Career advice

The career advice service gives support on how to improve your skills and job prospects.

Have you just finished college or university and are considering your next move? Are you looking to change your career but don't quite know how to go about it? Have you been out of work for a while and are in need of some great job-hunting tips?

Trained advisors from the National Careers Service provide information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work opportunities.

Improve your skills, your job and your future – let us show you how:

  • produce a winning CV
  • skills diagnosis
  • voluntary work
  • application form filling
  • job search techniques
  • learning or training
  • labour market information
  • college course

If you are aged 20+ come and see a National Careers Service adviser.

To book an appointment, call the National Careers Service on 020 3714 8350. For advice on learning and work, call 0800 100 900 or visit the National Careers Service website.

What is a National Careers Service advice session?

A National Careers Service adviser will help you with producing a winning CV, application form filling, job search techniques, learning or training, labour market information and college courses.

Who can book for the sessions?

The advice sessions are open to people of 20 years of age and above.

When are the sessions held?

The sessions are held on Thursdays and Fridays:

How long does a session last?

Each session lasts between 30 and 45 minutes.

Can people make more than one appointment?

Yes.

In consultation with the adviser, customers will be able to book follow-up appointments provided there are free slots.

Where are the sessions held?

The sessions are held in the Community Space at Kensington Central Library and in the Walker Room at Chelsea Library.

How to book?

Call the National Careers Service on 020 3714 8350