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Get support to find a new job or learning opportunity across Derbyshire.

todayMarch 6, 2022 6

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Local people are being encouraged to access support and advice from Derbyshire Careers Service as part of National Careers Week, which starts on Monday 7 March 2022.

Derbyshire County Council encouraging residents to attend a drop-in session next week or register their interest in attending an online workshop.

There are weekly drop-in sessions with highly qualified local career coaches across the county and regular online workshops to support with interview skills, CV and searching for jobs, as well as specific support for over 50’s.

The sessions are free and open to anyone over the age of 19 and 18-year-olds who are not currently in education, employment, or training. Support is available year-round for anyone unable to attend during National Careers Week.

Cabinet Member for Education, Councillor Alex Dale, said:

“Ensuring local people have access to the support and advice they need to be successful in the workplace is really important to the Council.

“The Derbyshire Careers Service is a great resource for residents looking for advice on changing their career, preparing for interviews, or searching for jobs.

“I would encourage people to attend one of the workshops or drop-in sessions during National Careers Week or to reach out to the team if you need support in the future.”

More information on virtual careers workshops.

Details about drop-in sessions or find your local career coach.

Written by: NDR NEWS

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