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Jobs, careers and skills

You might be interested in the following jobs, careers and skills information


Looking for a job? Advice and guidance on work, training, help finding education funding, and studying abroad.

Bradford Libraries Work Clubs

Bradford Libraries are helping unemployed people in their search for work. Unemployed people actively seeking work can drop into our free work clubs (run in partnership with Job Centre Plus) where they can learn basic computer skills, create or update their CV, log onto Universal Jobmatch, and set up an email account.

Education Advice Service for Adults

The Learning Shop is here to help you with information, advice and guidance on all aspects of learning and work. Our service is totally free and confidential, and suitable for all adult groups and individuals. We have skilled and friendly advisors to help you. We hold a wide range of information on adult learning opportunities and career paths. In addition assessment programmes are available to help decide what is best for you.

Volunteering Bradford

Ever thought about volunteering? It is great way to meet new people, have fun, fill in gaps on a CV, learn new skills and build a stronger community. There are over 3,120 choices here in Bradford to suit your skills and lifestyle. If you can spare even an hour once a month then there may be a role for you.

Information last updated 14 December 2015

National information


Information about apprenticeships for apprentices, employers, parents and teachers.

Be my interviewer

If you worry about interview nerves then this site will help. You can choose the interviewer, including some famous faces. Focus on different topics and practice your perfect answers.

Finding a job

Official jobseekers pages on GOV.UK. Use Find a Job to search and applies for vacancies. You will also find information about moving from benefits into work, and your rights at work.


Courses and qualifications ranging from english, maths and IT to employability skills as well as vocational qualifications. Some courses are free depending on your eligibility.

National Careers Service

Provides information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work opportunities. Useful tools include a Skills Health Check, and a CV Builder, along with information on redundancy, returning to work after having children or as an older worker, and working overseas.


Careers, courses and job opportunities for graduates.┬áRegister to access the Prospects Career Planner, matching your skills and experience to relevant jobs.


Information on volunteering from The National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO). Search for an opportunity or find support and resources.