We offer careers advice and guidance to young people and adults (National Careers Service). Our careers advisors are independent – and best of all it’s completely free.
Our careers advisors are qualified guidance professionals, with years of experience, who are dedicated to helping people to progress successfully into education, employment or training by providing impartial information, advice and guidance that is fully integrated, accessible and highly regarded. Our careers service is fully accessible to all students and the wider community– and it’s completely free – and is available at all of our main campuses.
You can request a call back from one of our careers advisors by filling in the form below. Alternatively you can contact the government’s careers advice line for teenagers.
If you have additional needs or a disability there may be support available to help you get into work. Our fact sheet: Work schemes and programmes for employers and jobseekers gives more details.
Interested in discovering what your earning potential may be in different careers? Take a look at our Careers Explorer.
Working is important not just to earn money but to help boost self-esteem, foster independence and help you meet new people. Take a look at our fact sheet: Why work? for more information.