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1 1 BASE workshop D3 ‘ Making the most of your jobclub ’ Ruth Twine Independent trainer & consultant

2 22 BASE workshop D3, Ruth Twine WHY THIS WORKSHOP? Learning from range of experiences Representative ‘formats’ Pros & cons, frustrations & successes Share, explore, try out, review Be bold, be clear

3 33 BASE workshop D3, Ruth Twine REPRESENTATIVE FORMATS (None run in ‘pure’ form – broad descriptors) 1. The ‘drop-in’ jobclub 2. The ‘training’ jobclub 3. The ‘find a job’ jobclub 4. The ‘pro-active peer supported’ jobclub

4 44 BASE workshop D3, Ruth Twine 1. THE ‘DROP-IN’ JOBCLUB Regular ‘window’, 2-4 hrs Unstructured, casual sessions. Little or no curriculum General access to some resources Non-selected jobseekers Some officers ‘on hand’ for advice & planning

5 55 BASE workshop D3, Ruth Twine 2. THE ‘TRAINING’ JOBCLUB Fixed timing, 2-3 hr session Purpose-led venue, e.g. training room Scheduled guest speakers for directive advice or role-play Timetabled curriculum of topics over set period, possibly accredited Some selection of jobseekers Some support ‘on hand’

6 66 BASE workshop D3, Ruth Twine 3. THE ‘FIND A JOB’ JOBCLUB Regular ‘window’, 3-4 hrs No fixed schedule of sessions but poss. occasional guest speakers Focus on applying to advertised jobs Purpose-led venue, e.g. computer room Selected jobseekers, all “job-ready” Some support ‘on hand’ for large group

7 77 BASE workshop D3, Ruth Twine 4. THE ‘PRO-ACTIVE, PEER SUPPORT’ JOBCLUB Short, fixed session, e.g. 1 hr Informal venue, some resources 2-4 carefully selected jobseekers Agenda & schedule of topics/activities set by jobseekers. 1 facilitator Explore work choices & demands via direct experience and sharing ‘Back door’ approach to job negotiation

8 88 BASE workshop D3, Ruth Twine GOOD PRACTICE POINTS Strong links to specialists for specific advice Very clear aims and boundaries. Widely known and understood Strongly nurtured relationships with wide range of local employers Integral to main service – team-wide support & seamless transition to/from

9 99 BASE workshop D3, Ruth Twine GOOD PRACTICE POINTS Tap into funds, people, venues, equipment etc. of other organisations Others - know, share & differentiate Jobseekers actively involved in design, administration & development Evaluate honestly & regularly – What? How? Be creative to sidestep the heat of open market competition


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