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Women to get access to free training on employability, economic abuse and legal rights

Over 500 women have been supported with free workshops and training on job interview preparation and debt management.

The Labyrinth Project is continuing its partnership with Rights of Women, Working Chance and Surviving Economic Abuse to more workshops from April to June this year.

The Labyrinth Project is contributing to a strengthened women’s sector in eight areas across England, Scotland and Northern Ireland by building capacity and forging stronger networks of support and shared learning locally and nationally.

A participant that gained support with CVs, interview skills and applications provided by Working Chance said:

“I have only started my role last week, so I now have some great resources to use in my job supporting people into employment. I feel more confident in being able to help people with their CVs, Interviews and job searching skills.” 

Attendee to the Surviving Economic Abuse, Money, Debt advice and Economic abuse said:

“I felt it really delved deep into the women themselves and their issues. It made me realise there is more to consider when analysing the situation these ladies are in.”

The workshops do not require prior knowledge and will be delivered online with the majority conducted live through Zoom. The sessions are scheduled to take place during normal working hours and will be delivered in English.

Registration is currently open. You can find more information on the workshops and training here.

Image credit: Solace Women’s Aid