Workshops aimed at helping unemployed find a job

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BENALMADENA HAS hosted three workshops aimed at helping the unemployed find a job.

Beatriz Olmedo, Councillor for Employment, explained, “these courses will support participants in gaining the skills to find a job in an ever-changing workplace.”

The first class, How can I improve my CV, focused on the different types of resume, as well as how to create an original and unique CV.  The second workshop, How to use social media to find work, taught participants how to use the web and connections to find a job, while the third, How to be successful in group interviews, prepared attendees for interviews at large companies, as well as how to stand out.

The workshops, which were initially only planned for 36 attendees, were widely successful, attracting 48 people in the end, forcing the organisers to expand the course.

The event was put on by the the Employment Department of the Benalforma Municipal Training Centre, as well as the Junta de Andalucia.

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