Many jobseekers desperately want a job but are filled with dread at the thought of going for the interview. Would you like to learn how to make the most of your interview and get yourself that job? Lifeline Community Action will be starting their Job Club at the PCP at Cobblers Hall on Tuesday morning from the 31st January 2017 10am – 12.30pm.  The course runs for 10 weeks and part of the course will help participants to deal with interview nerves so they feel confident at their next interview.

The skills covered on the course are informative and fun and designed to help people back into work, particularly if you have been out of work for a long time. Job Club coaches are aware that most people have worries about how they will cope at an interview and understand that many people get so nervous during an interview they feel disappointed after the interview feeling they could have done better or should have said things they didn’t say. The Job Club will help participants to deal with their concerns, keep the nerves in check, be happier with their interview experience and hopefully get that job. If you think you could benefit from support like this then please contact Pauline Chambers by email or telephone/text 07746111385.  The 10 week course is free of charge and includes a light lunch and refreshments