Advice on learning and work

  • Are you looking for a job?

  • Do you need help with getting into training?

  • Do you need help with CV writing?

  • Do you need help with Interview skills?

  • Do you need Information on current ESOL classes?

  • Could you benefit from expert careers advice?

  • Do you need help with applications?

  • Are you looking for information on voluntary work?

Next Step is a service designed to promote the value of learning and work to adults over the age of 20 through the provision of free, high quality information and advice.

There is a particular focus on helping people who are yet to achieve a full level 2 qualification. These services are designed to help people if they need to improve their job prospects or skills, get a qualification or just make the most of their job.

To make an appointment contact Shahnaz Mahmood or Steve Booth at the Pakistan Advice Centre, every Tuesday between 1pm and 4pm.

Telephone: 0114 261 9130


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