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Free help for over-54s getting back to work and self-employment

Created on 10/02/2019 @ 11:04
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A project helping people over 54 years of age into work, voluntary work, self-employment and training is to host another series of free drop-in sessions in the area.

Workways+ Powys provides free, individual and tailored support to people.

"It’s open to people across Powys who are aged 54 and older and who are not currently working or registered unemployed," said Janet Davies, development officer.

"Delivered by PRIME Cymru and funded by the European Social Fund and Powys County Council, the free support can include one-to-one help with on-line and traditional job-seeking, interview skills, CV writing, sourcing trial work placements, training, basic IT, voluntary work or guidance on setting-up in business."

Drop in sessions will be held at:

Llanidloes Library on Wednesday, 13 February between 2pm and 3pm; Welshpool Library on Tuesday, 12 February between 12pm and 2pm and on Tuesday 19 February between 1.30pm and 2.30pm; Llanfair Library between 10am and 11am on Tuesday, 26 March and 11am to 1pm on Tuesday, 19 March; Newtown Library on Thursday, 21 February between 11.30am and 1pm and on Thursday, 28 February between 11am and 1pm; Glanhafren Cafe (market hall) in Newtown between 10am and 11am on Tuesday, 12 February and between 10am and 11am on Tuesday, 19 February; Montgomery Library between 2pm and 4pm on Thursday, 21 February and 2pm and 4pm on Thursday, 21 March.

More details can be obtained from Janet Davies on 07507 795048.



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