As part of our employability commitment, anyone over 16 has access to free advice and support to find employment, education or training.
The Working Wales website offers advice and guidance. If you are looking for work, or are at risk of redundancy, support includes:
- free and impartial careers advice and guidance on Working Wales
- retraining support following redundancy through ReAct on Working Wales
- advice for under 25’s on support to gain a place in education or training, find a job or become self-employed Young Person's Guarantee
- retraining and upskilling support in the Personal Learning Account Programme on Working Wales
- free online courses on Working Wales to update skills and employment prospects
- mentoring and employment support through Communities for Work on Working Wales and Employability Skills Programme
- earn while working and learning with Apprenticeships on Careers Wales
- paid job opportunities for young people with Jobs Growth Wales on Careers Wales and Kickstart on GOV.UK
- work placements for young people through Traineeships on Careers Wales
- peer mentoring with the Out of Work Service
- staying well in work with In Work Support Service on Business Wales and Healthy Working Wales on Public Health Wales
Specialist support is available for those with impairments seeking help into work.
All of the listed services are available to individuals with impairments, providing they meet the eligibility criteria. Speak to an adviser at Working Wales to discuss the options.
Contact Working Wales
Face to face meetings and are also available at a number of locations. Find Careers Centres across Wales listed by local authority.