Wednesday 21 November 2018

Work Matters at Clare County Library

Clare County Library is delighted to offer the Work Matters Service to the public. The Work Matters Service at your library is the perfect place to explore, research and learn new skills, especially if you are looking for a job or a career change or thinking of starting your own business. The service includes free membership, direction and help with your research, business and employment materials, eBooks, eAudio and eMagazines, PCs and Internet access, space for meetings, study and research, online learning and services with access to over 500 e-learning courses. Printing, scanning and photocopying, workshops, presentations and networking opportunities and language learning are also available.
The service gives you the opportunity to:
  • explore career information, 
  • learn about support available for jobseekers, 
  • develop new skills to boost your CV and job applications, 
  • search and apply for jobs in Ireland and abroad, 
  • research companies and potential suppliers, 
  • develop new skills to plan, start and grow your own business, 
  • research funding sources for small businesses, 
  • explore the market and identify potential customers, 
  • research your competitors and connect with like-minded people 
  • share experiences.
On Thursday, 22nd November there will be a talk on Brendan O’Regan: Irish Visionary, Innovator, Peacemaker in DeValera Public Library, Ennis at 6.30pm. Brian O’Connell and Cian O’Carroll will discuss the life and work of this Clare born innovator.

On Tuesday, 27th November at 10.30am and on Friday, 30th November at 5.30pm Seán Lemass Public Library, Shannon will host Interview Confidence Workshops. Join Jennifer of Jayarel Consulting for a free interview workshop which will focus on what to prepare for interviews, how to handle awkward questions and how to be more confident in interviews.

All events are free of charge and all are welcome. For more information contact the Library at 065-6846350 or visit the Library Events Section at

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