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Jobs and training courses in Moray up for grabs

By Alan Beresford

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WITH unemployment on the rise as the economic effects of the Covid-19 pandemic continue to bite, both training and job vacancy opportunities have arisen in Moray for those looking for work.

Training courses and vacancies are up for grabs. Picture: Daniel Forsyth
Training courses and vacancies are up for grabs. Picture: Daniel Forsyth

The Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) are running courses spanning two industries while a major Moray seasonal employer is recruiting.

Karen Millar, from the DWP's Employer and Partnership Team based at Elgin Jobcentre, said: "In Moray we have ongoing courses to help people get work in construction and the security industry and are also in the process of arranging a generic course which will include health and safety, manual handling and first aid.

"Baxters are still recruiting and have a variety of shifts to offer. Interviews will be arranged for next week with the induction also planned for next week."

Anyone interested in the courses or vacancies are advised to get in touch with Ms Millar as soon as possible on jcpmoray.employerandpartnershipteam@dwp.gsi.gov.uk

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