19 June 2019
The Council’s Work Zones are supporting people into work by introducing them to potential employers on National Employability Day.
Councillor Richard Beacham, Cabinet member for Housing, Regeneration and Growth at Cheshire West and Chester Council, said: “The Council is focused on supporting people in our borough so that they can find employment and succeed in the workplace.
- Winsford: Residents in search of employment or work experience will be able to meet with more than 15 employers who will be at a Job Fair at Wyvern House Public Services Hub, Winsford, on 28 June, 10am to noon. For further information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01606288901.
- Ellesmere Port: Ellesmere Port Work Zone is running a Jobs, Skills and Opportunities Fair on 3 July. More than 50 local employers, agencies and training organisations will be attending the event at the Civic Hall between 10am to 2pm. It has been running successfully for five years and will be an opportunity for job seekers of all ages to meet and get advice from employers. For information contact email@example.com or call 0151 356 6667.
- Northwich: A ‘Women in Industry’ event is at Northwich Work Zone in Station Buildings on 28 June from 10am to noon. Employers from construction companies will give advice about jobs in construction. There will also be information about working as a fork lift truck driver and becoming a police officer.
- Chester: Chester Work Zone will be holding a CV Health Check session where residents will be able to get advice and support with their CVs, and support with finding employment. This will be held at Chester Work Zone between 9.30am to 11.30am on 26 June.
“The employment support events we are running to coincide with National Employability Day will be a fantastic opportunity for residents to learn more about their career options and to meet potential employers. It is also a chance for companies to meet potential employees too.”
Last year, National Employability Day saw more than 200 centres taking part in the day nationwide, with activities including jobs fairs and stakeholder visits, conferences, report launches and employability day tea parties. Some organisations welcomed hundreds of visitors and many signed up more jobseekers as a result.
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