Our volunteer duty officers can usually be found offering advice on how volunteering can help job seekers gain vital skills that will help them into employment.
Our local work clubs work with volunteers, agencies, local employers, and job seekers to best help those who want to find employment. The aim of the work clubs is to give job seekers the knowledge, tools and confidence to help them step into employment.
The work clubs have a relaxed and friendly atmosphere where you can chat over coffee, use the computers to check job listings, and take part in free training sessions to gain new qualifications.
- CV skills, and Cover letters
- Interview Technique
- Mock Single and Panel Interviews
- Careers advice
- IT, Numeracy and Literacy Skills
- Accessing volunteering, work placement and job opportunities in the area
- Formal Qualifications
- How to job search effectively and where to look
- Searching for jobs on the internet
- Support if there are particular issues preventing you from working
- Personal Skills
- Fun team building exercises
- Possible work experience placements from local businesses
- Advice on setting up your own business
- Financial Advice
- Talks from local businesses and employers about their areas of work
- Brewood & Coven
- Bilbrook & Codsall
- Great Wyrley
Information for Businesses
If you would like to:
- promote the work clubs
- attend and give a talk at a session
- offer work experience opportunities
We would love to hear from you. Any support that you can offer the work clubs is welcome.