Free careers advice online and over the phone
3rd Apr 2020
The National Careers Service is adapting the way it delivers careers advice to ensure it can continue to provide an uninterrupted service to thousands of citizens across the South West and Oxfordshire Region during the coronavirus pandemic.
The National Careers Service provides free, professional and impartial advice on getting a new job, changing careers, training, education and the labour market; support which is available to anyone aged 13+ and living in England. Whilst the face-to-face service is currently unavailable, individuals can continue to access that support using a multitude of alternative channels, including webchat, over the telephone, via video call, and through social media.
Maninder Hayre, Head of Delivery, National Careers Service South West and Oxfordshire said; “Whether someone is needing support to find a short-term job, looking for a new career, or looking to build confidence and assess their skills, we have qualified advisers here to support them.
“At this time, there is also a great deal of opportunity to explore online learning. Our advisers are best placed to help individuals identify the right learning opportunity and have access to thousands of courses and training providers.”
Our free service can support individuals to:
- Build confidence
- Complete a skills assessment
- Review/update their CV
- Develop online interview skills
- Identify online training opportunities
- Get new qualifications
- Plan the next steps of their career
The National Careers Service is completely free of charge, and accessible to anyone aged 13+ and living in England. To access the service, call 0800 100 900 or visit https://nationalcareers.service.gov.uk.
Adviza is the Prime Contractor for the National Careers Service in the South West and Oxfordshire.
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