Exploring Your Options course: starts 30th April 2019

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Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Are you currently not in employment, education or training, or on a low income?

Do you want to get more job-ready, find out what kind of work would suit your interests and skills, and how to get there?

Our free part-time short course can help you match your talents to career opportunities and have the best chance of success applying for jobs.

You can also explore other options - such as further education and training - and all the supports available to you out there. 

Starts 30th April 2019 - four mornings over two weeks.

The course is friendly and focused and will include:

  • Employability profiling – look at your personality & talents to match skillset & job career suitability
  • Confidence building – goal setting, self-motivation, time management, managing stress
  • CV preparation including cover letters, online application forms, applying for jobs online using social media
  • Develop job seeking skills – job search, decoding  job adverts, understanding job web sites
  • Interview Skills – how to present yourself for interview
  • One to Ones for CV & Interview
  • Job, further education & training options

The small print...

  • You must be living in specific areas of Bray, Delgany, Greystones, Kilcoole, Kilmacanogue, Newcastle Lower (we'll check your address for you if you give us a call)
  • You must satisfy one of the SICAP criteria listed below 

To find out more and book your place: e: susannemartin@brayareapartnership.ie  t: Susanne or Lorna on 01 286 8266

This training is funded by SICAP - find out more about SICAP here.

SICAP Programme Eligibility

You must live in Bray or Greystones Municipal District and belong to one of these groups: 

  • Disadvantaged young person aged 15-24
  • Unemployed person
  • Low Income worker
  • Disadvantaged Family
  • Lone parent
  • New community
  • Person living in a disadvantaged area
  • Traveller
  • Person with a disability
  • Disadvantaged children and families
  • Disadvantaged  women
  • Roma
  • Substance misusers

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