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Vineyard Compassion launching new Job Club this Wednesday

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This Wednesday Vineyard Compassion launches our next Job Club. It’s a free club for job seekers, helping you step by step into employment. All the members of our last course now either have jobs, work placements or voluntary work experience, here’s what one member said:

“When I started Job Club, I was disheartened but somewhat hopeful. I’d tried everything else to get a job, why not this as well? In the past I’d usually failed at the interview stage, so I was looking forward to learning something new. In week 3 we did exercises on skills, but I sat and cried silently because I couldn’t think of any skills relevant to my activities. I was ready to run out the door!

Then the leaders took one of my activities, put it on the board, and got the whole group to pick out what skills it showed. Within a short time, I had a huge list of important transferable skills that I didn’t know I had. Because of that, Job Club became the most useful program I’ve ever taken part in. So much so that the very next day I had my first successful interview in 7 years.”

If you’re wanting to take steps towards employment, join us on Wednesdays 10am-1pm (including lunch) for a free 8 week course as well as 1-to-1 coaching. Book by ringing 028 7022 0005 ext 5. Location: Vineyard Compassion, 10 Hillmans Way, Coleraine, BT52 2ED.

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