Branded as Eastbourne’s Big Week of Work this job’s fair, aimed at anyone wanting to get back into work, will take place at Eastbourne Town Hall in Grove Road from Monday 7 November to Friday 11 November.
Places are available for the special launch day programme on Monday 7th with motivational presentations by Hayley Taylor, Channel 4’s Fairy Jobmother, Leon Doyle, Apprentice contestant and successful entrepreneur, David Kelso, Regional Personnel and Training Manager at Morrisons plc and Melanie Hunt, Principal of Sussex Downs College.
It is important that job seekers and those wishing to attend register their interest for this free event on the web site http://ebww.eventbrite.com
This high profile event will include a programme of workshops during the week to support people through the recruitment processes. All workshops are free and topics include: - CV and application form writing, interview performance and information on apprenticeships. Local employers will be running sector specific workshops in care, hospitality and customer service. There will also be sessions focusing on self-employment. The event is being supported by local and national employers who will be on hand to speak to those attending about work opportunities.
Hayley Taylor, said: “I’m looking forward to coming to Eastbourne’s Big Week of Work and meeting the local community. It’s great to see so much constructive activity planned over the week and I’m sure it’s going to lead to lots of positive outcomes for the town. There are jobs out there and there are lots of people who really want to get to work, the Big Week of Work is an opportunity to bring all this together and increase local employment. It’s all about helping to get Eastbourne working. I’ll be there to talk to people about their job searching stories and also share some of my own experiences.”
Leon Doyle, added: “Eastbourne’s Big Week of Work is going to be great event and opportunity for people with business ideas to bring forward and connect with the right resources and the right people. I’ll be down there on the Monday and I’ll discuss a couple of my business ventures and interact with you to hear about your business ideas, and hopefully we can get something started.”
Eastbourne’s Big Week of Work is being organised by Eastbourne Works.
Eastbourne Works is a service provided by Sussex Downs College in association with Eastbourne Borough Council, Eastbourne and District Enterprise Agency Ltd, Jobcentre Plus, 3VA and Eastbourne Citizens Advice.
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