New Skills

Employed or unemployed life needs to be a continuous learning experience. New skills make you more employable, they can change your perspective on the world and help you meet more people. Learning to be a chef or completing a bookkeeping course not only opens doors to employment and self-employment, these skills can be used in your everyday life. Always aim to be learning something new. Reaching goals and milestones subconsciously builds self-confidence as well as adding to your chances of finding paid employment.

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Looking for a top PA or Office support staff? We source the best candidates in London and work across all industries accommodating most budgets.

Since its launch in 2006, the Sunday Mail Young ScotAwards has celebrated the inspirational contributions of thousands of young Scots who have made a real difference to communities across Scotland.

For the past ten years the Young Scot Awards have been a phenomenal success, recognising the amazing achievements of some of Scotland’s truly remarkable young people. The awards shine a light on the positive contributions young people make every day and provide a fantastic opportunity to see their efforts and dedication celebrated.

Talk about your pension options

Book an appointment to get free and impartial guidance face to face. We'’ll talk about your pension options and what you can do next. Appointments last for forty five minutes. 

We are here to provide specialist employment law advice to employees and individuals who need to know their rights are protected if things go wrong or unexpected issues crop up that need explaining and resolving.

Employment law solicitors in Manchester

We offer no obligation, free initial consultations where you can meet the solicitor who would be dealing with your matter and discuss your problem in confidence with them. 

The Colchester Advice Network (CAN) is an email advice service provided by Colchester Citizens Advice and supported by eight other partner agencies. We cover debt, employment, housing and welfare benefits advice.

The service is now only delivered by Citizens Advice Colchester due to funding. 

As an adult, it can be tough taking the first step back into education, especially if you struggle with a long-term health problem or disability or if you're looking after someone else.

But learning something new is a great way to get out of the house, boost your self-esteem and meet new people. Learning of course doesn't even have to have a specific outcome; it can be a rewarding end in and of itself. And the even better news is that there are a number of different routes back into education specifically tailored to suit adult learners.

You are never too old to learn. Learning something new or improving your existing skills is becoming increasingly popular with older people and there are lots of opportunities out there for you to try, many of them free of charge.

The North East Combined Authority (NECA) has a number of exciting upcoming job opportunities for Employment Coaches to join the North East Mental Health Trailblazer project. All staff will be employed by Northumberland County Council. The roles will provide intensive and tailored support to help out-of-work benefit claimants with mental health conditions into employment. Staff will be based with Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) teams across Northumberland, North Tyneside, Newcastle, Gateshead, South Tyneside, Sunderland and County Durham.

+44 (0) 191 2787 878

Liverpool is going places. In the next four years we will have 12 new schools, 20,000 new jobs and 5,000 new homes. That’s a pledge from Joe Anderson, Liverpool’s first elected Mayor.

We are a major employer in the area with over 600 staff.  We are fully accredited with Investor in People, committed to equality of opportunity and see staff development as a vital part in meeting the needs of our workforce and the local community.  Our current pay policy statement is available in the 'Application Forms & Documents' menu below.

Our Council is an ambitious and exciting place to work. We want to continue to be a high performing Council with motivated employees who are proud to work here and make a difference to people's lives. We need to use our resources wisely and draw on and develop the talent and skills we have in the organisation to be even better than we are in everything that we do.

+44 (0) 120 6282 222

It's useful to know your rights at work, as well as some of the legislation which is there to protect them. Here's our quick guide to help you understand the basics.

Citizens Advice offers you a page with a full list of your rights at work, comprising from basic rights and contracts, to holiday pay, sick pay, parental rights, flexible working and agency workers. Visit the website to find available all of this information and more.

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