Local charity Christians Against Poverty (CAP) is offering free job clubs that really can help, and have already helped many people gain the skills, confidence and practical tools to find employment.
One CAP Job Club member from South Leeds said:
“It improved my get up and go and helping me view myself as a worthy individual in society who can achieve.”
CAP Job Club is a weekly drop-in group that combines one-to-one consultations, group support and practical sessions which cover topics such as identifying strengths, CV writing and interview techniques. It’s a relaxed environment with the chance to meet other jobseekers, get support and gain the tools you need to find work.
Leeds CAP Job Club Manager, Adrian Byrne said, “We see lots of people who are keen to find work, but their confidence has taken a real knock. It’s great to be able to offer them the practical advice as well as the support of other people in similar situations. Two of our members recently found work and we are encouraging more people to come along to see how we can help them too”.
The Leeds Job Club is held weekly on a Monday from 1-3pm at Two Willows Children’s Centre, Cardinal Square, Beeston, LS11 8HS. To find out more contact Adrian on 07455 045473 or email@example.com.
CAP Job Clubs is free and available to anyone regardless of age, faith, gender or background. For more information visit www.capuk.org.