Posted: 11/06/2021

Routes to Work does a fantastic job of supporting people who need help most, giving hundreds of people the self-belief, skills and training they need to get back into work and have a rewarding career. We currently have an exciting programme of training opportunities available to help boost your employment goals and further your personal development.

Personal Development – Starting 8th June

•For men and women who may struggle with confidence and motivation
•Describe common mental health issues
•Produce a development plan with specific goals
•Explain how to value and respect themselves
•Explain how to present themselves in order to develop their confidence

Boost your CV – 15th June

•Personal Profile Writing
•Career gaps and how to address these
•Emphasis on skills
Support with key wording to appeal to employers
•Any other personalised CV support needed

CV Workshop – 16th June

•Correct CV formatting
•Personal statements
•Power words/phrases for CV’s
•How to write a CV
•How to sell yourself on your CV
Experience Matters – 18th June
•Assess and understand their own career motivations and plans for the future
•Coping with change
•Explore how they can transfer their skills to other sectors or careers
•Reflect on their work journey and to recognise the skills they have

MENtal Health – Starting 22nd June

•Designed for men to explore the root of mental health and how to set goals to overcome it
•Delivered by a qualified Neuro-Linguistic Practitioner
•Building resilience
•A 1-2-1 support session will be available for each customer

Level 2 Food Safety – 29th June

•Looks at the responsibilities of those working with food, whether it is storing it, preparing it or cooking it.

Interview Skills – 30th June

•Tips &T ricks for attending a job interview
•Preparing candidates with how to present themselves
•Communication tips
•How to prepare for an interview
•Interview Facts

To reserve a place please contact our friendly Routes to Work team on 01429 284482 or email:

1-2-1 tailored support is also available

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