There are lots of places you can go to for information and advice about getting into education, employment and training.
Contact student services at your local sixth form or college
They can give you information and advice on a wide range of subjects including education and training options, careers, finance, transport, accommodation, childcare and additional support.
Help You Choose website
Visit www.helpyouchoose.org, an information, guidance and careers guidance website for young people in Norfolk, to find out about your options. You can watch videos to help you find and apply for apprenticeships and jobs. You'll also find links to other websites to help with your research.
Visit your local Jobcentre Plus
At your local Jobcentre you can find out about jobs in your area or get help and support applying for work. Find your local Jobcentre.
If you have a disability, you can also get help at the Jobcentre from a disability employment adviser.
Contact the National Careers Service
The National Careers Service has careers information about over 800 different jobs, advice on planning your career, courses, learning and getting a job.
You can contact advisers every day, between 8am - 10pm. Calls are free from a landline. If you are calling from a mobile, you can ask an adviser to ring you back.
Call us on 0344 800 8022. We will take your name and a few details about you, before referring you for help from a guidance adviser.
Keeping in touch
We are required to keep in regular contact with you, until you are 19-years-old, to offer support to help you get into education, training or work. This means that from time to time we will contact you, just to check things are going well.