Young people (16-24 year-olds)

For all the support you need to take your next step into employment or training.

Young people (16-24 year-olds)

Information that can help

The web links below give you information about the brilliant support available to you if you are between 16 and 24 years old and looking to make a step towards a great career.

College Courses on a light blue background
Find out how to contact your local college here, they offer a wide range of exciting education and training opportunities that you can study on a full-time or part-time basis.
Apprenticeships on a light blue background
To find out more about apprenticeships and earning while you learn, who can help and where to look.
Higher Education
Find out more about going into Higher Education, including choosing where to go and what to study at study at College or University, and the financial support available.
National Careers Service on a light blue background
If you need to talk about careers choices or brush up on your CV and interview skills then NCS are there to help. Their career tools can help you with your choices on careers, training and work.
The Prince's Trust on a light blue background
The Prince's Trust offers young people a variety of different opportunities that confidence and can lead to jobs
It has never been more important to get the IT Skills needed for work. Lancashire's Digital Skills Partnership can help with free training.
Start your own business on a light blue background
Are you based in Lancashire and planning to start your own business? Get free support to help your new business succeed.
A Traineeship is a pre-employment course acting as a stepping stone to help you get into work as you develop your skills.
Find local training & job opportunities as well as wellbeing support at your nearest Youth Hub

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