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    I have started this forum to raise awareness of the new Welsh Governments initiative; Jobs Growth Wales. I work for Cambrian Training Company (work-based training provider) as their Marketing Manager and thought this forum would be a good way to see if we could help any businesses in Wrexham thinking of recruiting a young person in the near future.

    So, if you are an employer looking to recruit a young person between 16-24yrs in Wrexham, then we can help! Please contact us today to find out how we can help you: [email protected]



    We’ve already written about it too – have a look here



    Hi Mike,

    I have seen your information and I started this post as I thought it might be useful to have a contact to enable employers to contact us to start applying for the funds able in your area for this programme.

    So if you know anyone thinking of employing a young person, please spread the word, as we’re here to help.




    The annoying thing about this is, unlike the Future Jobs Fund, it doesn’t appear to be open to anyone over 24. I got my job as a Future Jobs Fund that was supposed to be for 6 months in Jan 2011… I’m still there now.

    Would be interested to know if this Jobs Growth Wales can be extended to over 24’s and can sweet talk my boss lol

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