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New initiative to help people find work


A NEW initiative aiming to help people in Warrington find work launches next week. 
The Job Club is a completely free, eight week course for anyone who is trying to find work and wants some support, offered by King’s Church at their community centre in Marina Avenue, Great Sankey on, Tuesday January 21 at 7pm
Offering practical help and advice on gaining employment, such as help with CV and application writing, the course will have computers are available for job seekers to use and there will be snacks and refreshments provided, as well as a team to offer support and advice.
But the Job Club is about much more than just finding work. It also aims to help members through some of the difficulties that come with unemployment, aiming to boost self esteem and confidence as well as providing a safe, relaxed and friendly community that supports job seekers, no matter their circumstances or how long they’ve been unemployed.
The Job Club is completely free and is being offered by King’s Church Warrington in partnership with national charity Christians Against Poverty. However, there is no requirement for people to be Christians to join the Job Club.
Laura Scotland, who leads the job club said: “Job club is open to everyone. As a church we recognise that there is a huge amount of need in Warrington that arises from people being unemployed.
“Not just the practical stuff, but everything that comes along with being unemployed or struggling to find work. Job Club is all about serving the community in a really practical way, but also about showing people that they have value, something that joblessness can sometimes strip away.”


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