A scheme which helps unemployed people in Denbighshire to improve their skills in readiness for work is opening its doors to the public.
An information day has been arranged by the OPUS project and will be held at the Eirianfa Centre in Denbigh on Wednesday, July 5th between 9.30am and 1.30pm. The focus of the information day will be on providing information and assistance around training opportunities and volunteering.
The Opus team was set up in Denbighshire earlier in 2017 to support people to find work, volunteering and training. To be eligible, people must be aged over 25, will have been unemployed, not actively looking for work and not in education or training. The team can help with training opportunities, volunteering, 1-2-1 support, building confidence and self-esteem, CV writing, interview skills and job searching.
For further information, please attend the drop in session (no appointment needed ) or contact the OPUS team on 01824 712838, e-mail: OPUS@denbighshire.gov.uk if you are unable to attend but would like information
The OPUS programme is part funded by the European Social Fund, through the Welsh Government
Posted on Friday 23rd June 2017