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Careers guidance

Resources to help you plan your career.

1 Overview

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

  • live in West Sussex
  • are aged 16-24 and are not in employment, education or training (over 16 hours a week)
  • are not receiving support already from a Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) work coach.

If you, or someone you know, or are working with, could benefit from careers support, please refer via the Careers Team referral form.

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
  • 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:

West Sussex Careers Advice Team

Horsham (Rural)

Horsham (Town)

Crawley

Contact 1

Contact 2

Littlehampton, Angmering, Arundel, Ferring and Rustington

Bognor Regis

Contact 1

Contact 2

Mid Sussex

Chichester

Contact 1

Contact 2

Adur, Shoreham and Lancing

Worthing (BN13, BN14)

Team leaders

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

Other sites that might be useful

For detailed information on how to take your first steps on your chosen career view the National Careers Service website.

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Last updated:
19 April 2024
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