The National Careers Service offers you free, impartial advice and guidance to help make career decisions, achieve your goals and to develop the skills you need to find a job.

To make decisions about your future it’s important to know what’s out there and what’s right for you.  Whatever stage you are at in your career, we can help you understand what your skills are and what skills you might need to adapt to new jobs, circumstances and opportunities.

How National Careers Service in Stockport can help you

There are many options open to you when thinking about your next steps, and we will help you to:

  • Explore different careers
  • Complete applications, CV’s and interview skills
  • Change or choose a career/ know how to get into a specific job
  • Find training, learning and funding
  • Deal with redundancy
  • Get back into work

Who is the National Careers Service for?

Citizens – We provide anyone aged 13+ with life long careers information, advice and guidance to help you make good career choices, no matter what point of your career journey you’re at.

Intermediaries – We provide information for parents, teachers, employers, coaches and advisers to support others in their career journey.

Stakeholders – We work with organisations, employers and professional bodies to promote the importance of up to date careers guidance.

Customers can call us on 0800 100 900 from 8am-8pm Monday-Friday, and 10am-5pm on Saturdays, to receive support from our local helpline team and to book an appointment with your local Careers Adviser.

Webchat or email with a local careers adviser by clicking the link below: