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Jobs, skills and training
Develop your skills through our range of courses and see how we can help you find a new job or apprenticeship.
We understand how important it is to find the right career path for you. And we’ll be with you every step of the way.
Whether you’re a Clarion resident or not, we can help you develop your work, business and digital skills.
We provide free training and employment support tailored to your needs, as well as grants to get you started in your new role and ongoing assistance to help you succeed.
You can also benefit from our dedicated support to help you set up your own business, with help and guidance on anything from drafting a business plan and marketing your business to getting funding and grants.
Meet Jess – new business owner
See how we helped Jess start her own business, and find out how we can help you.
How we can help
Whether you’re worried about redundancy, looking for your first job, returning to work after a break, or taking the next step in your career, we can support you. We can even help you start your own business.
Our Guideline team provides experienced advisors who can help you explore career pathways, search for vacancies, create or update your CV, and prepare for interviews.
To find out how we can help you, please complete our simple online form and one of our Guideline team will get in touch with you.Contact us
How we helped in 2019-20
- 3,834 people supported into work.
- 254 people placed into apprenticeships.
- 208 people helped to start their own business.
- 6,000+ training sessions.
Grants for work and business
- Re:Work - up to £150 for a new job.
- Re:Train - up to £1,000 for career-related training.
- Business Start Up - up to £1,000 for starting or growing a business.
- Business Re:Work - up to £250 for becoming self-employed.
Digital skills checker
Try our simple, online game and see how you could improve your digital skills.
Test your knowledge on a range of digital skills, including using email, safe online shopping and searching for jobs online.
You’ll be able to see how you can develop your skills and even request training suited to you.
Digital skills courses
We run personal and work-related digital skills courses, so you can improve your skills whether you’re looking for a new job or just want to get online safely at home.
There are drop-in classes, workshops and accredited courses, with many available online. Plus, in the next few months, you’ll be able to take classes via Microsoft Teams or Zoom.
- online CVs and job searching
- Microsoft Word and Excel
- device management and maintenance
- social media basics
- internet safety.
“Without digital skills I was feeling left behind. Now I’m able to keep in touch with people, create documents and manage my money.”
Darren’s apprenticeship story
Darren is one of the thousands of residents to benefit from our support, training and opportunities. See how an apprenticeship transformed Darren’s career.