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Nail buffs are being encouraged to apply for a brand new nail technician course at West College Scotland’s Hair and Beauty salons, based at their Paisley campus.
The Invest in Renfrewshire business team were drumming up interest last week with a visit to St James’ Business Centre in Linwood.
Several positions will be opened up at local community project Kibbleworks’ as the OsKar’s project continues.
With support from the European Social Fund, Kibbleworks provide employment, work experience and training for young adults between the ages of 16 and 24 who are presently unemployed. The OsKar’s project uses unwanted household materials from the waste stream to the benefit of the environment and the local community, to help reduce waste, and train local young people. Items are then refurbished and sold to members of the public, especially to low income families.
A bunch of Renfrewshire young people are combating the problem of youth unemployment by taking part in The Recruit, a council-run employment programme run in the local area.