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Careers guidance

Resources to help you plan your career.

1 Overview

Our Careers Team can provide free information, advice, guidance and support if you:

  • live in West Sussex
  • are aged 16-18, or 16-25 with an Education, Health and Care plan (EHCP)
  • are not in employment, education or training.

We can also help if you are working fewer than 16 hours a week or studying part time (for example retaking Maths or English GCSE), but not on a full time college course.

We can meet you at a local FindItOut centre, Children and family centre or library. We can also visit you at home, as long as there is an adult present.

We can help you to:

  • assess what you want to do next
  • recognise your skills, strengths and ambitions
  • find out about opportunities, including education, apprenticeship, employment, traineeship, further training and volunteering
  • develop a plan to help you achieve your goals, and keep on track with that plan
  • create a CV, practice interviews, search for jobs and complete job or benefit applications.

We may be able to speak on your behalf by being an advocate, if appropriate.

2 Contact your local Careers Adviser

For further information, or to make a referral, please get in touch with your area contact:

Adur and Worthing District

Fishersgate, Southwick, Shoreham and Portslade postcodes BN41, BN42, BN43 and BN14

Lancing postcodes BN15 and BN14

Worthing postcodes BN11, BN12 and BN13

Arun District

Angmering, Arundel, BN18

Bognor Regis and PO postcodes

Contact 1

Contact 2

East Preston, Angmering and Rustington, Littlehampton. Postcodes BN17 and BN16

Chichester District

Contact 1

Contact 2

Crawley District

Contact 1

Contact 2

Horsham District

Horsham (RH13 and rural Horsham postcodes)

Horsham postcode RH12

Mid Sussex District

Burgess Hill, East Grinstead and Haywards Heath District

3 Updating us

The Careers Team are required to check what all school and college leavers aged 16-25 are now doing for education, employment or training.

We may call, text or write to you to obtain this information, but you can tell us anytime by completing the online form below.

You can also complete the form to update us if you have had a change to your education, employment or training placement since we last heard from you.

Your future - Where are you now? (external link)

4 Further information

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Last updated:
17 February 2022
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