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Career Boot Camps come to Cheltenham

PUBLISHED: 10:20 18 March 2013 | UPDATED: 21:11 05 April 2013

Career Boot Camps come to Cheltenham

Career Boot Camps come to Cheltenham

Cheltenham based career coaching and employability skills provider Consortio Limited are running two innovative and affordable 'Career Boot Camps' in Cheltenham; one in May and one in June.


Career Boot Camps come to Cheltenham

Cheltenham based career coaching and employability skills provider Consortio Limited are running two innovative and affordable Career Boot Camps in Cheltenham; one in May and one in June.

May 24 (10-4 pm) Cheltenham

June 21 (10-4 pm) Cheltenham

The events are a fantastic opportunity for anyone who is new to the job market from education, returning after a career break, looking for a career change or responding to redundacy to review their skills, get specialist advice and support and ultimately boost their employability by attending the series of focused workshops and seminars at Maxima Forum in Cheltenham.

Paul Goring and his experienced specialist team will offer information and practical advice from the recruiters point of view on topics like; understanding your personal brand, impressive CV content, impactful interview skills and how to impress when it matters.

The events are 40+vat each and places are limited so book early at www.consortio-uk.com

www.consortio-uk.com


Career Boot Camps come to Cheltenham

Cheltenham based career coaching and employability skills provider Consortio Limited are running two innovative and affordable Career Boot Camps in Cheltenham; one in May and one in June.

May 24 (10-4 pm) Cheltenham

June 21 (10-4 pm) Cheltenham

The events are a fantastic opportunity for anyone who is new to the job market from education, returning after a career break, looking for a career change or responding to redundacy to review their skills, get specialist advice and support and ultimately boost their employability by attending the series of focused workshops and seminars at Maxima Forum in Cheltenham.

Paul Goring and his experienced specialist team will offer information and practical advice from the recruiters point of view on topics like; understanding your personal brand, impressive CV content, impactful interview skills and how to impress when it matters.

The events are 40+vat each and places are limited so book early at www.consortio-uk.com


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