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National Careers Service Workshops

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National Careers Service Workshops

These free online workshops aim to give people the tools, techniques, and motivation to take positive steps towards progressing in work or securing a new job.

Each week there will be a new topic to help develop employability skills:

  • 17-21 Jan: Reviewing skills and interests
  • 24-28 Jan: Exploring careers and your local jobs market
  • 31 Jan – 4 Feb: Identifying learning
  • 7-11 Feb: Writing your CV
  • 14-18 Feb: Making a good impression in the interview

Each workshop will be hosted online by a professional National Careers Service careers adviser, with expert local knowledge. They will be on hand to provide further free and personalised careers advice if needed.

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