Help at hand for jobseekers

PUBLISHED: 14:01 17 January 2010 | UPDATED: 11:34 25 May 2010

JANUARY represents a new career start for many – and free help is at hand for people looking to change jobs or get back into work.

JANUARY represents a new career start for many - and free help is at hand for people looking to change jobs or get back into work.

Nextstep is run in conjunction with Connexions, and assists adult job seekers with careers advice and guidance.

Anyone over 19 who is either unemployed, looking for a change of career or facing the threat of redundancy is eligible for support.

Careers adviser James Wilmot said: "I am delighted that we can provide a free impartial service to anyone who is looking improve their prospects during 2010.

"Finding employment can still be a difficult process. Many job seekers have never needed to market their skills before, so we are here to help to provide them with practical advice and guidance.

"We can provide impartial careers advice, help with a CV and provide interview training.

"We are flexible in our approach and meet clients at local venues to suit them, such as the Weston Connexions office, colleges, libraries, health centres and local job centres."

To book an appointment, contact James on 07825 145643 or jwilmot@connexionswest.org.uk

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