New website to help Ashfield residents find jobs and training launched by council

Called Career Boost, the webpage provides practical information and introduces users to a range of organizations that offer career and employment support services to help develop new and existing skills.

The website is designed to help unemployed people find work or start a business, as well as employed people who want to change careers in order to increase their skills.

On the website, residents will find five unique sections, each designed to easily direct people to the right information that will help you achieve your goals, and a list of partner organizations which include the University of Nottingham, Vision West Notts College, Care4Notts, Department for Work and Pensions, Futures and The Construction Industry Training Board.

The new website has been launched by the council to help people find new jobs and training opportunities

Councilor Sarah Madigan (Ash Ind), Executive Member responsible for Client Services and Strategic Planning, said: “The new Career Boost Portal is a one-stop-shop for developing new skills and opportunities and connecting people with local organizations.

“We want to empower the people of Ashfield to access support and opportunities that can change their lives.

“Not everyone knows what is available or where to go for help and information.

“Our hope is that this becomes the next step for people on their journey.”

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Councilor Jason Zadrozny-Bland (Ash Ind), Head of Council, added: “The dedicated space development has been designed to enable Ashfield residents to develop new skills, find information and enjoy services they didn’t know were available. previously.”

The new website also offers help and advice on cover letters, CVs and interview techniques for job applicants, as well as dedicated resources for those looking to become self-employed or gain new qualifications. .

The space also helps residents who want to start a business by allowing them to take advantage of free business start-up courses and work with organizations such as Princess Trust, The Big House Program and Head Start Enterprise Ashfield, all of which offer a support and information on starting and running a business, managing finances, generating sales and managing human resources.

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Edwin S. Wolfe