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Tuesday, November 20, 2012
A new Work Club, where jobseekers can get advice and support on finding work, has been launched in North Norfolk and will run sessions in different towns including Cromer, Sheringham, North Walsham and Fakenham,
It club gives people the chance to meet others looking for work, build new contacts, share job-hunting experiences and get advice on interview techniques, CVs and effective job searching.
It also offers information, tips and lots of links to job search opportunities through its new website, which went live earlier this month.
John Morgan of Learning for Everyone, which has set up the venture, said: “The best way to find another job is through friends, family or social networks - research proves this - which is why it is so vital to have a Work Club in this area.”
“During every session, we will help people to look for work by swapping ideas and taking part in friendly workshops on aspects of job hunting such as interview skills, building a CV, using the internet to hunt down jobs and so on. We also plan to invite guest speakers including people from local businesses, to talk about specific opportunities in the area.”
The Work Club sessions and workshops would be held at different venues and times from and were free, friendly and informal.
For more information call 01263 519454 or drop into Merchant’s Place at 16 Church Street, Cromer or visit the new website at www.northnorfolkworkclub.org.
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