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Tara Branagh (Employability Programme)

Tara Branagh was looking to return to work having been a full time stay at home mum until her children started school. She joined the employability programme at the Point based at Kidderminster College to begin her career progression.

Tara began by following the initial four week part time employability programme and joined the Point team on work experience in a reception role.

After three weeks working on reception and gaining confidence with her telephone skills, Tara moved on, securing employment in an administrative role at a local security company.

Tara Branagh joined an Employability Programme at the Point

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