Can you help people in Bexley back into work?

PUBLISHED: 15:16 05 November 2012

Volunteers who have skills and experience in industry are being sought to help get the unemployed back into work.

The scheme is looking for people who are enthusiastic about sharing their skills and career experience and interested in helping others find and stay in employment.

Helpers will run group sessions and one-to-one coaching and the project is ideal for anyone looking to develop coaching and mentoring skills.

The scheme is being run by Careers Development Group and Erith company Resources Plus.

Dominic Bloomfield, from Careers Development Group, said: “This is an exciting new project in Bexley which will give people the opportunity to use their skill and experience to give something back and support fellow locals who are out of work.”

“The rewards for job-seekers, volunteers and the town itself in getting people’s lives back on track will be considerable.”

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