Date: April 2015
Employability Pit Stop
Pioneering Care Partnership (PCP) is offering a free service for people living in
Bowburn, Coxhoe, Trimdon, Fishburn, Kelloe and Sedgefield who are out of work or at risk of redundancy.
‘Employability Pit Stops’ are drop-in sessions held in community venues to help people overcome barriers to employment. Attendees will develop skills to produce a targeted CV, how to job search successfully and develop interview techniques.
The project will also offer support to access universal job match, writing job applications and provide information on universal credit.
Trained advisors will be available at the following community venues to offer advice and support to anyone wishing to find employment.
- Tuesdays 1 – 3pm
at Trimdon Station Residents Association
- Wednesdays 10.00am – 12:00pm
at Trimdon Grange Community Centre
- Thursdays 9:30am – 12:30pm
at Trimdon Village Hall
- Fridays 1 – 3pm
at Sedgefield Library
Further Pit Stops will be popping up soon in Bowburn, Coxhoe or Kelloe.
This service is funded by the East Durham Rural Corridor Area Action Partnership and Durham Dales, Easington and Sedgefield Clinical Commissioning Group. Leigh Ann Ramsay is PCP’s Employability Development Officer who is leading on the project.
For further information contact Leigh Ann at PCP on tel: 01325 321234 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or find out more about PCP’s projects and activities at: www.pcp.uk.net, Twitter: @PioneeringCare and Facebook: /PCPandCentre