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Cambridge Regional College offers new online employability webinars for adults

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Cambridge Regional College and Futures for You have partnered to offer a series of interactive webinars designed to improve employability.

To overcome barriers to training participation and develop employability skills for adults, Cambridge Regional College and Futures for You have launched their latest collaboration – ‘lunch and learn’ – which offers free monthly interactive webinars on employability to help you find a job.

Claire Dolan said, “We are delighted to be working with Futures for You to bring these new training webinars to adults looking to develop their employability skills.

“The ‘Lunch and Learn’ sessions will be delivered starting in May and more information, including dates, times and content for all webinars, can be found on our website.”

The new collaboration consists of four lunchtime webinars – one per month – starting May 24 and covers topics such as breaking the job code, using language to land the job, building a remarkable LinkedIn profile and tips and tricks for online interviews.

Career Advisor Suzie Kitching said: “Working in partnership with Cambridge Regional College will allow us to reach the people who really need our support.

“The webinars will be delivered by experienced and qualified career advisers and bookings can be made via the Cambridge Regional College website.”

The webinar series complements Cambridge Regional College’s existing range of fully-funded employability courses which aim to improve the skills and employability of adults in the community.

The full range of employability courses can be found here.


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