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Moray Pathways Marketplace drop-in focus on employment and wellbeing


By Alan Beresford

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A DROP-in event focusing both on wellbeing and gaining sustainable employment is set to be held in Elgin.

The next Moray Pathways Marketplace is due on July 29.
The next Moray Pathways Marketplace is due on July 29.

The Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) have arranged another Moray Pathways Marketplace on Friday, July 29 from 9.30am to 12 noon.

A total of eight partner agencies have so far indicated their willingness to attend: DYW Moray; Lossie Entertainment Academy; Prince's Trust; REAP; Royal Forces Charity; Skills Development Scotland; Social Security Scotland; Triage; UHI Moray.

This list may change prior to the event.

The event will take place at Moray Pathways Hub, Café @ The Warehouse, Elgin Youth Café, Francis Place.

Moray Pathways is a single point of contact for individuals, businesses and organisations who are either looking for, or have opportunities in learning, training and work.

The organisation brings together public sector and education providers, as well as business organisations and third sector groups.

For individuals, Moray Pathways can help point them in the right direction to find opportunities in education, training or employment while businesses and organisations are supported in many ways, including promote internal opportunities and find the right backing to forward.

Moray Pathways also has access to the work training allowance which could mean could be assisted with financial support for key new members of staff and has vast information on in-work training schemes which are a huge benefit to the employee and the employer.

To find out more about Moray Pathways and how they can help individuals, businesses and organisations visit their website at https://moraypathways.co.uk/


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