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Local advice and support

The Whitehawk Inn

The centre offers a wide range of courses, as well as help and advice about work and volunteering opportunities. Call 01273 682222.

www.whinn.org.uk

 The Bridge

The Bridge is based in Moulsecoomb and offers a range of courses and support to get into work, including a weekly job club where you can find local vacancies and get help with your CV. Call 01273 687053.

www.thebridgebrighton.com

 The following websites contain useful information about looking for work, jobs, volunteering and training:

 nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk

The National Careers Service provides information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work opportunities. The service offers confidential and impartial advice supported by qualified careers advisers. You can also call their helpline on 0800 100900.

 www.mylifebh.org.uk

The Brighton & Hove My Life Directory contains both local and national resources to support you to get back into work.

 www.womenlikeus.org.uk

This website is specifically aimed at women who are looking to return to the workplace after having children.

 www.communitybase.org

The site lists local jobs with charities, community groups, local government and health services. You can also view volunteering opportunities.

 www.communityworks.org.uk

Volunteering opportunities with local services and groups and support for volunteers.

 www.ageuk.org.uk

The website supports older people who are looking to return to the workplace.

www.digitalunite.com

The site offers a variety of guides and support information to improve your computer skills and boost your digital confidence.

The preparing for work assement is a useful tool to see what the next steps are and identify any employability gaps.  

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