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We additionally plan to have various articles and other useful material available for Branch Managers and especially for Facilitators. We hope to help facilitators with very good examples of facilitating a Breakfast Session. We have been training Facilitators in the past, but we hope that the website will assist us in this regard.
We also have a basic KIT available on how to start and manage a local branch of Jacob's Well:
- A list of everything you will need to have in place to run a local branch.
- There is a booklet with examples of relevant questions that can be used as "ice breakers" for the Breakfast Sessions.
- All the preforma information forms; example CV's for networking to the local job agents; and examples of announcement pamphlets for the cooperating churches; etc.
- There are also helpful advice on how to identify, connect and manage a local Network for support to jobseekers.
- Videos for motivating local business owners and community leaders to help get a local branch of Jacob's Well going.
- In the very near future we hope to make this kit available for a minimal fee on this website.
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News Room24 November 2017
Waterkloof Glen Branch closing.See Branch Locator for alternatives.
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Testimonial12 March 2017
"Stephan Naude (Branch Manager at our Roodepoort Branch)submitted this Testimonial:
“I had nearly given up on a job search; the market was cruel and saturated and the economy of South Africa did..."