to find their first job or get back into work after a break from the employment market.

"Our door will be open to just pop in or stay for a while to access the support available."

To find out more ring Pam Chahal on 07983 917362 or Tracy Tough on 07837 999207.

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