Fareham recruitment firm runs free employment workshops to help people get back into work

A RECRUITMENT company in Fareham is offering its expertise for free in a bid to help local people back into work.

Tuesday, 13th April 2021, 9:08 am
Toro recruitment in Fareham is offering free workshops Toro Recruitment team (l-r) Sarah Taylor, Megan Weald, Jamie Birch, Max Dooley, Chloe Orchard, Robin Mellish, James Webb, Rio Hanan, Luna Pope (dog), Harry Medway, Daniel Pope, Hugh Pearson and Michael Upton at the office in Fareham.

Toro Recruitment, in Standard Way, is offering a series of freebies that will give people, who are out of work and/or are looking to gain employment, the tools and resources to increase their employability.

The firm’s CV Review programme will allow people to access three main packages – one which will teach them where to find the right jobs, one which will teach them how to present themselves in an interview and one which will teach them how to craft a perfect CV and cover letter.

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Toro recruitment in Fareham is offering free workshops. Founder of Toro Recruitment, Daniel Pope with his ‘pupprentice’ Luna Pope.

The packages will be offered as e-books and resources, covering topics such as interviewing and how to best present yourself in a job interview, CV optimisation, job hunting and where to find the best jobs and more.

It will be free of charge to people living within the Portsmouth area.

Founder and CEO Daniel Pope wanted to run the programme to help boost employment within the region and give back to the community which has allowed him to make his business, which has grown exponentially over the last 12 months, a success.

He said: ‘I’m at the point now where I really want to be able to give back to the community and help local people land their dream jobs.

‘We know how to help people get jobs, so for us it’s important that we share that information, so everyone reaps benefits.

‘I’m local myself and, thanks to the local community and business industry, have been able to grow a successful business that has seen massive growth over the last year. I want to be able to help local people to say thank you to them.

‘We aren’t just a recruitment agency; our aim is to change peoples’ lives. Sometimes a job is so much more than just that and we want to be able to offer opportunities for people who are willing to work hard and want more out of life.’

Daniel will be running a series of Zoom workshops to supplement the e-resources, in which he will give away his top tips for finding and securing employment, including the dos and

don’ts and increasing your employability.

The workshops will be running on May 4 at 8.30am and May 5 at 6pm and people can book by emailing [email protected]

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