You can do all kinds of things at your local library. And now, every Thursday, you can come along to CHOICES – Earning and Learning, and get support from Education, Employment and Training support workers Mel and Fi.
This is a special session for young people who are not in employment education or training, or who are thinking about dropping out of their learning, or leaving their job, or having difficulties with their training. Whatever is going on, support is available.
Attendee M has this to say: “I’ve been here for half an hour and I’ve applied for a personal fitness coaching course at City of Oxford College, have completed my CV and registered on the National Apprenticeship Finder. By the time I’m done today I will have applied for a job too. Don’t be lazy, just do it!”
You can drop in every Thursday between 10am and 4pm, and if you’d like to phone ahead, find out more or book a personal session or a visit you can contact Fi on 07584 581172 firstname.lastname@example.org or Dave on 78801 621015 email@example.com
More about the Choices Sessions:
We provide support with:
- job seeking
- apprenticeship routes
- CV building
- finding training
- 1:1 support
- action plans
- signposting for benefit advice
- improving your prospects
- looking at other choices that could be right for you
Never been into the library? Here's how to find the CHOICES session, starting form the Bonn Square entrance to the Westgate Centre.