Organisations who can support you in developing your career and finding a job
There are a range of organisations who can support you in developing your career and finding a job.
The following websites contain opportunities for a wide range of careers.
The following training organisations can support you in improving your career prospects.
Lambeth has a wide range of vocational providers that can assist you to access and progress in work. If you need further assistance to support either further training, vocational advice and guidance or just work advice generally, please contact adult connexions.
The following organisations provide both general advice and guidance to support people into work, training or can offer work experience or placements.
These organisations can also offer specialist advice and guidance for parents returning to work after periods of bringing up children or people who may need to support in managing health conditions.
Refugee and asylum seekers
If you are a refugee or an asylum seeker you can get advice from the following:
Job seeker with disabilities
If you are disabled the following organisations can help you find work.
The Lambeth Families Information Service provides information about childcare in Lambeth.
There are currently 26 children centres which bring together a range of services for children under five and their families. Services include childcare, learning and development for children from birth to five, family support services, health and advice about employment.
Lambeth Council's advice and benefits pages provides useful information to help you deal with many of the issues that we face in everyday life e.g. council tax benefit, housing benefits.
A wide range of benefits are available to those on low incomes, job seekers allowance and other work related benefits. These pages give advice and information to help make sure you receive the benefits that you are entitled to.
The Department of Works and Pension and Jobcentre Plus provide unemployment and sickness benefits. The links will enable you to investigate further.
Citizen Advice Bureau can provide impartial advice on benefits and in work benefits.
Sometimes families find it difficult to cope. Perhaps you are having difficulties with one or more of your children.
Children, young people and families provide information services for children and families.