Christian charity holds free course to improve employability

CAP Job Club Sessions aim to improve employment skills

CAP Job Club Sessions aim to improve employment skills

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Residents are being given the chance to improve their employability with a free course run by a Christian charity.

Members of My Father’s House in Dunstable are running the Christians Against Poverty (CAP) Job Club sessions on Tuesday, February 2, from 10.30am at Church Hall, Mountbatten House.

Job Club manager Adeola Roberts will be leading the CAP Job Club sessions, she said: “When it comes to job hunting, having the right tools and techniques up your sleeve can really improve your chances in finding work. We provide a personal service which gives people both practical and emotional support.”

The aim of the sessions is to help the local community become more employable and for the church to have a positive impact on the community.

The sessions will cover CV writing, interview techniques and identifying strengths.

Adeola added: ““With more people facing long-term unemployment, we hope to help people gain the confidence and skills they need to get back into work again.”

To find out more about CAP Job Clubs or to book a place, visit: capjobclubs.org