Over the last few weeks we have been carrying out the first of this years free member workshops. Our aim this year is to introduce you to as many interesting and varied venues in and around the West Kent area. Last week was the turn of the Old Tonbridge Fire Station for our CV workshop. A great workshop was had by all and some lovely feedback, thank you.
 “It’s really refreshing to see you both taking the time out to meet people face to face and get to know them (I have not had that experience with recruiters before).”

This week we are heading back to school and will be meeting more of the talented Ten2two community at Bromley College this time to talk about the changing landscape of digital and social media and how it is used within the workplace.

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