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NatWest Branch Manager Sandra James added: "Both our staff and our customers found this event and the advice and guidance officers provided extremely useful.
Open Days a and evenings give you the opportunity r to talk to the Adult Learning Service tutors and guidance officers about the courses that interest r you and find out more.
As a naval officer, I made three deterrent patrols in a guided missile submarine during 1960-1961 after being a warhead officer and missile guidance officer in the Regulus cruise missile program.
Now the college is encouraging those who have just received their GCSE results to think about their futures, attend open evenings, speak to its guidance officers and find out more about the courses available.
As she told the roundtable participants about the experience of going to the Tyre office to submit her CV, she recalled her surprise when one of the guidance officers immediately helped her to re-write it.
He said employment guidance officers interview between 28-30 job-seekers per day, emphasising that the ministry is keen to provide suitable employment to job-seekers.
Besides, 06 schools were visited by Regional Managers/Managers, Vocational Guidance Officers at Karachi, Hyderabad and Larkana and 06 schools talks were delivered to 400 students regarding vocational guidance for their future career planning.
After meeting Mark Thorpe, the OneDoor information, advice and guidance officer who helped Lorraine to take stock of what she wanted from her career and recognise the skills she already had, she decided to head back to the classroom to learn how to teach others.