Getting Help For Job Searching


Thursday is our day dedicated to improving  employment oppotunities of the unemployed and employed alike. We can offer a range of solutions and support to the competative job market that exists today.

National Careers Service


National Careers Service kicks us off with one-to-one appointments designed to give you specialist advise on following your chosen career path or even just getting some ideas about what jobs may be suited to you. Whatever aspect of job searching you need help with, you choose the theme of your two 40 minute appointments

Job Club


Ever heard the phrase: two heads are better than one? Well rock up to the Thursday afternoon Job Club which runs through school term time with our volunteeer Sherree who will help you through some of key areas of job searching as a group so you can share your ideas with others and hopefully find some little gems you can take away with you.

Use of PC’s

We are more than happy for job seekers to use the centre’s computer facilities, for those of you who know you require support with applications or general IT use please attend on Thursdays when extra support is available. If you feel you are reasonably IT literate and just want to get on with it please feel free to drop in as and when you like (refer to opening hours).

All We Ask Is:

Remember we are running a learning centre and for those of you who aren’t on courses please be respectful of those who are by keeping the noise down.

No kids allowed! For safeguarding purposes do not bring children into the centre unless this has been cleared with the head of centre.

No phones, no food, no Facebook!

We can’t stress more that the Internet facilities are for job seeking, accessing course materials, checking email and nothing more, abuse of the Internet facilities, centre or our rules will result in permanent exclusion from the centre. If in doubt, ask.

We cannot offer printing facilities at the centre.