Help to get into Employment/Training

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Employment Training

Help with finding work; You can get help to gain new skills, find a job or stay in work from a range of organisations, including Job Centres, careers services and voluntary organisations.

Link to Search Results for Employment/Training

Jobs and Benefits Offices and Job Centres

Jobs and Benefits Offices and Job Centres provide advice and information on all aspects of training, finding a job and employment support to help people stay in work.  Services include employability and work preparation programmes for unemployed people and those with health conditions or disabilities. Programmes include Apprenticeships, Bridge to Employment pre-employment training and Steps 2 Success which is a tailored programme to build skills and meet your needs to help you into work. The offices also administer a range of benefits and financial supports.

The Careers Service & Job Searching 

The Department for the Economy’s Careers Service provides an impartial careers advice and guidance service, throughout Northern Ireland, to help people of all ages make choices about their careers.

This service is available to everyone whether they are employed, unemployed, in training or in education, including students in schools and further and higher education.

Find your nearest Careers Office

To speak to a professionally qualified adviser phone 0300 200 7820 or a webchat service is available 

JobCentreOnline is Northern Ireland's public Employment Service, containing current vacancies in NI and 32 European countries. The site also has details of work-related benefits.

Interested in a Career in the Health Service?

We would advise you to contact some of the organisations directly listed on this website - or you could try which is the official website for Health Service Jobs.

Need Volunteer Experience ?

We would advise you to contact the Volunteer Co-ordinator in your local Health and Social Care Trust  (if you are unsure which Trust area please check attached map)

or who arrange volunteer placements throughout Northern Ireland

Volunteer Now’s Youth Team can help you to develop appropriate roles, promote opportunities and provide training to support your work.

Millennium Volunteers also recognises the sustained volunteering commitment of young people through providing 50, 100 and 200 hour certificates.

The programme is a great way to recognise and celebrate your volunteers and encourage their commitment to your organisation.

To find out more email or ring 028 9023 2020


Maternity Action  0808 802 0029 provides online information and telephone advice on maternity and parental rights at work, maternity pay, benefits and breastfeeding rights. 

Related Documents

Health and Social Care Trust Areas

Community Family Support Programme

Last Updated: 25/02/2019