Employment Training and Advice
Below are the details of loads of local and national employment training schemes.
They can teach you the skills you need to go out and get a job and will support you while you do it.
Further education at a college can also help you to get a job in the future - click the link on the right for more information.
Work experience is very important for improving your CV, learning new skills and building confidence in your abilities in the world of work.
Placements are usually unpaid and last a week or two (although they can be longer or shorter).
A lot of schools set time aside during Year 10 to do a work experience but you can organise a placement at any time of the year and at any age! If you are in school, then try to find out who the schools' work experience coordinator is and see what they can do to help you!
Applying for work experience is a lot like applying for a job and you should work on your CV and write a cover letter.
Below is a list of websites with information about work experiences and how to get a placement!
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