Leading careers advice service, Inspira has close its centres to the public in Lancashire and Cumbria in order to help the country contain the Covid19 disease and protect people.
“Here at Inspira we provide crucial services to help unemployed people and vulnerable adults and young people get back into work, education or training,” said Mark Bowman. “However, these unprecedented events mean we all need to play our part in helping to contain the virus and to keep everyone safe.”
“As a charity, we will continue to help adults and young people through online and phone appointments,” continued Mark. “I also really encourage people to follow us on social media like Twitter and Facebook as we will be publishing further information on different ways we can help people who are unemployed or sadly lost their job, over the coming weeks.”
Inspira implemented a digital first strategy late last year in a bold move to ensure the charity continues to be relevant in the changing world.
“I am pleased we had the infrastructure and foundations in place,” said Mark. “It has meant we have been able to quickly roll out home-working and ensures our clients can contact us wherever they might be and wherever we are.”
Inspira delivers a number of careers advice services and pre-employment programmes across Cumbria and Lancashire.
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