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Support for job seekers
If you’re looking for work and live in Hammersmith & Fulham, WorkZone could help. WorkZone are dedicated to supporting all our residents to access opportunities.
What do we do?
- One-to-one advice and guidance towards finding work
- Connect residents to jobs and apprenticeships within H&F and across London
- Help you access work experience
- Interview tips and practice
- CVs and cover letters support / advice and guidance
- Support to access training and skills to prepare you for employment or change your career
- Access to specialist support if you have housing needs, health related needs or other barriers which are stopping you from gaining employment. We can refer you to our partner organisations if you need bespoke support
Who can we help?
We can help you if you are:
- A Hammersmith & Fulham resident
- Aged 16 or over
- Have the right to work in the UK
To make an appointment please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Other organisations that can help
The National Careers Service can provide information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work.
If you have been considering a career in the built environment, Hammersmith & Fulham is working on regeneration projects across the borough and creating jobs for residents.
Work, earn, learn and progress in a career in construction management, civil engineering and construction trades. H&F, in partnership with developers and training providers, are combining accredited training with local jobs.
To explore and start a career in the built environment, you can find opportunities through an apprenticeship, accredited training combined with work experience, or higher education courses.
For support and advice in starting and applying for a career in the built environment or with a specific vacancy, contact WorkZone.
Careers advice and support for students, parents and carers and schools
WorkZone can provide information, advice and guidance to residents in secondary education, schools leavers, parents and carers and schools regarding the below pathways:
- Supported Internships
- Work experience
Please email email@example.com to book an appointment to discuss any of the above.
Help from GOV.UK
- Further education courses and funding - GOV.UK
- Traineeships - GOV.UK
- Find an internship - GOV.UK
- Find an apprenticeship - GOV.UK
- Work and careers: Government graduate schemes - detailed information - GOV.UK
- Let me Play (insert particular programmes)
- Spark Education
- Construction Youth Trust
We are sorry, our advice centres in Uxbridge Road and Avonmore library are only offering face-to-face appointments for clients needing debt advice. Please see www.cahf.org.uk for ways to access Citizens Advice services
The Advice Centre
338 Uxbridge Road, London W12 7LL
We offer a range of services for borough residents looking for work as well as advice services provided by Hammersmith & Fulham Citizens Advice.
We are open every weekday from 10am to 5pm for general information and advice. Please call for an appointment: 020 7385 1322
Hammersmith & Fulham Citizens Advice
For general advice services, including debt and welfare benefits advice.
Avonmore Library and Neighbourhood Centre, 7 North End Road, West Kensington, London W14 8TG.
- For any new problem (except debt): 0300 330 1162 (10am-4pm)
- For new enquiries about debt only 0800 808 5810 (10am to 5pm)
- If you are already being helped with a problem and you wish to contact your advisor: 020 7386 9068 (10am-3pm)
Disabled access at Hammersmith & Fulham Citizens Advice
The centre has:
- street level access, with level access throughout the ground floor
- full wheelchair toilet facilities
- an induction loop at reception
St Paul’s Money Advice Centre
If you have a debt with Hammersmith & Fulham Council such as council tax arrears or housing benefit overpayments, contact:
020 8746 5265
St Paul’s Money Advice Centre
Queen Caroline Street