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Stockport Work Clubs – Stockport Council

Work Clubs are a local advice and support service for jobseekers looking to find employment. They also help jobseekers increase their chances of successfully getting a job.

Work clubs give people the opportunity to:

  • share job hunting experiences
  • learn new skills
  • find opportunities
  • meet other jobseekers
  • get advice on interviews, CVs and even volunteering opportunities

Work Clubs are held at the Hardman Centre and in Brinnington, Bridgehall, and Lancashire Hill.

For more details phone 0161 474 2168


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