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Up for Work Celebration Event

More than 91 unemployed individuals have found work through the Up for Work Programme to date with a further 250 expected to benefit from it over the next two years.  Network Personnel has marked the achievements of all those who have participated in the Up for Work programme at a celebratory event in Draperstown. The…

Free computer classes starting September 2013

Network Personnel offer free computer training to anyone who is unemployed or economically inactive, prepared to take part in a relevant job search programme and living in Magherafelt or Cookstown council areas. Classes starting September 2013: Computer and Online Basics – 8 weeks OCR (RSA) Level 2 Word Processing – 12 weeks ECDL (European Computer…

Network Personnel present Work & Wellbeing Event in Cookstown

Network Personnel recently hosted a successful Work & Wellbeing Event on 12th June at The Burnavon, Cookstown.  The event featured top TV Chef Jenny Bristow who provided attendees with inspirational cooking demonstration.  She narrated this to promote the cycle of eating well to feel well, to help maintain the motivation to deal with the challenges…

Success on Steps to Work for Sabrina

Local lady Sabrina McMenemy secured employment with Brooklands Nursing Home and gained a Literacy qualification after completing her Steps to Work placement.   Pictures L-R - Sabrina McMenemy, Wendy Lockhart, Staff Nurse, Brooklands Nursing Home and Shauna Kelly, Steps to Work Coordinator, Network Personnel.

Network Personnel opens new office in Ballycastle

Dr Stephen Farry, Minister for Employment and Learning opened Network Personnel's new office in Ballycastle on Wednesday 30th November 2011.  The opening coincided with the launch of the Department for Employment and Learnings new employment programme, SOURCE, in the Moyle area.  SOURCE which will be delivered by Network Personnel is part of the Local Employment…