We provide expert help to students planning their next steps after they leave school.
We provide expert help to students planning their next steps after they leave school. Our friendly and professional team know exactly what opportunities are out there for young people, and how to get into them. We are already working in partnership with over 150 schools, but if your school has not already arranged for Career Connect to come in and work with you, ask them to contact us and we can help you take your next steps.
We can offer you:
Careers interviews to help you identify your goal and make it happen
Links to local employers for work experience, internships and other opportunities
Help with applications for university, work, apprenticeships and various courses or funding
Fun and engaging group sessions to help you prepare your next steps
Preparation for psychometric tests, assessment centres, interviews and job search
We use the very latest information and resources to help you make a success of your career.
To find out how we can help call or email Call Carmel Skidmore or Chloe Elliot
Get help to secure a job that’s right for you from our National Careers Service team
You can get support from one of our National Careers Service team to identify your skills, seek out those hidden vacancies, write a winning CV or prepare for your interview.
We have an expert team of professionals who help people like you every day, to get into work or training. Our team can guide you on where to find work, what qualifications you’ll need, how to present yourself as the best candidate for the job and what to expect on your first day.
It’s a free service to adults age 18+ and you can arrange to see someone face to face to talk through your next steps, or alternatively work with an NCS Adviser over the phone or via email.
To find out how we can help call or email To book an appointment with a National Careers Service Adviser call Emma on:
Our expert team of National Careers Service Advisers will help you plan and prepare your pathway!
There are lots of reasons why people take time out from work and our expert team of National Careers Service Advisers will help you plan and prepare your pathway back into a job that’s right for you. We will work with you to identify your strengths, your skills and your areas of interest so that you can decide which route to take. You might want to consider some training, or to brush up your basic skills first. We have information on a wide range of opportunities to help you move forward with your plans and make sure that your return to work goes as smoothly as possible.
We understand you will have questions and maybe some concerns, but you can talk to one of our friendly team about each aspect of your plan so that you can ensure you are heading in the right direction.
To find out how we can help call or email Arrange an appointment over the telephone or face to face on:
Maybe you are unsure which course to apply for, what qualifications you will need to get in?
Our professional Careers Advisers are experts in helping people to plan their university pathway. Maybe you are unsure which course to apply for, what qualifications you will need to get in, or what jobs would be open to you when you graduate?
We understand how daunting it can be to decide which course to apply for, how you will fund your education and what to expect when you get there. Our Careers Advisers are based in over 150 schools, and they’re ready to guide you through the process. They’re fully qualified and keep up to date with the latest trends and opportunities in Higher Education, so call into see your Career Connect Adviser in school, or if your school has not already arranged for Career Connect to come in and work with you, ask them to contact us and we can help you take your next steps.
To find out how we can help call or email Carmel Skidmore or Chloe Elliott
Some people need a little bit of extra help from a professional who understands their position.
Some people need a little bit of extra help from a professional who understands their position and knows how to help break down barriers to work or learning. Our expert Careers Advisers, Case Managers and Coaches are trained to work with all people, to help them to move forward into a job or learning. We also provide specialist services to people who need some extra support. This includes young people who are disengaged or NEET, people who have a history of offending, young people with special educational needs, teenage parents and young carers.
We know the journey into a successful career isn’t always a straightforward path for everyone, so we have friendly and understanding team who can help get you on the right path and work through any difficulties you’re facing. Contact Career Connect to talk about what you need.
To find out how we can help call or email one of our advisers:
Our National Careers Service works with adults at all stages of their career to help plan their next steps.
Our National Careers Service works with adults at all stages of their career, to help them to make the most of their situation and plan their next steps. People facing redundancy can take the opportunity to reconsider what to do next or take a step back and make the switch to a new career. There is lots of support, including funding to help people who want to retrain.
We also work with employers who want to give their workforce a helping hand from our team of outplacement professionals. We will bring our team into your place of work to help your staff manage their career through the redundancy process. We can provide the very latest in career management resources so that your staff are enabled to succeed when they leave you.
To find out how we can help call or email To find out how we can help call or email to book a digital, telephone or face to face appointment with our National Careers Service Adviser Emma
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