Posted: Thu 14th Apr 2016

Flintshire Jobs, Skills and Training Event is being held Connah’s Quay today

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Thursday, Apr 14th, 2016


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Communities First Flintshire, Jobcentre Plus and Careers Wales are bringing together local employers, service providers and job seekers at the Civic Hall in Connah’s Quay today, Thursday 14 April.

The event, which attracted over 800 people last year and secured employment for 157 people, kicks off at 10am through to 3pm.

Confirmed employers and agencies at today’s event are:

Primark
UPS
NOMS (Wrexham Prison HMP Berwyn)
Ralawise
2 Sisters
McDonalds
Kingswood
Lend Lease
Caretech
Voyage Care
Premier Homecare
Brook Street
Enbarr Enterprises
Gap Personnel
Adecco
Recruit 4 Staff
Northwest Homecare
Eures
Stanley Staff
New Directions
Smart Solutions
National Autistic Society
Plato Training
North Wales Training

There will also be practical advice on hand to help you find a job. This includes a CV checkpoint area and help to write application forms from Careers Wales. Further and higher education representatives are also available to discuss local training and course options.

Representatives from the Communities First Enterprise Club can advise you on entrepreneurial opportunities in Flintshire and support if you want to start your own business.

Communities for Work and LIFT – the Welsh Government scheme whose aim is to provide training and employment opportunities across Wales – can advise your eligibility for additional support.

 

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