Not in work and looking for a job?

Whatever support you need, there will be support in Lancashire to help you find a job


Information that can help

The links below give you information about help to get into employment or signpost you to organisations who can help you with steps toward a job.

So, whatever type of support you need, you will be able to find something to suit you.  Just decide if you want to simply brush up on a few things (like a CV or a covering letter),  if you need more support with your journey or you need some help with your health & wellbeing, then have a look at the offers below and visit the links that interest you.

Escalate is an on line tool to help you get started on your journey into work. Answer a few simple questions and it will search through a database of over 100 projects to find the support local to you, that meets your needs.
Job Centre Plus is here to help with information about jobs to apply for right now, and has hints and tips on applying for jobs.
Preparing you for work with local employers with live vacancies. Additional support to help people at vulnerable points in their lives get into new jobs.
Need help with your CV or interview skills? The National Careers Service provide information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions about learning, training and work.
The Skills Toolkit offers free online courses, tools and resources to help you improve your digital and numeracy skills.
It has never been more important to get the Digital Skills needed for employment. Lancashire's Digital Skills Partnership can help with free training.
Looking for higher level skills to kickstart your new career and gain that new job?
Skills Swap has opportunities in sectors that need new people due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
There is extra support available to help you get into work if you're disabled, have a long-term condition or mental health problems.
Are you based in Lancashire and planning to start your own business? Get free support to help your new business succeed.
If you want to improve your chances of finding work by developing new skills Lancashire’s colleges offer a wide range of exciting education and training opportunities that you can study on a full- or part-time basis.

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