Job Clubs

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Our Job Club is available for anyone looking for a change of career. It can help you to find out about courses or training.

We have a space for you to explore where you are in your life, where you would like to be and how you can use your skills to help you get there. If you come to one of our job clubs you will meet qualified Information, Advice and Guidance workers who will sit with you and go through what you want to do. She will then draw up an action plan with you and help you to start on your new journey. She will help you to;

  • Write and design your CV
  • Look at ways you can find a job
  • Research courses and training which can help you get the career or job you are lookng for
  • Make applications for jobs or courses
  • Discuss and practice interview skills

Our Job Clubs are provided via funding from Suffolk County Council and are under the umbrella of the National Careers Service

Job Club times and locations

Wednesday 10.30am - 1.30pm
Wellspring Community Church Centre
1 Wellspring Way
Lower High Street
WD17 2AH

(Behind Watford Museum in Lower High Street)


Friday 9.30am - 12.00 noon
Watford Women's Centre Plus
83 Market Street
WD18 0PT




What clients say about our Job Club

"I found my session with the advisor to be very useful. She made my CV look really professional and gave me lots of helpful advice re: Job applications." Pia

"Job club is very supportive and they have lots of local knowledge of the local area and opportunities. Very welcoming and very approachable. I can’t speak more highly of all at the Job Club. They are very kind and have an understanding of circumstances that I am dealing with. Very good confidence building." Pauline

"Thank you again for the useful discussion at Job Club yesterday. This morning, I've booked myself on a junior football coaching course to be held in Wembley. So I’ve taken my 1st step towards improving my life. Thanks for helping see things more clearly." Paul

"Just wanted to say thank you very much for the time you spent with me on Friday. I advised you that I had an interview today and would appreciate some advice. Your advice was very straightforward and had a common sense approach. I went into the interview today and knew I had to give it my best shot. …I am happy to say that I was contacted this afternoon and offered the job. I really don’t think I would have given the same interview had I not have spent that time with you. Thank you very much again." Mary