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If you are over 19
Our adult careers advisers will help you think about your career options, find out about training and education opportunities and identify other help you may need, including benefits, money for study and more.
- See the leaflet on our services for adults for details, including drop-in times(1.2MB PDF)
- We are partners in the National Careers Service, which is run by Careers Yorkshire and Humber – see both sites for more information and help.
If you are under 19 or you are aged 16 to 24 with special educational needs and/or disabilities
Our careers advisers can help you with your career and job search, including apprenticeships and training. They offer benefits advice and will support you to get other help you may need, especially if you find yourself in difficult circumstances.
Check out our careers centres guide to see the help our careers advisers offer in our Dewsbury, Halifax and Huddersfield centres (774kb PDF).
As well as offering advice and support, our advisers can help you find training if you live in the:
- Dewsbury, Batley and Cleckheaton area (93kb PDF) updated 22 May 2017
- Halifax, Todmorden and Calder Valley area (92kb PDF) updated 17 May 2017
- Huddersfield, Colne Valley and Holme Valley area (95kb PDF) updated 22 May 2017
- You can also search on the national government site for a traineeship
Not ready or not sure? Contact your nearest centre to find out about other training that could help you
Our Statement of Service a promise to all who use our services (93kb PDF)
You can drop-in and speak to an adviser Monday to Friday - see our services leaflet above for times, or you can arrange an appointment - see below for opening times.
Jemma talks to Ashley and Taneesa about their time on the training programme, what they enjoyed and how its helped them. And first the trainer Debbie, or read it (119kb PDF).
Need to contact us?
Your C&K Careers adviser can help and advise you – get in touch.
- Ring 01484 225500 and ask for your careers adviser by name or press '0' to speak to someone who can help
Get in touch with your nearest centre:
Page updated May 2017