Employment and training advice
Service is offering free career advice, personalised information and guidance on learning and training. You can get help with:
- Careers advice
- Job search
- Online applications and CV writing
- Information about programmes such as Kickstart, traineeships or apprenticeships
- Virtual career fairs.
National Careers Service is particularly keen to work with residents who:
- Are aged 18 to 24, and not in education, employment or training
- Have been unemployed for 12 months or more
- Are aged 50+ and at risk of redundancy or unemployed
- Consider themselves to have a disability or learning difficulty
- Are single parents, with at least one dependant child in their household
- Do not hold a level 2 qualification.
How do I get free career advice?
Call the National Careers Service helpline on 0800 100 900 or visit their website.
You can find a wide range of pre-recorded
short webinars on the National Careers Service website to help you to manage your career. Topics include how to apply for a job, support for redundancy and careers in construction.
They also offer adult learning courses, which can help you get back to work, develop new skills and improve your health and wellbeing.