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National Careers Service - top tips

They provide information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work.

National Careers Service

Did you know that the National Careers Service is a free service that adults can access for information, advice and guidance about careers, courses and work?

Here are some of the ways they can help you: 

  1. Advice line 
    You can speak with a careers advisor on 0800 100 900  from 8am to 8pm Monday to Friday and 10am to 5pm on Saturday. Calls are free from landlines and most mobile numbers.  
     
  1. Help to get a job 
    Their website covers every stage of job hunting, including how to find vacancies, make effective applications and improve your interview technique. Visit the National Careers Servicefor more details. 
     
  1. Identify your skills and interests 
    Use their ‘Skills assessment’ page to assess your strengths and the types of jobs that might be suitable for you. 
     
  1. Find out about new careers 
    If you’d like to know more about different careers, their ‘Explore careers’ page has over 800 job profiles, which include helpful pointers on how to get started. 
     
  1. Search for a course 
    Use their ‘Find a course’ page to locate colleges and training providers in your area. 

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