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Supporting Young People

National Careers Service:  Supporting Young People

Getting professional support from an experienced adviser can make a real difference to young people facing some big decisions.  The service is delivered by friendly, professional and impartial careers advisers with a background in supporting young people.

Young people can get help and advice in a variety of ways, with the most popular being over the telephone, or online via a web-chat.

Online information includes:

  • • job profiles
  • • job market information
  • • Skills Health Check
  • • CV advice and support
  • • funding advice
  • • course information

Webchat: is available from 8am to 10pm, seven days a week

Follow-up calls are available to find out how things went, and to offer further advice.

Young people can also e-mail a question using an internet form, get basic information sent to a mobile by text (SMS: 07766 4 13 2 19) and join in moderated chat-rooms and message-boards with their peers.

To find out more about how the National Careers Service can help you, visit

www.nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk or call 0800 100 900

 

Download our free app – CareerAdvice

This includes an interactive careers toolkit to help you to develop a CV, search for work and prepare for an interview. There are also audio top tips, learners’ stories, job profiles, feature articles and even graphic novels.

The app can be downloaded for free from Google Play for Android users and from the Apple Store for Apple customers.

 

Connect with the National Careers Service