Do you need some support to help you move forward into education or employment?
Below is a range of links, programmes and organisations who can support you if are not sure what to do next.
If you are aged 16-17 and not in employment, education or training then contact us to speak to one of our Employment & Education advisers at Young Work Wiltshire (a free service provided by Wiltshire Council).
We will help you to plan your next steps, prepare to get a job, or find and apply for the right apprenticeship, course and training, register below.
Young People Provision
A list of opportunities and programmes that can support you into employment, education or training.
The link below has information for: carers, care leavers, those with Special Education Needs or Disabilities, those with convictions and mental health care, along with other relevant support which is available locally.
Most people (1 in 4) will experience problems with their mental health but there is support available. If you are feeling anxious, stressed or experiencing poor mental health see what help you can access on the link below.
Studying can be quite costly and not just from course fees but also from day to day living costs. See what financial student support there is for those studying Further or Higher Education courses
Parent Zone provides information to help parents/carers support young people in making the right decision about study and work.
Alternatively, if you have questions click on the National Careers Service logo to open webchat.