Find Work in Worcestershire

Supporting Services

National Careers Service

The National Careers Service provides information, advice and guidance across England to help you make decisions on learning, training and work. The service offers confidential and impartial advice and is supported by qualified careers advisers. Their website has online career tools to help you make decisions about careers, learning and work. You can view over 800 job profiles describing what each job entails, including:

  • what the entry requirements are
  • what you'll do
  • what the working hours are
  • how much you'll usually get paid

You can also use the A-Z job profile list or use the search bar if you've got a job profile in mind.

Visit the National Careers Service (link opens in a new window)

Skills health check

Try the Skills health check to assess your strengths and personality type and get ideas about what kind of jobs could suit you.

Skills health check (link opens in a new window)

Building Better Opportunities

Building Better Opportunities (BBO) is designed to help local people move closer to or into employment, improve lives and secure the future prosperity of Worcestershire. With dedicated one to one support from one of Fusions 16 Job Coaches across Worcestershire, they design a personal package of support based on an individual’s needs and circumstances. By recognising and building on their strengths, you can gain the skills and confidence to enter the world of work. For more information visit the link below:

Building Better Opportunities (link opens in a new window)

Libraries and Learning

Libraries and Learning are able to offer a wide variety of courses for adults 19 years or over. Whether you are looking to improve your work prospects or want to learn for personal development, we provide access to formal and informal learning activities that you can choose from. Start building on your future today and find a course to begin your learning journey.

Adult and Family Learning Courses as the Library (link opens in a new window)

For more information about the programmes and training opportunities available to adults:

Visit the Adult Education section of the website

The Prince's Trust

The Prince's trust works with young people aged 11-30 who are unemployed or struggling at school. They offer advice and support in finding employment, starting a business and provide funding streams for education and training. For more information visit the link below:

The Prince's Trust (link opens in a new window)