Getting into work workshop
Islington Council and the Park Theatre are offering free ‘Getting into work’ workshops to help people learn skills to ace the interview process.
The workshops – one for 18-24 year olds, and the other for people aged over 25 who are recently unemployed – will be held online for 2 hours per week for 8 weeks.
The course aims to:
- Build your confidence
- Have fun
- Meet new people and make lasting friendships
- Feel prepared and empowered
- Discover new things about yourself
Sessions all take place in a safe and encouraging environment.
Spaces are limited. To book your place please email Nina.Graveney-Edwards@parktheatre.co.uk
Workshops for 18-24 year olds take place every Tuesday, 2.30pm-4.30pm, from 23 March – 18 May (Easter break on Tuesday 6 April)
For over 25’s – recently unemployed. Every Wednesday, 4-6pm from 24 March – 19 May (Easter break on Wednesday 7 April)
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