Employability Fund and National Third Sector Fund Learners can view COVID-19 FAQs below, offering advice, support and relevant contact information.

General FAQs

How do I contact my careers adviser?

Although your local careers centre is currently closed in line with the government COVID-19 advice, you can still get careers advice.

Careers advisers are available over the phone or online. If you want to speak to your school careers adviser, you can call your local centre and ask for them by name.

Call your local SDS team or visit myworldofwork.co.uk.

I am feeling anxious or stressed, where can I find support?

For resources and advice on looking after your mental well-being, please see Well-being Support.

You may also be experiencing personal issues such as bereavement, addiction or domestic abuse. You can find information on a wide range of topics, including the support available to you if you have been affected by any of the issues, at BBC Action Line.

How do I find out if my Employability Fund training is affected by the Coronavirus pandemic?

Your learning provider (e.g. college or training centre) will be able to advise you on any changes to the delivery of your training and academic study.

How do I find out if my National Third Sector Fund training is affected by the Coronavirus pandemic?

Your learning provider (e.g. college or training centre) will be able to advise you on any changes to the delivery of your training and academic study.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates

Visit our Coronavirus (COVID-19) support page for more information on the support and advice we can offer at this time.