The support available at each session includes help to search for jobs, update CVs, prepare for interviews, basic IT support and filling in applications.
From Tuesday to Friday, Working Denbighshire’s staff will be on hand for guidance and support at the following locations each week:
- Tuesday – Rhyl Library, 2pm-4pm
- Wednesday – Canolfan Ni, Corwen, 11am-1pm
- Thursday – HWB Dinbych, 9:30am-1pm
- Thursday – Ruthin Library, 1pm-4pm
- Friday – Prestatyn Library, 9:30am-12:30pm
- Friday – HWB Dinbych, 9:30am – 1pm
Tina Foulkes from Working Denbighshire said: “These free weekly drop-in sessions provide an excellent opportunity for Denbighshire residents to access high quality employability support in their local communities.
"Residents can pop in for help to update or create their CV, find out the best ways to search for jobs and get hints and tips on how best to fill out application forms.
"At these sessions, attendees will also be able to find out how Working Denbighshire can help with funding for training, funding to remove or reduce your barriers to employment, as well as information on confidence, motivation, and resilience courses.”
Councillor Jason McLellan, Leader of the Council and Lead Member for Economic Growth & Tackling Deprivation said: “These sessions allow Denbighshire residents access to professional and informative employment support across the County.
"I would urge anyone who may need employment support to attend one of the many free sessions at a location near them.”
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Working Denbighshire is part funded through the Welsh Government Communities for Work Plus Programme which supports those most disadvantaged in the labour market to overcome the barriers preventing them from gaining employment.
Working Denbighshire has received £3,529,632 from the UK Government through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund.