Start Working Again

Together with Jobsplus, KPMG Talent (P5+) are helping individuals who do not work to start working again.

This programme is free of charge, partly funded by the European Social Fund (ESF).

If you are 25 years and over, and have not worked for over a year, we will teach you new skills and help you find a job - You cannot apply if you have a part-time or full-time job. 

Call us on 25631384 or send an email to fo more information.

How does the programme work?

The programme has 3 stages:

  1. We meet you

    We invite you for an interview where we ask you questions about any work experience, skills you have and what work you like.

  2. We teach you skills

    Before we help you find a job, we give you training.

    Our general training courses help you become more confident and teach you how to behave at work in 2017! Other courses, are more focused on the type of work you want - for example working with people, in an office, in a hotel or restaurant etc.

    The courses are:
    —  Literacy and numeracy skills
    —  IT skills
    —  Customer care
    —  Sales & marketing
    —  Communication and presentation skills
    —  Leadership skills
    —  Office skills and procedures
    —  First aid
    —  Food handling

  3. We help you find a job

    Once you finish the courses, we will help you set up interviews to find a job and start working again. We will also support you in the first few months on your new job.

We are very flexible and our trainers will understand your situation, encouraging you throughout the courses.

Who can apply for the programme?

This programme is suitable for anyone who has not worked for over 1 year, does not have a job and is 25 years and over - you cannot apply if you have a part-time or full-time job.

If you do not work, call us on 25631604 or email us your I.D Card number on to check if you are eligible.

This initiative forms part of the Work Programme Initiative (CT/3260/2014/2) offered by Jobsplus

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