‘The Network Shed’ opens in Magherafelt

Our new facility to help unemployed people locally to develop their occupational skills and for their personal development has opened at Rainey Street, Magherafelt. Based around the concept of the Men’s Shed, the Network Shed is open to both males and females to allow them to gain hands-on skills and experience in a relaxed environment…

Double Success Story for Jobmatch Participants

Another double success story for two Mid Ulster men who received free training through our Jobmatch programme.  Both Charlie and Anthony had a similar story, they both approached us seeking advice and guidance on what to do when they had found themselves unemployed. Anthony from Cookstown wanted to complete forklift training in order to improve his…

New Job after 26 years

We were delighted to have helped Rosemary (60) find a new job with Massereene Manor Care Home in Antrim.  When Rosemary joined our Jobmatch program she had not worked for 26 years. She lacked confidence in her ability to find work as she had no recent work experience.  Rosemary worked on her employability skills with…

Steps 2 Success Programme Launched in Cookstown, Magherafelt and Omagh

12th March 2015 – Councillor Cathal Mallaghan, Chair of the Mid Ulster District Council, Network Personnel, and Reed in Partnership Programme Director Peter Brown attended the local launch of the government’s Steps 2 Success employment programme in Cookstown yesterday. Steps 2 Success, which is being delivered in Cookstown, Magherafelt and Omagh by Network Personnel on…