Getting into work
Much of the focus of our work is to help Bristol residents become more able to support themselves through gaining new skills and building their confidence.
Our parent team; Employment, Skills & Learning is 100% focused on improving opportunities and training throughout Bristol.
Team site the main site provides an overview of the services we provide on behalf of Bristol City Council
Employment Support and the Ways2Work team support people looking for jobs and employers searching for those people. Our support team delivers events right across Bristol to bring people together and create new opportunities
Apprenticeships and the On Site Bristol team work with all ages but focus on providing opportunities for young people to access high quality apprenticeships both within the Council and with great employers working across the City.
Adult Learning offer a wide range of paid-for day, evening and weekend classes. Open to everyone who is keen to learn with courses delivered by skilled and experienced tutors.
City of Bristol College not just open to students, a good resource for learning and careers advice
N-Gaged training good broad range of free training to low income learners
Careerpilot focused on providing career pathways and details of local training providers. Careerpilot is focused on younger people but is also a great resource for finding local provision
Careers service the best generic online resource with help on CV’s, interview technique, local labour market info, job searching and networking as well as over 900 job profiles with in depth hints and tips on specific career development
Tommorows people providing free local NCS advice and guidance
Daily jobseeker – a useful daily blog with hints and tips on career development
Princes Trust – not just for young people Princes trust works with people up to 30yrs old developing confidence and skills