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5:00pm Wednesday 11th September 2013 in News
Bright Assessing is delighted to sponsor the Worcester News Jobs and Careers Fair for the second year in a row.
Employment has been a hot topic in recent months and Bright has some fantastic opportunities this month As an award-winning, excellent graded online provider of assessor, verifier and teaching courses, Bright can help people to retrain to start a new, rewarding career. There is a huge demand for assessors and trainers due to the rise in apprenticeships and workplace training – people can use their existing skills and experience to help the next generation starting out in their industry.
Bright’s new and improved back to work programme is a six-week course providing those who are currently unemployed with qualifications and employability skills needed to help get people back into work. Those on the course will complete the level 3 certificate in assessing vocational achievement and level 2 certificate in employability, as part of the Government-unded course.
For the first time Bright will also be looking to meet anyone interested in taking on an apprenticeship.
Bright has three fantastic opportunities available for anyone within the local area who would like to earn while they learn. Bright can’t wait to meet any interested people. For more information, visit the Worcester News Jobs and Careers Fair on Thur-sday, September 19, or call 0845 1545000.
Jobseekers will also be able to get help and advice on the day from the Sanctuary Group and Claire Sharp. The Sanctuary Group is offering free employability sessions to give general advice and guidance on how to apply for a job. Each session will be a 10 to 15-minute time slot and jobseekers can register for sessions on the day at the group’s stand. Claire Sharp will be advising jobseekers on how to create the perfect CV and make them standout from the crowd. There will also be opportunities on the day from Allpay, who are recruiting for various positions in the IT sector.
English Braids has vacancies across a variety of sectors, including sales, export sales (language required), admin, customer service, technical/engineering, management and for their academy which will welcome new employees to skills tests across the company with a view to permanent employment. AA 5 star languages will also be offering language translation opportunities.
For more information, visit worcesternews.co.uk/jc.
Don’t miss the Jobs and Careers Fair 12-page event preview on Wednesday, Sept-ember 18, in your Worcester News.
LIST OF EXHIBITORS: Bright Assessing Ltd; Advanced Childcare; Kidderminster College; British Army; Sanctuary Housing; University of Worcester; Pathway Care; Happy Child Training; Inclusion Care; BUPA Care Services; Business Enterprise Support; Kane’s Foods; West Mercia Police; Worcester College of Technology; Eclipse Home Care; Warwickshire College; Phoenix Fostering; Aldi; Care UK; SWIIS UK Ltd; Dimensions; Allpay; Claire Sharp CV Services; Job Centre Plus; English Braids Ltd; AA Five Star Language Services.
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