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Step Ahead training at the Employment Academy
Trainees Kay Wilson (left) and Archimedes Boampong (centre) are pictured with Step Ahead recruitment manager Bradley Doyle (right) during a recent training session at the Employment Academy

25 October 2013

Two training courses dedicated to helping unemployed men and women develop the skills needed to find work have been launched recently at the Thames Reach Employment Academy in Camberwell.

The Sector Base Work Academy and Employability Skills training courses are aimed at unemployed Southwark and Lambeth residents aged between 19 and 60 who are ready to get back into work.

The training focuses on helping people develop their CV, prepare for interviews and how to apply for jobs. Successful trainees get the benefit of a guaranteed job interview at the end of the course.

The training courses are run by recruitment agency Step Ahead, which specialise in recruiting for the health, education, local government and not for profit sectors.

The Employability Skills training programme is designed by Step Ahead in partnership with Westminster and Kingsway College.

Step Ahead Training Manager Trini Evans said: “We’re really happy to be a part of the Employment Academy. It’s a warm, welcoming environment and our clients feel happy coming here. The training courses are going really well.”

An information and registration day for people interested in joining the training sessions is being held on Tuesday, 5 November at 3.00pm, at the Employment Academy, 29 Peckham Road, London SE5 8UA.

To find out more please contact Trini Evans on 020 7400 6284 or email trinicia@stepahead.co.uk