Ellie gets award for careers advice

Posted on July 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

BUPA Care Service’s Ellie Gavaghan has just been recognised at the Local Employment Partnership Awards in West Yorkshire for her work in helping the long-term unemployed prepare themselves better for job interviews. BUPA agreed to recruit through a Local Employment Partnership (LEP) with Jobcentre Plus to find care home staff from the local community.

Ellie worked with the job centre to develop a pre-employment training programme, ideally suited to people who’ve been out of work for some time, but with specific help and advice about preparing for a role in

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