KILDARE LOCAL EMPLOYMENT SERVICE- STILL HERE TO HELP!!

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KILDARE LOCAL EMPLOYMENT SERVICE- STILL HERE TO HELP!!
 
 
Ireland has changed dramatically over the past few weeks, and in many ways its still too early to know the exact effects it will have on the world of work.  The situation changes by the day.  As many of us find ourselves spending most of our time at home it can be difficult to know what is best in terms of preparing for taking up employment in the future.
Certain areas, such as retail, warehousing and driving are all currently recruiting staff.  Construction is still operating but its not clear yet if this will be scaled back soon.
Traditional face to face training in line with HSE Guidelines has ceased, however there are a wide range of online training options available, in particular through e College which is free to anyone currently on a social welfare payment, or if you are registered with the Local Employment Service we may be able to access up to 500 euro towards the cost of training in the private sector if it is not available through e College.
Looking to the future keeping skills up to date or developing new skills will be of assistance when looking for a job. 
 
Ireland has changed dramatically over the past few weeks, and in many ways its still too early to know the exact effects it will have on the world of work.  The situation changes by the day.  As many of us find ourselves spending most of our time at home it can be difficult to know what is best in terms of preparing for taking up employment in the future.
Certain areas, such as retail, warehousing and driving are all currently recruiting staff.  Construction is still operating but its not clear yet if this will be scaled back soon.
Traditional face to face training in line with HSE Guidelines has ceased, however there are a wide range of online training options available, in particular through eCollege which is free to anyone currently on a social welfare payment, or if you are registered with the Local Employment Service we may be able to access up to 500 euro towards the cost of training in the private sector if it is not available through eCollege.
Looking to the future keeping skills up to date or developing new skills will be of assistance when looking for a job. 
 
If you would like further information or if we can help in any way, please get in touch with the staff at any of our offices by phone or email teresacave@cokildareles.ie.

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