The service provides careers information, advice and guidance to young people in Salford who are aged 13-24 (and up to 25 for young people with learning difficulties and disabilities). It works with targeted groups of young people who are either not in education, employment and training, or who are at risk of not participating in education, employment and training when they leave school or college. The service includes:

  • Help to those seeking employment/Apprenticeships, including the skills to access opportunities, such as how to complete application forms, write a C.V. and handle interviews
  • Specialist support for young people aged 13–25 with learning difficulties and disabilities
  • Help to clients facing issues relating to social, health and welfare problems, including housing, finance, pregnancy, drugs and alcohol

You can get information, advice and guidance at Career Connect or at one of our centres.