Jobs, Careers & Skills

Jobs, Careers & Skills

Links to local and national resources, providing information and advice on issues relating to jobs, careers and skills.

For further assistance, please take a look at our How to… Guides, which includes information on using Universal Jobsearch.

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CVs and Covering Letters

Website: https://nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk/advice/getajob/cvs

National Careers Service tool for building a CV and help with writing covering letters.

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Do-it

Website: http://www.do-it.org

The UK’s national volunteering database which can be used to search for volunteering opportunities.

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Halton & St. Helens Voluntary and Community Action

Website: http://www.haltonsthelensvca.org.uk

Supporting local voluntary organisations and volunteers.

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Roomoo

Website: https://www.roomoo.co.uk

Created by young people for young people, Roomoo aims to help 16-25 year olds to find work, training opportunities and advice.

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Starting Point

Website: http://www.thestartingpoint.org

Local guidance and information on Jobs, education and training.

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St. Helens Adult and Community Learning

Website: http://www.sthelens.gov.uk/adultlearning

Local adult learning courses including maths, English and computers.

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St. Helens Council Arts Service

Website: http://www.sthelens.gov.uk/arts

Local community arts service working with partners to develop arts in the borough.

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Volunteering England

Website: http://www.volunteering.org.uk

Volunteering opportunities, resources, policies and information.

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