Employment wellbeing event to be held in Rhyl
An event focused on wellbeing for people needing support in work, those looking for a career change or those in need of a job, is to be held at Rhyl Library on the 24th of November.
This free event has been organised to link residents with service providers, allowing access to relevant support and valuable information focused on employment.
There will be 20 stands in attendance, offering a mix of support including career support, healthcare and social services. The event will encompass the whole of the top floor in Rhyl library, and will run from 11.30am – 1.30pm.
The event will enable attendees to engage with a range of local and regional employers as well as community-based organisations. These stalls will be providing information on jobs, wellness and wellbeing, advice regarding pensions and finance, self-employment, volunteering and other activities, educational and training opportunities available to those who are employed or looking for work.
Councillor Jason McLellan, Leader of the Council and Lead Member for Economic Growth & Tackling Deprivation said:
“This event will offer a wealth of knowledge on wellbeing in the workplace, and will showcase the support that is available to the people of Denbighshire.
The event will help link service providers with those who are needing some support in work, and is completely free to attend.”
Tina Foulkes, Manger at Working Denbighshire said:
“Employment support is important for all our residents who are in work and not in work, as life brings everyone different challenges.
As well as Working Denbighshire, there are many services that offer a variety of support that aim to positively impact people’s wellbeing. Our aim for this event, is to make sure the right people know about them.”
The event is part of a series run by Working Wales for Older workers week. Working Denbighshire have worked alongside the team at Working Wales to ensure that Denbighshire residents receive an opportunity to gather free advice, guidance to help people get into work or further their career.
Peter Cadmore, Stakeholder Engagement Manager at Working Wales said:
“Whatever your circumstances, our experienced and professionally trained careers advisers can provide free and impartial careers guidance and coaching.
This event will give you an opportunity to talk through your options and start making changes that positively impact your career.”
Working Denbighshire is part funded through the Welsh Government Communities for Work Plus Programme which supports those most disadvantaged in the labour market to overcome the barriers preventing them from gaining employment.
Working Denbighshire has received £3,529,632 from the UK Government through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund.