Our Job Club project is set up primarily to help the 45 years plus age group who are long term unemployed, suffering from mental health (depression, anxiety etc.) or physical health issues which make finding work harder. The Job Club does accept service users under 45 years if it is felt that the sessions would be beneficial to them. We work with people from this group to establish how we can help and whether any other agency could help them better. The target number of people the job club aims to help is relatively small due to the issues the services users have, many need longer term support to improve self-confidence. We work on an individual needs basis and each service is welcome to attend the club for as long as they feel it necessary. Many elderly job seekers who are otherwise isolated have been referred to the job club and have now made new friends and therefore have not only improved their employment prospects but also feel less socially isolated.
What is Job Club?
Lifeline Community Action Job Club is here to provide practical support to assist you to find your back to employment through:
Lifeline Community Action Job Club is here to help build your confidence, strengthen your skills and actively help you to find employment. You will join in with others who are looking for jobs. We offer support, a listening ear and just having a coffee and a chat.
Lifeline Community Action Job Club is due to run again in the near future, further details will be released at a later date.
Can I help with Job Club?
We are always looking for employers or organisations who would be willing to provide work experience or volunteering opportunities.
To find out more about Job Club, please contact:
Pauline Chambers [Job Club Manager]
Corrinn Chambers [Job Club Coach]
Phone: Service Users 07921711297
Prospective Employers/Businesses 07739088656
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