Unique Employment and Training Fair for Housing Associations' Residents
Published by Priya Patel for Network Housing Group Limited in Communities and also in Education, Housing
Visit the Employment and Training Fair on Wednesday 13 June at The Sangam Centre in Burnt Oak Broadway from 10am.
Jobseekers across the Barnet area in London are being invited to boost their job prospects by attending two employment and training fairs held jointly by Barnet Homes, Genesis and Network Stadium.
On Wednesday 13 June the two events will give people the opportunity to find out about a selection of careers, job vacancies, training courses and apprenticeships.
Both fairs are being held at The Sangam Centre, in Burnt Oak Broadway and are open to residents from Barnet Homes, Genesis and Network Stadium tenants and Your Choice Barnet service users.
Starting at 10am until1pm there will be an employment and training fair, where people can find out about careers in fostering, social care, the police, the army, the fire service and the construction industry. Tesco and McDonalds will also be there and there will be many opportunities to find out about volunteering opportunities with other organisations.
The second fair is called VoiceBox’s Job Fair and has been designed specifically for 16 to 25-year-olds who are looking for work or who are undecided about a career path. This will run from 2pm until 5pm.
Both events will provide information on career opportunities and advice including CV writing.
Sarah Tickner, Community Engagement and Investment Manager at Network Stadium, said: “We are looking forward to meeting new faces at the fair and showcasing our work club teams. Work club provides opportunities to our residents to boost their confidence in interviews, gain useful information, skills and experience, and help at every step of the way to finding work or a new career path.
“We have already helped several people find their feet in the workplace environment or to secure new jobs and we are looking forward to working with more local residents.”
Barnet Homes’ chief executive, Tracey Lees, said: “We want to ensure Barnet residents and their families have every chance to succeed in life and contribute to their communities.
“These events with our partner organisations are designed to give residents a helping hand in a very competitive job market.
For more information, please contact the Network Stadium Worksmart Team on 0300 373 3000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Deborah Beckford on 020 8359 5307 or email email@example.com
Network Stadium is a part of the Network Housing Group.