CAREERS ADVICE

Where can I get careers advice?

Starting a career can be intimidating, but thankfully there are lots of places you can get some advice. Listed below are some of the resources you can use to find help in finding your perfect job.


Below are some good places to find advice:

Ansbury Guidance – Careers advice – Poole, North Dorset, Weymouth

The College – Careers and education advice – Bournemouth and Poole

Government National Careers service – National

BCP Skills and Learning – Careers and education advice – Bournemouth, Poole and Dorset

Armed Forces – Careers in the military advice – National

Jobcentre Plus – Advice on jobs and education and financial support - National


Most places offering you careers advice will ask you to come in for a chat and get an idea of what you would like to do. From there they will be able to look into your options and direct you towards a job or vocational training.

PLEASE BE AWARE - We have made every effort to list the most up to date information and web addresses for you, but below are links to other providers of the sort that have been described above. Innovate Dorset Ltd takes no responsibility or has any control over the content published on their websites or cookies/data each site may collect on you or your use. Use of these addresses is solely your responsibility, if unsure of any web address listed on this or any other site you should seek a contact address from your own browser search.

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