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Digital redundancy support sessions

Working in partnership with The Department for Work & Pensions (DWP), Working Wales (delivered by Careers Wales) are currently offering weekly digital redundancy support sessions to help anyone who is affected by redundancy.

Running every Wednesday 10.30am to 11.30am, each session will cover:

  • Practical ways to cope with redundancy
  • The support and options available
  • Possible funding including the ReAct scheme
  • How to access further help for your specific needs
  • Opportunity for questions

Sessions will be led by a DWP employer advisor and a Working Wales careers adviser.

Duration: Each session will last for 1 hour
Cost: All sessions are free
Group session numbers: Each session will be limited to a maximum of 20 people
Platform: Sessions will run on Microsoft Teams
Booking: Online booking is through Microsoft Bookings

Any information you provide to Careers Wales when booking the sessions will be stored in accordance with GDPR. Please read our privacy policy for more information.

You will be able to ask questions through the chat function in Microsoft Teams. Chats will be anonymised so that other people on the chat will not have access to your contact details. Only your screen name will be displayed, which you will set when you create your Microsoft Teams account.

If you would like to find out more before booking on a session, please contact us.

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