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Useful Job Search Sites

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The below list links to the most useful job search websites for job seekers.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 05 December 2013 15:35 )

Information, Advice and Guidance

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We have a team of very committed and skilled advisers that can offer free and impartial, Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG) regarding career progression to both unemployed and employed customers.

Part of the benefit of such a service would be useful to anyone who needs advice or guidance with any type of course, training or career advise in the field they are interested in. We can help you understand what the different courses involve and how the training can benefit you. This could be beneficial to people who are currently unemployed and are considering moving into a new career area, or for anyone who wants to update their skills in order to progress in the career area that they are currently in. As well as this we can help you with things such as finding providers that offer the training you require and answer any other queries that you may have.

This service has helped clients who have been unemployed for a long time and have been struggling to find employment on their own. We have helped them find and complete the training that they require, and have then given them the support that they need to successfully find and secure employment. Please see our good news stories for further details of how having an IAG has helped our clients to do exactly this.

If you are interested, or would like further information, then please feel free to contact us and book an appointment to see one of our advisers.


What Does The National Careers Service Offer?

The National Careers Service offers careers and skills advice to fit your individual needs.

We can help you to:

  • Find learning and training that is right for you.
  • Understand the local job market.
  • Find out about funding to support your learning.
  • Develop your CV.
  • Improve interview and presentation skills.
  • Progress in your current job.
  • Register with the National Careers Service.

The National Careers Service also provides a language line service. More information can be found about this by clicking here.



Below are comments from some our clients about their experience and the IAG service they received from us...

"The team who delivered their service here (The Foyer) were brilliant, my customers received a professional service and decided signed up to training courses and are all looking forward to learning new skills. I hope we have a brilliant professional partnership encouraging young people to gain new qualifications. "

"Very helpful, looking out for my best interests"

"Very informative staff and excellent customer service skills"

"Professional and very helpful"

"I found the course very constructive and the staff are very helpful"

"So glad that I met you and came here"


Last Updated ( Thursday, 30 October 2014 08:48 )

Job Seeking Support

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Apart from being able to offer a range of training to our clients, our staff can also offer a range of support for the unemployed in their search to find employment, as outlined below:

  • CV support: We can help you to update your CV, or if you do not have one we can help you to create a professional looking CV.
    There is also an online CV builder that can be found at the National Careers Website by clicking here.
  • Job Search Support: We can help you to search and apply for the latest jobs in the areas you wish to work in. This can include helping you to fill in application forms and applying for jobs via the internet.
  • Jobs Board: We have a jobs board, which is updated weekly with the latest job vacancies. We also produce job flyers of the latest jobs which can be found throughout the site as well as on the jobs board.
Last Updated ( Thursday, 14 June 2012 15:57 )

Free Training Available

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Individuals can qualify for free and funded training under the government funding training initiatives and other sources of funding.

The aim is to re-train anyone unemployed to aid them to getting back into work, either in the same field, or training to potentially work in a new field.

If you are interested and would like to see if you can qualify for free training, then please contact us to book an appointment with one of our advisors.

The courses that we currently offer can be found in our courses section.

The current availability of courses change over time. Feel free to contact us to make any enquires if a course that you are interested in does not appear on the website to see if we plan to offer it.

Last Updated ( Sunday, 16 January 2011 22:17 )

About us

Phoenix Training Services has been in operation since 1994, offering free and funded training through Government training initiatives.
As well as providing funded training Phoenix operates a large commercial training base with many key local businesses.
Whatever your training requirement is Phoenix can meet it.
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