Staffordshire Chambers to support Ukrainian refugees with employability skills and business start-up advice

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Staffordshire Chambers will be supporting Ukrainian refugees with employability skills and businesses start-up advice as part of our Positive Pathways programme.

Ukrainian refugees have been fast-tracked onto the programme, which is designed to support refugees across Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire with meaningful employability skills, interview techniques and support to start their own businesses.

Chris Plant, Deputy CEO of Staffordshire Chambers, said: “We’re proud to support refugees from all walks of life at the Chamber, including those fleeing the conflict in Ukraine who have had to leave their homes during such horrifying and heartbreaking circumstances.

“Our thoughts and prayers are with the people of Ukraine and we’d encourage anyone who’s eligible for the programme to get in touch.”

Participants will be able to access the informative course on start-up business advice and employability skills such as CV writing and job applications.

If you know someone who is suitable for the positive pathways programme, please contact or visit the website, here.

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