Norwich’s Surrey Chapel Christians Against Poverty will help unemployed find a Christmas job

Dawn Arden, with Jeremy Walton, centre, and Brian Spatchett, members of the charity Christians Again

Dawn Arden, with Jeremy Walton, centre, and Brian Spatchett, members of the charity Christians Against Poverty from the centre at the Surrey Chapel, at Anglia Square to promote their eight week training course to help people get employment. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY - Credit: Copyright: Archant 2017

A charity job club is helping unemployed people get into work in time for Christmas.

Surrey Chapel Christians Against Poverty (CAP) will be launching an eight week course on Tuesday to teach people skills and help them find festive jobs.

The sessions, held at the chapel on Botolph Street, Norwich, will include workshops on interview techniques and individual coaching.

Dawn Arden, who runs the course, said: 'Sometimes temporary work over Christmas is good because it gives you a spring board, boosts your confidence and it is often easier to get a job once you have got one. It doesn't matter how long you have been unemployed, how many application forms you have filled in or interviews you have attended and not got the job, we can help make this Christmas better for you and your family.'

For more information visit www.capjobclubs.org, call 0800 328 0006 or call Mrs Arden on 07397990466


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