Employment and skills
Whether you are looking to progress your career, gain training, facing redundancy or looking for employment, we can help you to:
- Consider your options and explore new careers
- Explore re-training and future job opportunities
- Identify your strengths and skills
- Establish your goals and plan how to achieve them
- Search and apply for jobs
- Increase your effectiveness at interviews
For more information, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
You may find some of the following links useful:
Community Hubs offer free employment support including FREE access to IT, job searching and applications and signposting to other organisations which can support you. For more information on services, locations and opening times visit the Community Hubs page.
National Careers Service
National Careers Service provides information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work. On their website you can explore careers, complete an assessment to find out about your skills, find a course and gain advice about your career. There is access to an online Skills Toolkit where you can learn digital and numeracy skills at your own pace. For more information visit the National Careers Service website.
Skill Up Somerset
Employment and skills support for individuals, employers and businesses seeking support and information in relation to employment, skills, careers and apprenticeships is being rolled out across Somerset under the Step Up Somerset brand to boost existing provision in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
For more information view the Skill Up Somerset website.
Step Up Somerset
Whether you are searching for your next job opportunity, starting a new career, working on your employability skills or just beginning your journey in the world of work, you will find information and support to help you https://www.stepupsomerset.org.uk/.
Helpful job search websites
Hinkley Point C job search
If you wish to register your interest with the Hinkley Point C Jobs Service and find out about future opportunities on the project, please register your interest online.
Citizen Advice Bureau
Citizen Advice Bureau is an independent charity that provides free, confidential and impartial advice for people who live and work in across the district. For support with Benefits, Redundancy, Housing and Money Matters please contact your local bureau.