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Skills Assessment | National Careers Service

A skills assessment can be helpful at any stage of your career, like when you: start your career. return to work. progress your career. Transferable skills are a set of skills that you’re good at. You can build them up over time, through work, volunteering, education and life. You can apply these skills to a range of jobs.

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Careers advice - job profiles, information and resources

Posted: (53 years ago) National Careers Service. We provide careers information, advice and guidance. We can help you to make decisions on learning, training and work at all stages in your career. This service is available to people who live in England. Get personalised careers advice and information. Show advice for Changing your career Identifying and building your ...

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Get a job | National Careers Service

Posted: (53 years ago) Deciding to get a job. If you’re not sure whether going straight into work is the right choice for you, you can speak to a careers adviser. They can help you consider: the type of work that would match your skills and interests. the roles that would fit into your long term plans. what you want to get out of a job.

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Social care | Explore careers

Posted: (53 years ago) Nursery assistant, early years educator, pre-school assistant, playgroup assistant, childcare worker. Nursery workers help babies and children up to 5 years old to develop and learn in a safe and supportive setting.

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Skills Health Check | National Careers Service

Posted: (53 years ago) Speak to an adviser. Call 0800 100 900 to speak to an adviser.. We're open: 8am to 8pm Monday to Friday; 10am to 5pm Saturday and bank holidays; We're closed Sunday, Christmas Day and New Year's Day. Webchat. You can also use webchat.. Webchat is unavailable if …

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Explore careers | National Careers Service

Posted: (53 years ago) Explore by job category. Administration. Animal care. Beauty and wellbeing. Business and finance. Computing, technology and digital. Construction and …

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Help | National Careers Service

Posted: (53 years ago) Chat online, call or text an adviser and receive careers information and advice.

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Explore careers | National Careers Service

Posted: (53 years ago) Explore careers. Find out what a job involves and if it's right for you.

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How can we help? | Contact us | National Careers Service

Posted: (53 years ago) Please select an option to help us send your email to the right person. Careers advice and guidance. Courses, training and qualifications. Problems using the website. Give feedback. Other. Tell us why you want to contact us in as much detail as you can. Don’t include any personal or account information. You have 1000 characters remaining.

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Contact us | National Careers Service

Posted: (53 years ago) Contact us. Call 0800 100 900 to speak to an adviser. Lines are available from: 8am - 8pm Monday - Friday. 10am - 5pm Saturday. Calls are free from landlines and most mobile numbers. Please check for possible call charges and freephone numbers . If you do not want to call us, you can also: Chat online.

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Careers advice | National Careers Service

Posted: (53 years ago) The National Careers Service can help you make career decisions throughout your life. From deciding your education route, planning a career change at any age or getting the job that is right for you. Contents. Making career choices. Getting a job. Progressing your career.

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About us | National Careers Service

Posted: (53 years ago) The National Careers Service provides high quality, free and impartial careers advice, information and guidance. Our service is available to anyone aged 13+ no matter what stage of the careers journey you’re at. The video will give you a brief overview of some of the work the National Careers Service does. If playback doesn't begin shortly ...

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A levels | National Careers Service

Posted: (53 years ago) This year, teachers received detailed guidance from exam boards to support them with calculating students’ grades. This means that your teacher was able to calculate your grade using a number of different types of evidence, including mock exams, coursework, essays or in-class tests. If you want to know more about how assessment grades work ...

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Find a course | National Careers Service

Posted: (53 years ago) Search for free courses for jobs to get skills employers need, focusing on qualifications with good job opportunities and pay. Some of these courses are online or part-time, and they're free if you: are aged 19 or over. do not already have a Level 3 qualification. You can visit GOV UK to learn more about whether you're eligible for free courses.

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GCSEs | National Careers Service

Posted: (53 years ago) This means that your teacher was able to calculate your grade using a number of different types of evidence, including mock exams, coursework, essays or in-class tests. If you want to know more about how assessment grades work, you can read the Department for Education’s article on what you need to know about grades in 2021.

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About | National Careers Service

Posted: (53 years ago) About explore careers. Explore careers is the government's careers advice website for England. It provides information and advice to help you make decisions on learning, training and work. The service offers confidential and impartial advice and is supported by qualified careers advisers. The site is maintained by the Department for Education ...

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Application forms | National Careers Service

Posted: (53 years ago) Most job application forms are now online. If you do not have access to the internet, ask at your local library about booking a slot to use a computer. Gather together all the details you’ll need to fill in the application form, for example: your qualifications. your work history. references. To start planning what you’re going to add to ...

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Education advice if you have special educational needs or a …

Posted: (53 years ago) Schools, colleges and universities offer support for students with special educational needs or disabilities. They have to make reasonable adjustments by law. Depending on what you need help with, you might be able to get: a tutor or someone to take notes for you. information in different ways like sign language, braille or large print.

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Government services | Explore careers

Posted: (53 years ago) Policeman, policewoman, police constable. Police officers keep law and order, investigate crime, and support crime prevention.

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Graduate schemes: getting a place | National Careers Service

Posted: (53 years ago) Entry requirements. You’ll usually need at least a 2:1 (upper second-class honours) to get a place on a graduate scheme. Some will allow a 2:2 (lower second-class honours) if you show potential and have a good CV. Some companies only recruit …

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Where to find free online learning | National Careers Service

Posted: (53 years ago) Make sure to check there is definitely no cost before signing up. Some providers to check are: Accenture. Barclays Lifeskills. Barclays Digital Eagles. Linkedin Learning. Pearson (UK Learns) Pluralsight - some free introductory digital skills courses available. Rolls Royce Digital Academy.

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Information sources | National Careers Service

Posted: (53 years ago) Labour market information. This website uses labour market information (LMI) from LMI for All to show data such as average salaries, working hours and predicted growth for different jobs and industries. This data was last updated in 2020, except predicted growth data, which was updated in 2019. LMI for All is funded by the Department for Education.

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Post 16 options | National Careers Service

Posted: (53 years ago) Post 16 options. You can leave school on the last Friday in June if you'll be 16 by the end of the summer holidays. You must then choose whether to: stay in full-time education - for example at school, sixth form college, further education college or University Technical College (UTC) spend 20 hours or more a week working or volunteering while ...

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Results | Find a course | National Careers Service

Posted: (53 years ago) This programme comprises the following modules, with assessment and the percentage breakdown shown alongside: Year 1 Academic and Digital Literacy (Humanities) - 50 percentage coursework; 50 percentage presentation Operational Leadership - 60 percentage coursework; 40 percentage exam Managing People - 100 percentage coursework Marketing - 50 percentage …

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How to write a CV | National Careers Service

Posted: (53 years ago) choose a CV style that fits your situation or one that employers in that sector prefer. use a clear font like Arial, Times New Roman or Calibri, size 11 or bigger. Always use the same style throughout. use headings, bullet points and spacing to break information up to make it easier to read. keep it to 2 sides of A4.

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Get the Jump: explore your education and training choices

Posted: (53 years ago) A careers adviser can help you work out which choice is best for you. If you'd like to chat or get advice about your future, you can use webchat or call us on 0800 100 900 (8am to 8pm Monday to Friday or 10am to 5pm on Saturday).

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Find job vacancies | National Careers Service

Posted: (53 years ago) Job boards. Job boards, like Indeed, Reed and Monster, are websites that list job vacancies. Some boards advertise a broad range of jobs. Some only advertise jobs in a specific industry. Most of these websites allow you to apply online with a digital copy of your CV. You can also include a digital cover letter to support your application.

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Business and finance | Explore careers

Posted: (53 years ago) Council tax officer, business rates officer, income and recovery officer. Revenues and benefits officers work for local councils and deal with housing …

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Publish to the course directory

Posted: (53 years ago) Get help from the Course Directory Support Team. Call 0844 811 5073 or email [email protected] Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm. Find out about call charges.

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Apprenticeships | National Careers Service

Posted: (53 years ago) The 4 different apprenticeship levels are: intermediate: level 2. advanced: level 3. higher: level 4 or 5. degree: level 6 or 7. Apprenticeships also have equivalent educational levels listed on GOV.UK. For example, a level 3 apprenticeship is considered …

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Traineeships | National Careers Service

Posted: (53 years ago) To start a traineeship, you'll need to: be eligible to work in England. have little or no work experience and be unemployed. be aged 16 to 24, or 25 with an education, health and care (EHC) plan. Traineeships can last from 6 weeks up to 1 year, though most last for less than 6 months.

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Webchat | Contact us | National Careers Service

Posted: (53 years ago) National Careers Service. Menu. Explore careers. Skills assessment. Find a course. Contact us. Action plans. Careers advice. beta Complete Ipsos MORI survey to …

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Salary information | National Careers Service

Posted: (53 years ago) LMIforall provides (the most recently available) Gross Weekly Pay Data (average, median and decile) for one year based on a combination of data from ASHE (Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings) and the Labour Force Survey (LFS). The salary data is organised around the Standard Occupational Classification (SOC2010 4-digit categories).

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National government administrative occupations | Explore careers ...

Posted: (53 years ago) Qualification level. Explore the typical qualification level held by people in this job group. This can help you to see what sorts of skills and training you might need. Level 6. The majority of people employed in this role will hold a BA/BSc degree with honours, degree apprenticeship, graduate diploma or level 6 NVQ.

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Care worker | Explore careers | National Careers Service

Posted: (53 years ago) Care worker Alternative titles for this job include Care assistant, support worker, nursing home assistant. Care workers help vulnerable people to manage their daily activities and to live as independently as possible.

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Action plans | National Careers Service

Posted: (53 years ago) Action plans. Taking the next step in your career can sometimes feel overwhelming. It’s helpful to break down a big decision into small steps that you can do one at a time.

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Get in touch - Publish to the course directory

Posted: (53 years ago) Telephone: 0844 811 5073. Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm (except public holidays)

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