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got fed up with waiting for my local job centre to decide if and when i can work

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DaddysGirl1982
DaddysGirl1982 Community member Posts: 9 Connected
I decided after the last time I saw an advisor at my local job centre that I would look online for voluntary work to get me out of the house to gain experience and improve and update my CV.
Finally, today after the goodness knows how many times I've had it re-arranged, I had my welcome chat meeting at my local hospital at the volunteer hub.
I have been booked on to the induction day which is next Monday afternoon from 2 pm to 4 pm, but I'm not sure where it is yet, but the lady I spoke to said that she will send me the details of the induction and a few other bits via email.

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