Workways+ is now holding weekly outreach sessions at Old Bridge, Haverfordwest and The Old Library, Milford Haven. Members of the Workways+ team will be on hand to explain how they can support jobseekers back into employment.

Weekly Outreach will take place at the following locations:

Mondays 9.30am – 3.00pm 19 Old Bridge Haverfordwest SA61 2EZ (The Old Tourist Information Centre)

Thursday mornings 10.00am – 12.30pm The Old Library, Hamilton Terrace, Milford, SA73 3JP

Workways+, which is backed with £7.5 million from the European Social Fund through the Welsh Government, aims to tackle the barriers that prevent individuals from finding employment.

The project provides support with job searching, CVs, applications forms, interview skills, telephone techniques, paid work opportunities, access to volunteering and opportunities to gain qualifications. Participants are also matched with local businesses, helping them gain the vital experience needed to find long term employment.

Workways+ is led by Neath Port Talbot Council, in collaboration with Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion and Swansea Councils.

For all outreach event dates and to find out more information about Workways+ phone 01639 684250 or visit www.workways.wales


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