The National Careers Service provides personalised careers information, advice and guidance to assist young people and adults to make informed choices about learning, employment and skills.
Delivered in a flexible way that works around your lifestyle, we provide targeted careers support that helps you identify and address any barriers to getting into, and on in work.
So whether you are out of work, currently working and just need help in making that next move, or facing redundancy and want help updating your CV, our National Careers Service team are able to help.
The National Careers Service can help you with…
- Understanding your skills, interests and motivations
- Finding courses and training
- Accessing the latest local and national labour market information
- Job searching skills, CV writing and interview techniques
Who can access the service?
Our face-to-face services are available for adults aged 19 and over, or if you’re aged 18 and not in education, employment or training.
The National Careers Helpline, website, webchat and text messaging services are available for everyone aged 13 and over.
Get in touch
You can find the National Careers Service at a number of local venues including Jobcentres, community centres, colleges and libraries.
Access our online services at https://nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk/
Call us on 0800 100 900. Lines are open from 8am-10pm every day