About us

Adviza is a registered charity that inspires and supports young people and adults to progress in learning and work. We aim to raise people's aspirations and motivate them to achieve their full potential. Read more


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Adapted Team programme launches in Berkshire

As the latest Prince's Trust Team programme launches in Berkshire, read how we have transferred it online. Read more

Adviza employee achieves first-ever Career Development Professional apprenticeship

Lucy Warner has become the first person to pass the new Career Development Professional apprenticeship. Read more

Adviza employee shortlisted for Careers Adviser of the Year award

We are delighted to announce that Lucy Warner has been shortlisted for a UK Career Development Award. Read more

Adviza hosts virtual breakfast meeting for Berkshire employers

We're holding a virtual breakfast meeting on 9th June for Berkshire employers to learn more about the BEEP programme. Read more

Adviza launches new schools service for post-pandemic era

Announcing our new careers information, advice and guidance service for schools. Read more

Adviza launches talent retention service

Free business support service to help employers retain talent and safeguard jobs for post-pandemic business recovery. Read more

Adviza rated excellent again for supply chain management

We are delighted to increase our previous Excellent grade by a further 5% for our management of our supply chain partners. Read more

Adviza retains matrix Standard accreditation

Recent review finds that we continue to meet the matrix Standard for high quality information, advice and guidance. Read more

Adviza shortlisted for two Charity Times Awards

We're delighted to announce that two of our hard-working teams have been shortlisted for 2021 Charity Times Awards. Read more

Ageism in the workplace: Why we need to talk about menopause

Adviza's Julie Kelford gives a personal account of her menopause and suggest ways that employers can help. Read more

Announcing the Berkshire Education Employer Partnership

The new BEEP employability programme aims to align young people and employers in Berkshire. Read more


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Apply for a bursary

We have a bursary scheme in place so that those who are eligible can get our paid-for services free of charge. Read more

BEEP: transforming futures in Berkshire

On the launch of our new BEEP employability programme, Sarah Jackson describes the benefits it will bring. Read more

Berkshire Employers: here’s how you can help keep future talent in the county

James Hobson explains how local employers can benefit by supporting the BEEP programme. Read more