It’s time to move on and take up
new challenges, new skills, new opportunities • Do you want to make real changes in your working life? • Are you a workplace rep who needs access to careers help for your members? If you answer “yes” to either of these questions then get the support you need.
It’s your call on 08000 92 91 90 Lines open seven days a week, 8am to 10pm
For free, impartial, confidential careers advice
are open seven days 08000 92 91 90 Lines a week, 8am to 10pm
Yes, you can now phone a friendly, professional adviser. That adviser will understand the needs of union members looking for new opportunities. • You might want to restart or refresh your working life. Is so, the adviser can give you information on over 950,000 courses – one of which will probably suit you. • To turn things around, you may need financial help. The advice line can help you seek any funding that might be available. • If you’re a person with disabilities, there’s help for you to make access to learning easier.
But, as you’re taking on the career change challenge, there’s more... • Your adviser can direct you to a service that contains over 700 different job profiles. One will almost certainly suit you. • You will then be able to identify your key skills and decide what new career options might be open to you. • Then, if you want to reveal your talents to a prospective employer, you can get help with a CV builder, preparing for interviews and writing a covering letter.
• You can also get advice on finding childcare whilst learning.
You can also find all of this online at:
• And you can get help in nine different languages.
Published on Mar 16, 2012
The unionlearn learning and careers advice service is free, impartial and confidential and helps people to develop new skills, improve their...